The theme of the next issue of ChristianityNext is “Asian Americans and Evangelicals” Asian Americans have had a long and ambiguous relationship with evangelicalism in North America. In our next issue, our lead article will feature a history of the relationship of Asian Americans with
RISE Together is A National Mentorship Network for Women of Color in Ministry that seeks to Renew, Inspire, Support and Empower female ministers, activists, and scholars by providing compassionate, culturally-relevant, professional connections and leadership development opportunities. ISAAC is proud to be a Southern California Mentoring
“My experience of ISAAC is this space for mutual inquiry, formal and informal conversations about belonging among people who traverse in existential and concrete experiences of embrace and exclusion, among people whose identity as Asian and North American and Christian present complexities of allegiances, privileges,
By Bill Watanabe My wife and I have been members of Evergreen Baptist Church for nearly 40 years. When we started attending, it was located at the corner of Second & Evergreen in Boyle Heights (hence the name Evergreen Baptist). It was a small church
Ken Kong, Director of the missional movement Southeast Asian Catalyst (SEAC), endorses ISAAC’s ministry!
Jooho Lee is a graduate of ISAAC’s internship program. He was the first ISAAC intern to come from Princeton Theological Seminary as an MDiv student. He will start an Assistant Professorship of Business and Ethics at Pepperdine University, Fall 2017.
“I’ve just returned from the Gala, amazed, energized and grateful. The company of women you’ve elevated on this evening’s platform reflects an astounding amount of hope, strength, talent, gifts, confidence and anointing. What powerful aspects of prophecy and love they embody in the aggregate. What
“ISAAC was good for my soul. After a traumatic separation from my vocation as a theological educator, my colleagues and friends with ISAAC helped restore my broken spirit. Through ISAAC, I continued to engage both the academic world and Asian American Christianity. To this day,