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Toyohiko Kagawa (賀川 豊彦, Kagawa Toyohiko, 10 July 1888 – 23 April 1960) was a Japanese Christian pacifist, Christian reformer, and labour activist. His vocation to help the poor led him to live among them. He established schools, hospitals, and churches.
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When Toyohiko Kagawa visited America for a preaching tour in the 1930s, hundreds of thousands of people went to hear him speak. He would speak in multiple venues each day, while newspapers covered.
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Kagawa, Toyohiko (1888-1960). Japanese evangelist and social movement leader In 1921 Kagawa organized the Friends of Jesus. This Franciscan-like band of young people strove for spiritual discipline, compassion for the poor, and an evangelical life of witness. Japanese evangelist and social movement leader. Kagawa was born in Kobe to Kame and Junichi Kagawa. In lonely years following the death of his parents at age four, he met Harry W. Myers and Charles A. Logan, missionaries of the (Southern) Presbyterian Church, . and was baptized by Myers on February 14, 1904, at the Tokushima church. In 1921 Kagawa organized the Friends of Jesus. When Tokyo suffered a massive earthquake in 1923, he shifted the main emphasis of his work to that city.