Tagged: pastor

Asian American Pastor Louis Lee

One of the pastors that pioneered Christian church ministries for English-speaking Asian Americans is Rev. Louis Lee, most prominently in the 1990s and 2000s. I got to reconnect with Louis over an informal lunch fellowship, his very words, during this Asian American...

Are you a pastor looking for a church?

There are many pastors and many churches in the USA, Canada, and around the world. Finding the right context where the pastor can best use his unique God-given gifts to bear much fruit with a local congregation can be quite the challenge and needs...

Worlds colliding with church leader conferences

Conferences are kinda of a big deal, even in the 21st century where the internet can deliver content nearly instantly globally and hundreds of digital platforms for online meetings are available, but not yet the norm in most circles. And, it’s big...

the migration pattern of church people

Leaving one church for another can be a good thing–it’s not always a bad thing. Yes, sometimes a person or a pastor leaves one church because of unresolved conflict, dissatisfaction, a “better” program or preacher elsewhere, and/or scandal. There’s been numerous articles...

2 Song Dedications: Francis Chan

I missed this amazing song dedicated to a pastor, because I left early; this really shows the power of song & music, and humor. This morning at the Exponential Conference in Orlando, Eric Bramlett sung this in reference to Francis Chan’s church...

Carolina church conference in June

Got this announcement from Rob Davis, Director of Events at Vintage21 Chuch in Raleigh, NC. We have put together a conference entitled Advance09: Resurgence of the Local Church in Durham on June 4-6, 2009. Speakers for this event include John Piper, Mark...

seeking minister for college and young adults

Chinese Church in Christ (San Jose, California) has a ministry position open for a “Young Adult Minister”, someone who would lead ministries to college students and young adults. Read the full listing via Google Docs or as a blog post at ISAAC...