Kevin Doi talks about Epic Church

December 1, 2011

Churches, Cultures, and Leadership has put together some very valuable stories and narratives of ethnic churches in the United States. This is a project by 2 professors at Fuller Theological Seminary, Mark Lau Branson and Juan F. Martínez.

In this series of video clips with Pastor Kevin Doi, he talks about Epic Church’s pilgrimage from being planted by a Japanese American church to recent years as they settled into a location in Fullerton, California and became engaged in the diversity of that context. This raises all kinds of issues, some of which are listed below –

1. Location, Diversity, and Meals
2. Inclusion, Exclusion, Power
3. Preaching, Feelings, Connections
4. Power Distance Ratios

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