September 2, 2008
Just got word of this one-day event for Asian American women on Saturday, October 18th:
More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women Sharing the Journey
Date & Time: Saturday, October 18, 2008 from 09:30 AM – 04:00 PM (PT)
Location: Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA
More than Serving Tea is a one day gathering for Asian American women to be inspired, to encouraged, and empowered. This event will have four primary streams: Worship and Inspiration through a multi generational, interchurch praise team and a key note address by Kathy Khang. There will be Reflection and Interpersonal Sharing in small groups, a delicious lunch and an afternoon of Conversations of Hope. A variety of Focus Groups will cover topics such as Asian-American identity, leadership, spiritual growth, marriage, social justice, vocation/calling, service and more. We will conclude the day with a Ministry Time facilitated by women who are gifted and equipped in inner healing prayer, spiritual direction and counseling. Throughout the gathering ample space will be provided for reflection, prayer, conversation, and building relationships.
We are inviting women college age and up – singles, married, working, stay at home moms, retirees. We will have something for everyone!
About the speaker: Kathy Khang is the Multiethnic Ministries Director for the Great Lakes Region of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She is a graduate of Northwestern, a former journalist, and a mother of three. She is co-author of More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership, and Faith.
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