Archive for March, 2008

why God made you an Asian American

Russell Jeung (Associate Professor of Asian Studies at San Francisco State University) gave 4 talks at the first Asian American conference hosted by Bread of Life Church in Torrance, California, March 7-9. We recorded the first talk from Friday night. (Videos from all the talks may be made available later, but no guarantees.) With permission […]

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Religiosity in Asian America: Spiritual Vitality, Secularism, and Racialization

Sat in parts of the Symposium on Religion in Los Angeles, a 2-day event jointly hosted by Cal State University Los Angeles and Claremont School of Theology. Fascinating conversations and presentations that exemplified the growing interest in the sociology of religion, and most of the presentations explored the inter-relationship of religions and ethnicities. Russell Jeung, […]

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Talks on Asian American Religiosity and Christianity

Just got word of this lecture series from Russell Jeung, Associate Professor of Asian Studies at San Francisco State University. Via the Yahoo Group for Asian American Christians for Justice:: Hi all: If you’re in Los Angeles, I’m speaking at CSU LA and at Bread of Life Church in Torrance this week. You’re welcome to […]

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Published Books

L2 Foundation has published 2 books as resources for the Asian American community: Asian American Youth Ministry, (edited by DJ Chuang) compiles the practical insights from 12 accomplished youthworkers, who collectively have over 100 years of experience in Asian American youth ministry. The contributors share their perspectives and insights about the intergenerational church, student leadership, […]

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Resources

Welcome to L2 Foundation’s Resource Center — a large collection of links to articles, books, organizations, websites, and other resources to further the development of leadership & legacy for Asian Americans. (Over 300+ resources listed!) Please contact us to submit new resources that we should consider listing here. [nb: Links to external web sites and […]

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Past Events of L2 Foundation

L2 Foundation has hosted these past events for leaders and legacy makers : 2007 Asian American Wild Challenge – in partnership with Leadership Network 2005 Legacy Gathering (San Antonio, Texas) 2005 Youthworkers Forum 2004 Legacy Gathering (Vail, Colorado) 2004 Leaders Forum 2003 Legacy Gathering (Carlsbad, California) 2002 Theology Forum 2002 Leadership Forum 2001 Leadership Forum […]

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About L2 Foundation

L2 Foundation (“L-Squared”) is a private foundation that seeks to develop the leadership and legacy of Asian Americans by providing support and resources.

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