We're the Davison family.
We are part of a team of artists and church planters in central Tokyo.
"The Church needs artists because without art we cannot reach the world....When you listen to great music, you can’t believe life is meaningless. Your heart knows what your mind is denying."
The Davisons are musical artists using their gifts in music performance, audio production, and ethnomusicology to support church planting in Tokyo, Japan. Jonas (B.M. UNC School of the Arts, M.A.B.S. Reformed Theological Seminary) is a flutist and producer, and Christina (B.M. Furman University, M.M. UNC Chapel Hill) is a singer, violinist, and composer. Jonas also frequently writes and speaks on the arts and theology.
Through Jonas’s military service with the U.S. Army bands, the Davisons spent three and a half years living in Tokyo, and began to using their nights and weekends moonlighting with the MTW teams in the area (2012–2016). God used that time to call them into missions, along with their three kiddos.
The Davisons are part of Community Arts Tokyo, a team of artists, professionals, and Japanese nationals assisting church planting through outreach, discipleship, worship, and disaster relief. They are also part of the MAKE Collective, a global network of missionary artists within Mission to the World.
These are some of the worship songs and resources produced by Community Arts Tokyo.
We send out updates via email every month-ish