Tagged: Christian

7 Asian American Christian Philanthropy Examples

Generosity and philanthropy looks different in various cultures. In the USA, we see the prominence of institutional philanthropy through perennial organizations that are staffed for strategic effectiveness. We hear of them mentioned in the news, e.g. Gates Foundation, Pew Charitable Trust, or...

Networking Christian Developers and Technologists for Kingdom Impact

Networking Christian Developers and Technologists for Kingdom Impact

Recently heard about a great network of networks for Christian developers, technologists, and entrepreneurs in the tech sector that stems from the Code For The Kingdom hackathons, an initiative launched by Leadership Network, that has an online connection point via the Google+ Community

First Global Faith-inspired Hackathon in 13 Cities Worldwide: October 2-4, 2015

First Global Faith-inspired Hackathon in 13 Cities Worldwide: October 2-4, 2015

For Immediate Release Code for the Kingdom, a Leadership Network initiative, is gearing up for its first ever global hackathon to be held on October 2-4, 2015. This global hackathon will be held simultaneously in 13 cities around the world in collaboration with Indigitous, local organizers...

Why is there so much low quality Christian stuff?

Why is there so much low quality Christian stuff?

Sometimes I talk with people who are serious Christ-followers and they share with me their disappointment and frustration about how Christians produce work of average (or worse) quality. The work could be in the arts (movie, media, music, song, painting, drawing, t-shirt...

3rd Annual Asian American Christian Counseling Symposium

3rd Annual Asian American Christian Counseling Symposium

Understanding Biblical + Theological Foundations of Counseling + Spiritual Maturity in Asian American Cultural Context The Third Annual Asian American Christian Counseling Symposium Saturday, May 17, 2014 – 8:30am to 12:00pm Evergreen Baptist Church of San Gabriel Valley (323 Workman Mill Road, La...

How Money Muddles Ministry Motives

How Money Muddles Ministry Motives

I confess that I have an uneasy relationship with money. And having spent a decade of my life preparing for being a pastor, I’ve given these related topics more than the average Joe or Jane. (This blog post is more of a...

Urbana vs. Passion – which will you choose?

Urbana vs. Passion – which will you choose?

2 gigantic Christian conferences are scheduled this Winter break 2012-2013, ramping up for tens of thousands of college students converging from everywhere. 1 is called Urbana 12. 1 is called Passion 2013. Here’s the data on these 2 Christian mega-conferences, a side-by-side...

women Asian American Christian ministry leaders

women Asian American Christian ministry leaders

Finding voices and faces that can better connect and/or represent both genders in actual diversity of the Christian church can seem elusive, especially in a financially-driven world. One of the currently under-represented grouping is Asian American women who are Christian ministry leaders,...