Who We Are
All Nations Fellowship

Our Identity

All Nations Fellowship (ANF) is a multilingual, multisite, Gospel-centered Christian church dedicated to serving the Greater Nagoya area for the blessing of Japan and all nations.

Our Vision

We long to see a movement of God’s Spirit that transforms Nagoya, Japan, and all nations for the glory of Christ.

Our Mission

To make disciples, equip leaders, and plant churches throughout Nagoya by proclaiming, teaching, and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Our Core Values

1) Gospel-centered – ANF believes that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the power of God for the salvation of all people. The Gospel is how Christians are born, and the Gospel is how Christians grow. We believe that all of our teaching and practice should be based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ found in the Bible.

2) Church Planting – ANF is committed to planting new churches throughout our region. We intentionally meet in multiple sites around the city, and our events are translated into multiple languages to serve the members of our communities.

3) The Nations – Although our local focus is on church planting in the greater Nagoya area, ANF wants to be a blessing beyond our own city. We look for ways to proclaim the Gospel in other parts of Japan and the world for the glory of Christ.

Leaders

Jeremy Sink (Nagakute Pastor/Elder)

Jeremy Sink became ANF’s lead pastor in January 2015. He and his wife, Gina, came to Japan from North Carolina in 2012 to serve on Mission to the World’s church planting team. Jeremy holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte (1995) and a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (2001). He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and served as a pastor and church planter in North Carolina for 12 years before God called their family to move to Japan. Jeremy and Gina have three sons: Joshua (16), Josiah (13), and Garrett (10). They expect to spend the rest of their lives serving God here in Nagoya.

From Jeremy: “we’re here to introduce people to the amazing grace and hope that can only found in jesus christ. we also want to see christians growing in their faith and new leaders being sent out to plant churches in other parts of nagoya. anf is strategic for all of those purposes. this is the kind of church where all kinds of people can feel welcome, and by god’s grace it’s the kind of church that could make a real difference in many people’s lives.”

Paul Kang (Elder)

Paul and Yu Kang are part of the missions team for Christ Bible Institute (CBI) in Nagoya. CBI is the parent organization of Christ Bible Seminary (CBS) which trains Christian leaders and pastors in Japan. Paul is an elder at ANF and also serves at CBI as chaplain and interpreter. Yu Kang is a native Japanese born in Nagoya and leads a ministry to young mothers and children. The Kang’s two children are Issac “Jesus is coming back” Soon Kang and Sara “We are saved by” Faith Kang. Please pray for the Kangs as they minister and serve in Nagoya.

“I believe that God could work his plan perfectly without our help if he wanted, but He gives us the privilege to participate freely and also with joy. The freedom and love god grants us exceeds our expectations. It is this freedom and grace that compels us to obedience. We can love and serve beyond imagination when we remember that we are loved and served beyond imagination through God and the Jesus christ through the Cross.”

Egchi family

Yu Eguchi (Downtown Pastor/Elder)

Yu Eguchi met with a missionary when he was 18 years old and through the missionary he went to Tucson, Arizona in 2005 and became a Christian.     In 2006, he opened a cafe called “ J-Lodge” to reach out college students in Hiratsuka city and experienced serving as a manager there for five years.

Asako went to the States to become a Yoga instructor and became a Christian in Irvine, California in 2010.   She is a qualified IFM counselor.

Yu and Asako met at Christ Bible Seminary in 2011. They were married in February of 2014, graduated in August. They currently live in Nagoya city with two kids (Ikoi and Yuto).

In May 2019, Yu is ordained as a pastor of ANF downtown campus.  

Brooks Cain (Elder)

Both Brooks and Riva grew up in Christian homes in the United States and neither can remember a day when they didn’t trust Jesus.

The Cains met in 2005, were married in 2007, and began serving together in youth ministry right away. They continued serving young people while they attended Covenant Theological Seminary together from 2008-2011. The Cains first visited Japan upon graduation, and God has been growing their love for the Japanese ever sense!

The Cains have a burning passion to reach Japanese young people and to support missionary families as they navigate life overseas. That is the reason they began attending ANF in 2013. They were delighted to accept the call to minister alongside the Eguchi’s in 2019.

Brooks is ordained as an elder in the Presbyterian Church in America, and Riva is a licensed professional counselor. God has blessed them with three beautiful and energetic children – Quinn, Marley, and John.

Hideyuki Kawai (Church planting apprentice)

When Hide was a sophomore in college he met Jesus Christ through CCC (Campus Crusade for Christ) and his life and values changed 180 degrees.  After three years of working in a Japanese business, with that experience he went out to study at Christ Bible Seminary.  After graduating in March of 2016, in the same year, Hide went to intern at Lighthouse Community Church in Los Angeles.  They he learned about Biblical Counseling and church planting.  Hide returned to Japan in July of 2017 and is now helping out with ANF as a Church Planting Apprentice.

Hide’s wife Yasuyo, trusted in Jesus Christ when she went to Ohio as a 2nd year hight school student after experiencing the love of the Christians there.

The two of them got married in 2012 and now has a 3 year old boy Shoma and a new born daughter.

They hope to use Biblical counseling and reach out to the area with hopes of raising up disciples of Christ.