A3 actually has four classifications of alumni:
1. Leader Development Alumni
There is a growing number of leaders who have graduated from the A3 Leader Development program across Asia. For example, in Japan, where the program initially began, there are more than 500 graduates who have pastored 11% of the believers there. Check out testimonies from leader development alumni and current participants...
2. Faculty Alumni
We also have been privileged to have more than 100 faculty members serve in Asia. See a small sampling of the faculty members who have taught A3 leadership development sessions. See the diverse curriculum that our faculty members integrate into the leader development sessions.
3. Missionary Alumni
In partnership with hundreds of churches across North America, A3 has mobilized and trained nearly 3,000 missionaries for service in Japan. The vast majority of these workers were summer and one year missionaries. These alumni are now in all walks of life and scattered across the globe. The evidence of our fruitful work is seen not only in Japan, but also in the people who have served with us over the past three-and-a-half decades. We are privileged to call them our alumni.
4. U.S. Office Alumni
In addition, there are nearly 100 people who have served in various ministry support roles in our U.S. headquarters in southern California over the last 45 years. In essence, these are people who have kept the ministry in Japan and across Asia running smoothly, so that missionaries could "do their thing."
We really want to stay in touch with you, our alumni, to keep you informed about the work in Asia, and also to find out what's happening in your lives. So please update your contact information whenever it changes by submitting our online Alumni Update form. Be sure to follow us on the social media sites listed below...
Ways to Stay Involved
- Go back to Japan [options]
- Join the A3 Alumni group on Facebook; see what A3 and other alumni are doing.
- "Like" A3 on our Facebook fan page
- Follow A3 on Twitter (@AsianAccess)
- follow the growing list of A3 alumni (@AsianAccess/a2-alumni)
- Follow go_2_japan on Twitter (@go_2_japan)
NOTE: If you're an A3 alumnus on Twitter, be sure to write us at either Twitter account, so we can follow you and add you to the a2-alumni list.