Archive for August, 2008

Group Life Conference on October 16-18

Passing along this email from Dave Treat about an upcoming conference for churches with small groups, which will have live Korean translation. Get discounted registration before September 9th. Scroll down to listen/ download a free audio from last year’s workshop about small groups in Asian American culture. Here’s the invitation:: [You’re invited to] the 2008 […]

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Confucianism’s influence on Asian American Christianity

Andrew Hong put together these observations about aspects of Confucianism and possible implications for Chinese churches. Confucianism may also be influential on Korean and Japanese cultures and their respective churches as well. If you want to read more about Confucianism, you can access translations of the Analects of Confucius yourself here. The Analects is a […]

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projected Asian American population in 2050

CNN’s “Minorities expected to be majority in 2050” reports on highlights from the U.S. Census report released last week: The Asian-American population is expected to increase from 15.5 million to 40.6 million, or from 5.1 percent to 9.2 percent of the population. … The United States is projected to reach the 400 million population milestone […]

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future of an intergenerational ethnic Asian Church

This article from Chinese Christian Church in Franklin finds unity in diversity describes the forward thinking of this Chinese church that isn’t all that common among intergenerational ethnic Asian churches: Celia and David Liu of Montgomery attend the 10 a.m. Cantonese service on Sundays at the township’s 250-member Chinese Christian Church, but their grown […]

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interracial marriages and churches

This Asians in America post titled “Culture: Still a Deciding Factor for Dating?” prompted a question for me — how will the increasing number of interracial marriages affect the Asian American church? With interracial relationships on the rise in the United States, the subject of interracial dating within the Asian or South Asian community is […]

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