I am speaking two more times at chapel… I had something that happened at the first chapel that has shaken me up a bit…. Last week I was speaking on a Christian campus at the morning chapel services. I have part of the passage tattooed on my right forearm as a reminder of what Jesus does for this woman. I used the words menstruation and menstrual blood because that why the woman was bleeding. I joked that it was probably the first time a chapel speaker talked about periods. Whatever, I thought I was funny. But the call to prayer was because as I was wrapping up I talked about a few things that are broken in this country, things that break my heart and make me desperate for Jesus.
10 FAVORITE MOMENTS AT SOUTH ASIAN INTERVARSITY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
MELD: Multi-Ethnic Leadership Development
Eight years later, we asked Asian-American leaders to share some of their memories of their time working under the Obama administration, as well as what the Obama administration has come to mean to them. Working under the vision and leadership of President Barack Obama has been nothing short of exceptional. I said yes immediately. Who would say no to serving a leader who invites diverse views and opinions, and who embraces constructive criticism?
Asian American InterVarsity at the University of Washington
In keeping with this purpose, Asian American Ministries AAM seeks to follow God into the university context to transform and empower Asian American students whether skeptics, seekers, believers, or missional leaders into Kingdom-centered world-changers. InterVarsity in VA, NC, and SC has been welcoming students of all backgrounds for decades, but saw a major shift at Duke University's multiethnic chapter in the early s. Asian Americans in Duke InterVarsity began to take hold of their ethnic identity and pursued other Asian students. In addition to Asian-specific ministry, multiethnic chapters and many non-Asian staff have made great strides in reaching and raising up Asian students.
This monthly series hopes to build, equip, assist and rebuild lay leaders who serve Asian American churches. The first series will focus on Asian American Youth Ministry and the implications for leadership and developing discipleship. We hope that you join us as we fellowship and hear from some of ministry practitioners.