Archive for September, 2007

revitalizing Asian American churches

Thanks to the AALC 2008 planning team for hosting the gathering of Asian American church and ministry leaders, and the kind invitation for me to present. The title of my presentation was “Revitalizing Asian American Churches for New Generations”. I painted a big picture with statistics about Asian Americans in the United States, and shared […]

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forming Chinese Churches for immigrants

Found this article, The Chinese-Church Phenomenon: Cultural Reasons for the Adoption of Christianity by Chinese Immigrants, but not sure who wrote it or what proper attribution to ascribe: Abstract: This article is meant to examine the cultural and sociological reasons behind the recent wave of conversions to Christianity among Chinese immigrants and the subsequent growth […]

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Minorities are flocking to multi-ethnic campus groups for Christian fellowship

The Baptist Standard posts this article “Minorities are flocking to multi-ethnic campus groups for Christian fellowship” from the Associated Baptist Press:: Anglo students continue to primarily populate college evangelical organizations, but ethnic minority students have started to join them in increasing numbers. Two of the nation’s largest parachurch campus evangelical organizations, Campus Crusade for Christ […]

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