Live talkcast with James Choung on 8/18

August 11, 2009

I’ll be hosting a talkcast with a very special guest, James Choung, next Tuesday 8/18, at 3:00pm Pacific / 6:00pm Eastern.

On the talkcast, we’ll be talking about how to develop leaders among the next generation of Asian Americans: the opportunities, the challenges, and their incredible potential. A talkcast is like a call-in talk show, and so much more — you can listen on the web, talk on the show, or type in the chat room! So we will have a very interactive time and we’ll be responding to your questions and comments during the talkcast.
James Choung
Dr. James Choung is national director of InterVarsity Asian American Ministries, and is a faculty associate at Bethel Seminary San Diego on missional leadership development and evangelism. He has also written True Story: A Christianity Worth Believing In and its companion booklet, Based on a True Story. James wrote his D. Min. dissertation on postmodern leadership development at Fuller Theological Seminary, received his M. Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and studied management science and marketing at MIT. He blogs at www.jameschoung.net.

The web page for the talkcast is www.talkshoe.com/tc/47956 where you can enter the chat room and listen via the website.

Or, you can dial in by phone at Phone Number: (724) 444-7444 and enter Call ID: 47956# . That’s next Tuesday, August 18th, at 3:00pm PT / 6:00pm ET. Talk to you then!

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August 12th, 2009

By the way, this talkcast does not require you to have internet. You may simply dial in by phone and listen in.

For those of you with a Facebook account, you may RSVP at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117184177349 and invite others.

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