Archive for May, 2007

training English-speaking Chinese leaders

Eugene Hor has been the pastor for English ministries at the Burwood Chinese Presbyterian Church in Sydney, Australia since 1999, involved in planting their evening congregation Burwood@Five, now known as GracePoint. I’d recently found his blog and website, and learned of his work with Rev. Ying Yee as members of the English Task Force of […]

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United States has more than 100 million minorities

from DiversityInc.com‘s New Census Data Proves Changing Demographics: People of Color Top 100M By Aysha Hussain and Barbara Frankel In 2000, corporate America had a wake-up call when the Census Bureau announced the rapid growth of the Latino population in the United States. The Census Bureau’s predictions of changing demographics are coming true and are […]

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growing Asian American university ministries

San Francisco Chronicle featured this article about UC BERKELEY, “Evangelicals build flock on campus: At Cal, Christian groups find eager adherents among Asian American students” [ht: Peter Ong] — … They weren’t celebrating their culture, though. They were celebrating Christ. … Asian Americans dominate evangelical Christian groups at UC Berkeley, far outstripping their share of […]

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developing next gen Korean UMC churches

A Task Force on Korean American Ministries was called for by General Conference of the United Methodist Church denomination. In their report from March/April 2000, their findings are consistent with what L2 Foundation has noticed among many ethnic Asian immigrant churches: A main concern among both laypeople and clergy is that the traditional styles of […]

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connecting innovative Asian American churches

I’m so grateful to see how God takes my dreams and orchestrates it beyond my own limitations and far exceeded my own expectations! They must’ve been God’s dream to begin with. During the past 6 months since coming on board with Leadership Network (via a partnership with L2 Foundation), I’ve been researching churches all over […]

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Asian American women and cultural pressures

There are many factors that affect Asian Americans, both pressures from our Asian cultural heritage as well as being a minority in an American context. This CNN article, Push to achieve tied to suicide in Asian-American women, unpacks some of these pressures that push a few over the edge towards tragedy [ht: Eddie Byun]: Asian-American […]

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Southeast Asian Leaders gather on May 25 near DC

Just found out about this gathering next Friday, May 25, 7:00pm in Northern Virginia (metro Washington DC): If you are a Pastor, Youth Leader, Leader, emerging Leader, or have the heart to see the Asian community come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Savior… then SEAC (Southeast Asian Committee) would like to invite you […]

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philanthropic divides among Chinese Americans

From The New York Times, January 20th, 2007 — Class Divide in Chinese-Americans’ Charity :: These days, in an era of shrunken public dollars and booming philanthropy, as universities and museums showcase multimillion-dollar gifts by Chinese-Americans, Ms. Kee worries about a different kind of disconnect: a divide between the explosive growth of Chinese-American wealth and […]

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urgency for the Asian American community

Angela J. Lee, a graduate student in English at Cal Poly at Pomona recently wrote this article The Yellow Debris of the Virginia Tech Shooting [pdf], published in KASTN 07-21, 5/23/2007, which notes the urgency for reaching and rebuilding the Asian American community and its role within American society: … So now, ten days later, […]

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English Ministry in a Chinese Church

It takes all kinds of churches to reach all kinds of people. In my research for Leadership Network and L2 Foundation (cf. Asian American Church Report), I’ve found different churches that are effectively reaching next generation (English-speaking) Asian Americans: intergenerational/ multilingual Asian churches, pan-Asian churches, multi-ethnic churches, and missional churches. Pastor Ken Carlson is English […]

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