Archive for June, 2007

conferences about multiethnic churches

As we’ve talked with churches led by next generation Asians, a growing number have a broader multi-ethnic vision to reach all peoples in their community (and by inference, the world). There are now a few conferences that aim to inspire and equip church leaders to turn that kind of vision into reality by sharing principles, […]

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2002 Q&A session with Pastor Ken Fong

Pastor Ken Fong (Evergreen LA) spent almost an hour with a group gathered at L2 Foundation‘s 2002 Leadership Forum in Monterey, California. (This was an improvised leaders gathering for about 20 Asian American ministry leaders from the San Francisco Bay area.) We had this interactive Q&A session recorded on video, and you can glean some […]

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results and outcomes show progress towards a mission

This Found+Read article, Outcomes vs. Activity: Why everything a founder does must be a means to a specific end, has keen insights how results (really should) matter to any organization [ht: Terry Storch] :: Some people choose wisely and focus on high-impact activities that truly move the needle. Others, however, work the same number of […]

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legacy of Johnathan Sim

L2 Foundation has a vision to develop leadership & legacy for Asian Americans. Legacy simply means leaving something behind. To read of this man’s legacy was particularly touching, because it came as a shocking surprise to so many. I had an opportunity to meet with Johnathan Sim several years ago in New York City, and […]

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needs of 1.5 generation Korean Asian Americans

This article, “‘Nightmare of Nightmares’: Virginia Tech’s Korean Christians wrestle with the aftermath of a massacre.“, provides a recap of the April 2007 Virginia Tech tragedy, but also gives some helpful statistics and insights into the subcultural context of the “1.5 generation” Korean American, which has many similarities to other “1.5 generation” Asian Americans as […]

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The Challenge of Multiculturalism for the American Church

This paper titled The Challenge of Multiculturalism for the American Church provides a still timely call for the American church, even though it was published about a decade ago (the paper was written by Dr. Malcolm Webber): Parochialism means “viewing the world solely through one’s own eyes and perspective. A person with a parochial perspective […]

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