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This week’s questions…

This week’s discussion questions on Asian American leadership, will tackle the context of both in the church and broadly, outside of the church, looking at some things that may hold back Asian American’s in their development.  Areas of identity issues, perhaps background from a shame and guilt mother culture, and sometimes a grace-less church has […]

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Part 2 on Prequel Questions on Developing New Asian American Leaders

Happy Memorial Day to everyone.
Here is Part 2 of the questions from last week’s posting on “Prequel Questions” on Developing New Asian American Leaders.  Are you like me that sometimes it’s good to step back from a challenging task and, instead of listing facts or known ideas, to start again by asking questions.  That’s what […]

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“Prequel Questions” on Developing New Asian American Leaders from the Austin Conversation on April 29th

It seems that prequels are quite popular nowadays, especially given a recent blockbuster movie that has everyone talking.
Recently, a Conversation on the State of Asian American Leadership was held in Austin (4/29/09), a partnership between the L2 Foundation and Vox Veniae.  We’re excited to say that in a few weeks, we’ll be posting the video […]

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Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management Scholarship

The Harvard Business School Asian American Alumni Association is sponsoring full tuition, board, room, and materials scholarship for a nonprofit organization executive director to attend the six-day Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management this upcoming July. This education program will guide nonprofit leaders as they explore proactive methods for mastering nonprofit leadership.
Applicants must be an executive […]

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How to transition into a multi-ethnic church? Ask anything.

To more effectively reach the next generation that’s growing up in an American society that’s more ethnically and racially diverse than ever, many churches are beginning to explore how an existing church that’s mostly homogeneous into one that’s multi-ethnic/ multi-cultural.I recently got this email from Art Lucero, and with his permission, I’m sharing it with you. Now, you (and your friends) can ask your burning questions about how to transition that kind of a transition:

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review of book on Evergreen LA

The Journal of American Ethnic History published Russell Jeung’s book review of Crossing the Ethnic Divide: The Multiethnic Church on a Mission by Kathleen Garces-Foley. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.)
Kathleen Garces-Foley’s excellent ethnography, Crossing the Ethnic Divide, recounts the transformation of Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles as a congregation seeking to become inclusively […]

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musings about Asian American ministry

PaLM’s Ekklesia ministry has a series of articles from John L. Ng’s reflections and thoughts on doing pastoral work in New York City:

A Diverse Asian Community as Context for Church Ministry
Thinking Through The Identity Issue Among […]

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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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multiethnic church planting fund

In this letter from Henry Koh, Coordinator of Korean Ministries for Mission to North America in the PCA (Presbyterian Church of America), he announced that Sarang Community Church Offers Financial Support to First-Time Multiethnic Church Planters::
… Sarang Community Church of Southern California has set aside $50,000.00 per year to help Korean second generation and other […]

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Minorities becoming Majority

Demographics continue to shift in the United States. The
United States has more than 100 million minorities (based on July 2005 census data reported in May 2006). The New York Times recently notes that Minorities Now Form Majority in One-Third of Most-Populous Counties:
In a further sign of the United States’ growing diversity, nonwhites now make up […]

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