New Life Christian Ministries Church in Fussa-City, Tokyo, Japan

New Life Christian Ministries Church in Fussa-City, Tokyo, Japan


Thank You Pastor Gadson;
Your continued faith and messages are a continued blessing...
Amen and Amen, Thank you and God's richest blessings over the lives and hearts of your families in Tokyo.... I love you all!
Good evening brethren and Church. ..

Is there any with a full sound system not using? If yes, send it to me. Or i am looking to buy a sound system of 10,000 rand which is about 750 USA dollars here in south Africa for evangelism. i am asking you to pattern with me in evangelism. Any contribution is welcome..

From missionary brother Mark ntanda
+27844602632/whats app
Thank You Pastor Gadson, your messages are always uplifting and centering on the truth of God's ever presence.... Blessings to you, your family and church family as God guides us into 2018, for HIS GLORY! Alena Marie
Amen and Amen... What a great message ... The Joy of the Lord never fails... In faith we continue to be filled to overflowing!
Blessings In HIM!
Alena Marie, back in Redding, Ca
Shalom, servant of God, maranatha Bible church international Liberia west Africa will like to have partnership with your ministry in the Lord, God richly bless you and your family.
to all mama,god bless

New Life Church is an outreach mission ministry located in Fussa-City, Tokyo, Japan. Our primary focus is dedicated to sharing and spreading the Word of God and bringing everyone into the knowledge of His love.

Please feel free to join our page and enjoy the many blessings we experience daily.


[12/28/19]   December 29, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Stir Up the Gifts”

“Therefore I remind you to stir up the gift of God which is in you…” 2 Timothy 1:6

As we get ready to move into a new year it is time that we learn to do well with what we get from God. That’s right – it’s time to stir up your gift!

Do you remember the time when you first came to the Lord? You were hungry for Him and for His presence. In those days you devoured scripture; you were present for biblical teaching, you were involved in your local church and assisted in ministry by serving in the church. But then something happened. What happened to you and the gift God gave you? Why aren’t you attending church regularly like the way you should?

“Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them…” Romans 12:6. God gave us gifts so that we might use them in the Church. But how exactly can we stir up the gift of God? To stir up your gift, you must first go to God’s Word and understand the importance of building up your faith--it is a gift from God (Ephesians 2:8).

Also, to stir up your gift is to immerse yourself in the Word. By doing this our minds are renewed and we become sensitive to the thoughts, plans, and direction of God. When our hearts and minds are full of God’s Word, the Holy Spirit can bring that Word back to our remembrance and equip us to share a word in season that may liberate, heal, or bring peace. So we must always be ready. In order to be ready we must make prayer a daily habit, in the same way we make reading and studying His Word a habit. Therefore we can pray in faith, believing that He hears and will answer us.

Finally, to stir up the gifts, you must use them. We must be bold and get out of the boat! It takes faith to step out and utilize your gift. As you believe and step out, God will meet you and help you. The more you use your gift, the more confident you will become in God’s provision and support. We must be bold in the spirit to go forward. It’s time to step out and stir up the gifts!

Pastor W.D.

[12/21/19]   December 22, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Living With Hope”

“… so that being justified by his grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life.” Titus 3:7

Life is hard for everyone, but it is much harder for some than it is for others during this holiday season. Putting our trust in Christ and accepting Him as our Savior does a lot to change that.

Nothing written in the Bible promises us a free pass merely because we are Christ’s followers. Yet we are encouraged to become the light of the world.

In fact, some of our wounds may not heal and some of our broken areas may not be corrected during our lifetime. They may even get worse. Yet all of our deformities and weaknesses are only temporary.

Anticipating what God has in store for us can put a smile in our hearts. Hope gives us poise and allows us to live with inner strength, because we know that one day we will be dramatically different from what we are now.

If you are in some way damaged by past abuse or feeling defeated by sin, or if you feel so inferior to others that you walk with your eyes to the ground, take heart in what God has in store for you. Live today with the courage God gives you. If you have a living hope in Christ, you can deal with your past because of your future. God’s glorious best for you lies up ahead. Merry Blessed Christ!

Pastor W.D.

[12/14/19]   December 15, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Comfort the Least”

“Wherefore comfort yourselves together, and edify one another, even as also ye do.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11

A command to comfort and edify one another has been lost amongst Godly people. Every day that I am privileged to live, I see more "discomfort" than "comfort".

We, even Christians, have developed a self-righteous, do what you want attitude and don't give a second thought about caring.

I think God would want us to reach out to not only our own loved ones, but He would be greatly pleased if we showed compassion to others too.

When was the last time you considered someone besides yourself? You eat alone, you walk alone, you care for only yourself and you buy only for yourself. We as Christians are called to love one another. We are expected to care about all people. Not only on one day of the year, but every day.

This verse causes us to remember that the power of the world is self-serving, but the power of God is always good. He does not expect us to spend, spend, spend to show that we care. He expects, in fact He commands us, to love, love, love one another unconditionally, as He loves us.

The greatest gift He has given us is love. It is unconditional love – where we give without expecting anything in return.

Pastor W.D.

[12/07/19]   December 8, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Trading Places”

“For in him we live, and move, and have our being…” Acts 17:28

Life with God is like "trading places" in the same space. For in Him we live and move and have things different as human beings.

We know how much God loves us because we feel His love, and because we believe Him when He tells us that He loves us dearly.

It’s a trade. You give God your pain and anger and He heals you and refills your heart with His purpose. You lay down your fear, and God fills your heart with faith. When you give God your sins, He gives you His love and purifies your heart. An exchange takes place.

When I go before the Lord in prayer, every part of me continues to be emptied out. Those parts filled with the heartaches, hurts, pain, grief, and agonies I experienced throughout my life.

Try trading the pain in your heart so God can refill your inner being with Himself. Allow your heart to be touched by the light of Jesus’ love. Afterwards you will receive an impartation having emptied yourself of the old ways and having received a new life. Remember that God is love (1 John 4:16) and great healing is within Him (Psalm 103:1-5).

Get up and praise the LORD, and tell yourself today, “I’m trading this old life for a better life with Christ!”

Pastor W.D.

[11/30/19]   December 1, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“The Word Blessed”

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” Matthew 5:9

We use the word blessed too easily. We all want to be under God’s blessing, but truthfully, a lot of times we're not. It’s not unusual to hear someone say, “I’ve been blessed by God”. Usually this is said after some success story, healing, family triumph, wealth, or a job.

But the word blessed is more than just a wonderful word. We as Christians use the word blessed and blessing a lot and most of the time we mean it. Still we don't know what it is that we really possess when we are truly blessed.

Blessed is a Christian word and is most definitely a spiritual word. Most of all the word "blessed" is a biblical word. Blessed simply means that God's spirit, Divine Will, His favor, His happiness, His Grace and His purpose are your earthly life’s covering. You don't need or want for anything when you're blessed!

People talk about "blessings" in their lives, but the nonbeliever has no idea what a real blessing is because only the child of God truly knows what it is to be blessed.

Do you think that you're blessed? Or do you know that you're blessed? If you know you're blessed--what are you doing with the blessing?

Pastor W.D.

[11/23/19]   November 24, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:


“Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.” (Deuteronomy 31:6)

How many of us have this spirit? You know what I mean? That inner whirlwind, gut-wrenching, confused state of being that takes over our hearts and minds from time to time. Anxiety will drive you crazy!

Most of us don’t know what to do with the situations we find ourselves in. We get stressed and the truth gets fuzzy. But no matter how difficult times may get in your life, you don't ever want to develop anxiety.

When anxiety gets you in a grip, it’s hard to avoid worrying about tomorrow. It’s difficult to adopt a Jeremiah 29:11 attitude. Sometimes it seems all we can do is shove our fears heavenward and hope God takes them away. Jesus is always the better way.

Overcoming anxiety means facing fear with truth, especially when we admit ultimate truths and pray for help to go from there. Pray for truth to rule your life in the name of Jesus Christ. It’s not always easy because we live in a world of lies. But through the power of God we can break the various chains of fear.

The Bible instructs us to "learn to do well". Learn to defeat the spirit of anxiety and the works of anxiety from the very early stages. When your head is clear and calm, your mind is free to hear God better. Jesus wants us to remain free and full of faith!

Pastor W.D.

[11/17/19]   November 17, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Don't Always Share”

When it comes to sharing things about yourself, don't think, learn to pray first. Even though the Lord knows everything, you should make it part of your daily diet to consult God about everything.

As Christians, we can't and shouldn't always share everything. The problem with sharing too much information is that it might hinder a person's walk with God. Feeling the need to invite people into your "share free" world could be dangerous, especially if the person is not mature. You sharing the deep parts of your heart’s problems could set a person backwards.

There are so many things going on in the world and in your life until sharing information might present more issues. Especially when it's complaining, moaning and groaning about all that is wrong. And when we feel it, we certainly share it, don’t we?

One thing about the Apostle Paul that I admire is that we never heard him talking about his rough life in the form of gossiping or complaining. He always left the disciples feeling blessed and encouraged. He left them looking forward with anticipation, not backward with anxiety.

Stop sharing what you've heard and let's start praying for direction in our trials. Look ahead, always ready with a word of reassurance, cheering someone up as he passes through the city of God. Learn to share the Good news of Jesus.

Pastor W.D.

[11/09/19]   November 10, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“May I Be Excused?”

“And he said unto another, Follow me. But he said, Lord, suffer me first to go and bury my father.” Luke 9:59

Excuses, Excuses, Excuses! Are you still making excuses not to follow Jesus all the way ‘up’? It seems that whenever Jesus calls a person to “Follow Me”, suddenly an excuse appears.

"Wait, just a minute Jesus…let me handle some important things first". You may not verbally say this, but your actions speak of your heart. There are so many things you want to do; however, you will never really get to do them in life.

Notice the first thing the man said, "Hey, can I take care of a family matter first?” You must know and be convinced that these and many other responsibilities that you might have, will all be taken care of as you choose to follow Jesus, first.

Does this mean you can't continue doing all the things you now do? Probably not! When you choose to follow Jesus it means that you've decided on a sacrificial living in many ways. This might not be true for all, but for most of you, you just need to "STOP" making up lies or excuses and learn how to prioritize your life better and handle responsibilities, and stop pushing Jesus to the sideline.

It's amazing how people don't make excuses when they need to do personal unneeded activities, but going to church and following Jesus is a time for excuses.

Deny your needs. Stop with the excuses and choose to experience the power of Jesus in your life. He's waiting for a follower and not a pretender!

Pastor W.D.

[11/02/19]   November 3, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“Why Nobody Likes You”

“The world cannot hate you; but me it hateth, because I testify of it, that the works thereof are evil.” John 7:7

It's clear that most people don't care if anyone likes them or not. But should we as Christians care if other people don't like us? I believe we shouldn't care so much until it causes us not to focus on the will and plans of the Lord for our lives.

Too often Christians get very depressed if people don't like them or want to be their friend. Don't feel disheartened, sick or embarrassed if no one likes you. Just keep loving God.

When you're the recipient of hate or dislike, don't feel sorry for yourself and throw a pity-party with your "inner child" feeling. Just because someone doesn’t like you, it doesn’t mean that you are to be blamed. It might not all be your fault, especially if you didn’t create the problem.

The truth is that no one likes being hated or disliked. But you have to realize, without being sensitive, that not everyone is going to like you- especially for being a Christian.

Pastor W.D.

[10/26/19]   October 27, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:

“I Can Out Talk You”

“The serpent asked the woman, 'Did God really say you must not eat… Of course we may...” Genesis 3:1-2

Some people think that they are good talkers and can out talk anyone. But keep in mind that Satan is a talker, and you'll never out talk him in the flesh. He knows the power of persuasion because he invented deception which is an incredible thing.

The trouble is that temptation is all about persuasion. But if Christ has already persuaded you, Satan can't make you do anything.

In our daily walk through life we are bombarded with news of disasters, crises, and destruction. Because of the Sin that is in the world it creates terrible circumstances for every person who walks the earth.

The solution is Jesus! He's the only one that can keep you from walking and talking with vain people. This is why as Christians we need to avoid fast talkers in the world whose mission is to simply divert us through lies and deception.

Every person needs to hear about Christ, about someone who came to place in our mouths heavenly conversations in the midst of a daily walk through life that seems bombarded with negativity. You are someone who can show others that Christ came to fill every heart with love, hope, happiness, and peace. But not only should you talk about this life, you must also live beyond your speech.

What great news you can bring to the world today?

Pastor W.D.

[10/19/19]   October 20, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:


“Keep me from the snares they have laid for me, and from the traps of the workers of iniquity.” Psalms 141:9

No one is exempt---we sometimes slip or stumble into a potential pitfall. Whether it's as a result of some type of incident or whatever the case might be, the fact is that sometimes things just happen.

It may not even have been your fault but somehow people always seem to lead you into a pit. If you're someone that's always stumbling into one pit or another you might want to reevaluate your life.

One of the pitfalls you may face as you fulfill your purpose in life is a temptation to take shortcuts. Without question, these shortcuts will only get you off track or keep you from the "Will" of God. The shortcuts may be moral, ethical, spiritual, financial, or may even have to do with your relationships. Whatever they are, they will distract you from what God wants you to do in your life, eventually eating up your time, energy, resources, and creativity.

Beware, shortcuts are always shortsighted. God wants you to stop being absorbed with the things right in front of you. Look up, and be alert to what is going on around Christ - that's where the action is!

Pastor W.D.

[10/12/19]   October 13, 2019

Pastor's weekly devotion ~ Please read and feel free to comment or ask a question, and our Pastor will respond accordingly:


“Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ,” Philippians 1:6

Despite the odds, and things against us, God always finishes what He starts even when we might consider throwing in the towel. Your fleshly or spiritual fight comes to strengthen your faith. Stop whining about past events and effortless opportunities. It’s really not about you—that’s why we’re encouraged to put our faith and hope in God. If you’re like me, you always finish what you started and you don’t quit.

We start projects all the time, get all excited about them, and then lose interest and not finish them properly. Am I talking to you? You’re not alone. People have unfinished ideas, dreams, books, songs, and unfinished buildings. Maybe it's a lack of resources or power, but more often than not, it's simply a lack of desire. God tells us in His Word to be confident in all things and never lose interest.

The imagination of God is a chosen imagination and attached to it is Godly success. God said, "I choose you to be My child--I have a plan for you and I need you to be confident and know that all things require faith, mixed with effort”. In fact God finishes everything He begins. He will finish the work He has begun in your life. Hebrews 12:2 tells us that He is "the author and finisher of our faith."

This work is not up to us to finish; it is up to God to finish. It is not for us to work out; it is for God to work out. There is our part, and there is God's part. He has given each of us a free will. We can sabotage our lives. We can make stupid decisions and do bad things, even as followers of Jesus Christ. Learn to stay in your lane and avoid the pain. God wants to do a work in you, but God is also looking for your cooperation.

Pastor W.D.

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