Archive for October, 2007

Church Planting to Reach Asian People Groups

According to the October 30th issue of The Tool Shed, the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention‘s newsletter for church planting partners, Asian people groups are the fastest growing ethnicity (percentage-wise) in North America and in Texas. The newsletter links over to Church Planting Village‘s introductory articles about church planting to reach Asians: Nearly 2,000 Baptist […]

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more on campus fellowships

In a recent issue of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, this feature article Asianisation of Campus Fellowships, Asian American college students are often stereotyped as immersed in math clubs or networking groups for future engineers or doctors. However, the campus groups that Asians most commonly join are actually Christian fellowships, educators say. In fact, Asian […]

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ministering to 2 very different generations

Wednesday Journal is a local newspaper for the Oak Park and River Forest communities in the Chicago, Illinois, suburbs. Their recent article, Speaking to the heart of very different generations, highlighted 4 models for ministering to the different generations within an immigrant ethnic church: What speaks to the hearts of immigrant congregations and their children […]

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Survey of English Pastors in Chinese Churches

This April 2007 survey, CCCOWE English Task Force Survey 2007: The Needs of English-Speaking Chinese Churches & Their Leaders, gives a broad sampling of insights based on 62 respondents from all over the world — 32 of those responses were from North America (13 from the USA – Southern California and New York, 19 from […]

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a Chinese church perspective

Pastor Paul Hong Cheng heads the only local Chinese church, formed four months ago in Vacaville. Vacaville is approximately 35 miles from Sacramento and 55 miles from San Francisco. Pastor Cheng shared this perspective about reaching the next generation and the future impact of China in this article, Breaking language barriers: Chinese church reaches out […]

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learn about grants next week

This is a free informational meeting to learn more about how to apply for a matching grant if your church (or you know of a church that) is doing a project in outreach, mentoring, or economic development. MUSTARD SEED FDN @ HARAMBEE (directions) THURSDAY, OCT. 25 @ 2:00PM The Mustard Seed Foundation will hold a […]

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conference call this Sunday

DJ Chuang (executive director of L2 Foundation) will be hosting a conversational talk-back (conference call) about my 9/26 presentation “Revitalizing Asian American Churches for New Generations“, courtesy of NextGenerAsianChurch.com. Mark your calendar for this Sunday, October 21st, 6-7pm Pacific / 9-10pm Eastern. Here’s the dial-in info: Phone Number: 724-444-7444 Talkcast ID: 60596 You can dial-in […]

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Korean church goes mainstream

OC Register staff writer Jaimee Lynn Fletcher reports on the new multi-ethnic church plant, Crossway Community Church, launched out from Sarang Community Church, reputed to be the largest Korean immigrant church in the nation. Korean church goes mainstream: Sarang Community Church starts services in Brea. A Korean-immigrant church is making a home in Brea to […]

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21 Strategies for Church Planting

NAMB’s Church Planting Village has this comprehensive look at 21 different strategies for church planting that can better inform the options available for churches and pastors to consider and to discern a best fit. There’s much to learn from those who’ve gone before us, so we really don’t have to figure out church planting all […]

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challenges in reaching the next-generation ethnics

In this NAMB Church Planting Update article titled “Evangelism and the Next-Generation Ethnics“, Kenneth C. Tan notes distinct challenges in reach the next generations: There is also the challenge of reaching the next generation. Whether we call them postmoderns, second generation ethnics, or the marginalized generation, these groups are bound by racial issues that have […]

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