Josiah and Jennifer Huber

Japan

Josiah, son of Project AmaZon founders Luke and Christine Huber, was born and raised on the mission field in Santarém, Brazil. At age 16, he traveled to the United States to complete school, during which time he met and married his wife, Jennifer, daughter of Joe and Kay Ringenberg, a family native to New Orleans, Louisiana. In 2005, the couple joined PAZ and moved back to Santarem to work in cell group ministry and church planting.

They spent 8 1/2 years serving the Lord in the city, and also planting and overseeing churches in the Tapajos River Basin. They adopted their daughter, Sofia, at just 2 days old in March of 2013. Later that year, the Lord called their family to join a team of missionaries moving to Japan to help implement the cell group and discipleship method in an international (bilingual) church, part of the church plant Josiah’s uncle, Tim Huber, began years ago.

Josiah, Jennifer and Sofia now live just outside of Tokyo, pastoring the Paz Church international service in downtown Tokyo, serving in cell groups, in discipleship, on the Paz Church worship team, and many other exciting projects to see Japan won for Jesus!

  • Location: Japan