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interview with Joyce Pan

During Urbana 09 , I (DJ Chuang) interviewed Joyce Pan, a campus ministry staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, about becoming a woman leader.
In this video interview, Joyce covers key issues like finding a voice, mentorship, and following God:

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interview with Alan Sun about pioneering

During Urbana 09 , I (DJ Chuang) interviewed Alan Sun, a campus ministry staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, about starting a new ministry at Mesa Community College in San Diego.
In this video interview, Alan talks about being an Asian American of East Asian descent ministering & relating cross-culturally with Southeast Asians and South Asians on […]

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interview with Sara Wolfgram about campus ministry

During Urbana 09 in St. Louis a month ago, I (DJ Chuang) interviewed Sara Wolfgram, a campus ministry staff with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. She ministers on the campus of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. In this video interview, Sara shares about becoming a woman Christian ministry leader, the unique aspects of working with Asian […]

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seminary scholarship funds

For those seeking funding help for theological graduate school and seminary education, here is a list of seminary scholarship funds that I have found (each may have specific qualifications):

The Seminary Scholarship Fund Committee — Support Seminarians preparing for full-time Christian ministry amongst the Chinese in China and Asia/Pacific.
Korean-American Scholarship, Global Mission Church, Scholarship Committee, […]

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70% of high schoolers quit church

Some leaders in ethnic Asian American churches have voiced concern over the attrition rate of 2nd generation Asian Americans; there’s this sense that a large percentage of active youth group members stop going to church during their college years. This perspective of what’s happening among their counterparts in mainstream America may be informative. Leadership Journal […]

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church renovating to serve its community

Vox Veniae, a church in Austin, Texas, that’s been described as “Asian fusion”, is featured in this Daily Texan (college newspaper of UT Austin) article, A vision for the future: Church revamps former club ::
Vox Veniae, an Austin church, signed a five-year lease for the East Austin property in November. Since then, volunteers have gathered […]

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more on campus fellowships

In a recent issue of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, this feature article Asianisation of Campus Fellowships,
Asian American college students are often stereotyped as immersed in math clubs or networking groups for future engineers or doctors. However, the campus groups that Asians most commonly join are actually Christian fellowships, educators say. In fact, Asian membership […]

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Minorities are flocking to multi-ethnic campus groups for Christian fellowship

The Baptist Standard posts this article “Minorities are flocking to multi-ethnic campus groups for Christian fellowship” from the Associated Baptist Press::
Anglo students continue to primarily populate college evangelical organizations, but ethnic minority students have started to join them in increasing numbers.
Two of the nation’s largest parachurch campus evangelical organizations, Campus Crusade for Christ and InterVarsity […]

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needs of 1.5 generation Korean Asian Americans

This article, “‘Nightmare of Nightmares’: Virginia Tech’s Korean Christians wrestle with the aftermath of a massacre.“, provides a recap of the April 2007 Virginia Tech tragedy, but also gives some helpful statistics and insights into the subcultural context of the “1.5 generation” Korean American, which has many similarities to other “1.5 generation” Asian Americans as […]

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growing Asian American university ministries

San Francisco Chronicle featured this article about UC BERKELEY, “Evangelicals build flock on campus: At Cal, Christian groups find eager adherents among Asian American students” [ht: Peter Ong] –
… They weren’t celebrating their culture, though. They were celebrating Christ.
… Asian Americans dominate evangelical Christian groups at UC Berkeley, far outstripping their share of enrollment, even […]

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