Archive for April, 2010

The Unadjusted Gospel and the Asian American Church

A few weeks ago, at a pre-conference titled Asian Americans Building Healthy Churches, Dr. Jeffrey Jue (Westminster Theological Seminary) presented a talk, “The Unadjusted Gospel and the Asian American Church.” Listen to the audio of the talk (~ 40 mins): [Audio clip: view full post to listen] In Dr. Jue’s talk, he evaluated perspectives of […]

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Workshop on Asian American Preaching

The Art of Preaching in Asian American Settings is a free workshop for pastors and seminarians hosted by the Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity, Northern California. The workshop will be held on Thursday, May 13th at Chinese Church in Christ, North Valley (Milpitas, California). The workshop features Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Wong, […]

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Why Chinese churches grow

These excerpts from a 2008 report on Chinese churches in the San Francisco Bay area provides some reasons for why Chinese churches grow: … Dr. James Chuck, Director of the Bay Area Chinese Churches Research Project and Senior Consultant for ISAAC … described the growth of the number of Chinese congregations in the Bay Area, […]

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