intentionally raising up the next generation

January 6, 2008

[I haven’t yet figured out how to blog by cell phone, so this is being posted in retrospect]

[Was] Here at a camp site call Trinity Pines near Houston. I was honored and privileged to be invited to present a workshop on being a witness to culture at this tri-ennial RENDER conference.

This event is specifically designed to help young adults explore and discern their calling to vocational ministry. There are 32 in attendance, with 12 mentors. This is a very healthy and helpful ratio, and fits with the feedback we’ve heard time and time again from next generation Asians, that they would like to have role models and mentors. I know of no other event like this anywhere for next gen Asian Americans. Most if not all are from Texas (mostly Dallas, Houston, Austin).

Very grateful to be here on behalf of L2 Foundation. I’ll post my presentation along with the recorded audio here later this week.

[update] Listen to the Render keynotes and panel discussions online. The 2 forums and Q&A session are particularly insightful.

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