Archive for June, 2008

Korean church launches a multiethnic church

This was spotted at ChristianDaily.com — Independent EM with Generous KM Support at First Korean Presbyterian Church of Maryland: Already changed into multiethnic ministry, set up board of elder : The First Korean Presbyterian Church of Maryland greeting its 35th anniversary the English Ministry was set up independently. The English Ministry that began in 1989 […]

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The Dragon Awakes at San Diego Asian American Leadership Conference

On April 4-5, 2008, a group of San Diego pastors and ministry leaders (mostly from the area’s InterVarsity chapters) hosted the San Diego Asian American Leadership Conference. What stood out about this conference for me was the level of creativity, contextualization, and going above-and-beyond to serve the attendees (and to bring glory to God). For […]

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KCCD Report: The State of Korean American Marriages

Korean Churches for Community Development (KCCD) recently announced key findings from its research in the “State of Korean American Marriages”. Nearly half (48.5%) admit that there is someone in their immediate family (parents, siblings, children, spouse) having serious marriage/family problems. This excerpt is taken from the press release, KCCD Announces Findings from its Research on […]

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Live chat on the State of Giving Tues 6/24 at 12 noon Eastern

Chronicles of Philanthropy is hosting a live chat discussion online tomorrow, Tuesday 6/24, at 12:00pm Eastern / 9:00am Pacific. This will be an interactive and informative time, especially for all of us who are involved in the non-profit world. Answering questions and comments will be 3 guests on the live discussion: Melissa S. Brown, the […]

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more research on Asian American Christianity needed

In February 2008, Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life published its U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, resulting in a number of headlines: U.S. religious landscape in flux: Poll finds Protestant churches in decline, unaffiliated ranks growing (MSNBC) U.S. Religious Identity Appears Very Slippery (WaPo) The New York Times starts its article, Americans Change Faiths at […]

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Chinese Americans showing more generosity in philanthropy

Encouraging to see this kind of a news about Chinese American philanthropy in this Los Angeles Times article, “Chinese immigrants increase philanthropy in their new homeland: The rising force of ethnic Chinese giving is most apparent in major gifts, but lesser bequests are also funding projects on many levels.” Giving by Chinese Americans is getting […]

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musings about Asian American ministry

PaLM’s Ekklesia ministry has a series of articles from John L. Ng‘s reflections and thoughts on doing pastoral work in New York City: A Diverse Asian Community as Context for Church Ministry Thinking Through The Identity Issue Among Asian-Americans Doing Pastoral Work In The Big Apple Globalization and Its Implication In Asian-American Church Ministry Envy, […]

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how to do English ministry in Chinese churches

While it may be exciting to see new kinds of churches launched to reach the next generation, there are also good activities in ethnic Asian churches that reaches (some of) the next generation too. 2 resources came to my attention recently: Pastor Kenneth P.Carlson (English Pastor at Chinese for Christ Church, Berkeley since 1994) had […]

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Emerging Story

Emerging Story – printmaking collage by Rachelle Woo Chuang

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leadership and legacy for Asian Americans

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