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To order DVDs in Japan email Sandy Gibbard at YWAM Japan at:

God's Fingerprints In Japan 1 & 2 (DVD)
Also including new Special Features: Japanese Taiko Drum and Gospel Choir Fusion Music Video and Documentary, and an Interview with Rev. Hiroshi Ikeda of Hongodai Christ Church.
God's Fingerprints In Japan 1 & 2 (DVD)

God's Fingerprints In Japan 1 (DVD)
2005 International Telly Award Winner!

Is there evidence of the Creator God in Japanese history and culture?

Is there a connection between the Tea ceremony and Communion?

Is it contradictory to be Japanese and a Follower of Jesus?

Find out in this groundbreaking documentary.

The film, “God’s Fingerprints in Japan,” is in DVD format that can be played on computers and DVD players in the United States and Japan. It contains English, Japanese, English with Japanese subtitles, and Japanese with English subtitles versions.

Because of agreements with the producers of the music used in the film, only Aloha Ke Akua Ministries is allowed to duplicate the film. We pay royalties for each DVD produced to some of the producers of the music used in the film. To duplicate this film without paying the royalties is stealing.

Our first production run has been paid for by donations. If you like the film, we ask that you pray about giving a donation to this project so that we can continue producing this film and future projects. We cannot do it alone! 

-Mahalo Nui Loa!

God's Fingerprints in Japan 2 (DVD)
2007 International Telly Award Winner!

This is the sequel to the Internationally award winning GOD'S FINGERPRINTS IN JAPAN which  has changed how we look at God and Christianity in Japan.

In this second edition we take a look at the difficulties that the Japanese people face today and how Christianity is beginning to be accepted as a way a way to find peace in life and as a way back to their ancient roots with their Creator God.

We also find out that there is evidence that Christian influences became embedded in Japanese culture at least 1000 years before western Christianity arrived. The Creator God has never left Japan and is waiting for His Japanese children to "come home" to Him.  

This is where hope and healing lie for the Japanese people as well as all of the people groups of the earth. Join us as we prepare to connect to our ancient roots through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

2005 Telly Award Winner!
2007 Telly Award Winner!
Religious Film Category
God's Fingerprints in Japan
1 & 2 (DVD)
English Version

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God's Fingerprints In Japan 1 & 2 (DVD Jacket)
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God's Fingerprints in Japan 1 & 2
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To order DVDs in Japan email Sandy Gibbard at YWAM Japan at:

God’s Fingerprints in Japan 1 & 2
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Follow Up Questions for...
"God’s Fingerprints in Japan"

English: >click here
(PDF - 89 KB - 2 Pages)
Japanese: >click here
(PDF - 237 KB - 3 Pages)

Follow Up Questions for "God's Fingerprints in Japan" - contributors:

Rev. Daniel Kikawa, B.S., Ph.M.
Rev. Junji Ono, S.T.M.
Rev. Herbert Hoefer, S.T.M., Ed.D.
Rev. Noriko Kussman, M.Div.
Rev. Curtis Rigsby, MAs in Philosophy, Theology, and TESOL, PhD candidate, EWC Fellow, Monbusho Fellow.
Naoko Rigsby
Rev. Toranosuke Ishibashi
Rev. Arimasa Kubo
Rev. Ken Tomita
Rev. John Trusdell
Rev. Ray Petzholt