Archive for November, 2007

converting night club into community center

3 media outlets reported on news of Vox Veniae, the Christian community led by pastors Gideon Tsang and Weylin Lee, leasing a former East Austin night club and converting it into a community center and worship gathering space. Club Where Sgt. Shot & Killed Suspect to Become Church (Fox 7 video); also, under sidebar “Related […]

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research from Willow Creek Church reveals insights

This article by Bob Burney is making its way around, A Shocking “Confession” from Willow Creek Community Church, excerpted below: Willow Creek has released the results of a multi-year study on the effectiveness of their programs and philosophy of ministry. The study’s findings are in a new book titled “Reveal: Where Are You?,” co-authored […]

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Society of Asian North American Christian Studies launched

The Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity (ISAAC) has announced the formation of the Society of Asian North American Christian Studies. SANACS seeks to provide a community for scholars who are interested in Asian North American Christianity. They are a part of a growing interest in the study of religion in Asian and […]

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where can second generation leaders go

Eugene Hor is a member of the CCCOWE English Task Force, and has served as an English pastor for the last 9 years at Burwood Chinese Presbyterian Church in Sydney, Australia, an intergenerational Chinese Church. Eugene recently stopped by here and left a detailed comment about his observations as an advocate of English ministry within […]

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pressure on Asian students success

This is an older blog post from blogger Jane Chin, but it sure got my attention: More than 50% of Cornell’s Student Suicide Victims are Asian American Out of 4,790 Cornell undergraduates surveyed in 2005, Asian-American/Asian students seriously considered or attempted suicide at higher-than-average rates. Also, 13 of the 21 Cornell student suicide victims since […]

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