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​Akito Kamo

Chair of the National Representative Committee
Junior, Kyushu University, Kyushu Region

KGK is truly unique environment in Japan, where the Christian population is small. In the KGK fellowship, students can gather together to read the Bible, pray, talk, play, and send each other out to their daily lives. Students are busy, but we are joyfully pray for each other and serve God and people.

Personally, I never even imagined that I would be so deeply involved with KGK as I am now. I was first introduced to a KGK meeting by a senior from my university, and I was happy to be warmly welcomed. From there, as I became more involved with KGK, my faith was strengthened and I continued to look up to God with my peers. KGK had become my home, and my time here has become precious to me.

Whether you are interested in Christianity and the Bible, looking for lifelong friends, or looking for believers of the same generation, KGK is ready to welcome you. Just one step. Why not take the first step and join KGK?

““In all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.””
(Proverbs 3:6, NIV)

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Shinya Yoshizawa

General Secretary
Yokohama National University ‘97, Kanto Region

‘Not that I want to become a believer but I do have an interest in Christianity’
‘My high school was a Christian school and I have a good impression of Christianity’
‘As part of studying culture and gaining general knowledge, I want to study the Bible at least once’
If so, why not come and to a KGK Bible study and read the Bible with fellow students?
KGK offers opportunities  for everyone to join to read the Bible. What a joy if then you were able to think , ‘perhaps this could be real’.
To all the students who are Christians, you are encouraged to come and join in the KGK fellowship. For those who had been attending church without conviction, or not reading the Bible very much, or if it’s the Christian music that you enjoy, or if you are keen to introduce Jesus Christ to your friends - please do come along to KGK. You are sure to make lifelong friends as I have.
‘God has led (sent) me to this university for His purposes’.

When you are convicted of this, your way of living will change.


“Remember your Creator in the days of your youth.” (Ecclesiastes 12:1, NIV)

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