The earliest generation of American missionaries came to Japan in the 1890s, but the dramatic events leading up to World War II caused them to leave the country. In fact, only one solitary female missionary, Sarah Andrews, elected to remain, and many thought she would perish in the conflict. But after the war, Andrews was found unharmed, and in time, other brave women and men joined her in Japan. If Your Enemy Hungers, Feed Him recounts the joys and struggles of all these early missionaries and the broader political context in which these events unfolded. Learn about their unlikely friendships and the legacy of faith they helped to establish through churches, schools, and ministry efforts among children. Learn also about local Japanese preachers and the impact that World War II had on Japanese Americans living in the United States.