Webinar: Asian American churches in a multiethnic world (DJ Chuang)

The recording for this webinar is also available here.

Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, projected to double in population by 2050. While many ethnic Asian churches are reaching an immigrant generation by ministering in Asian languages, new kinds of next generation multi-Asian and multi-ethnic churches are more effective with reaching English-speaking Asian Americans and a multi-ethnic community. We cover statistics and trends as well as unpacking how these new kinds of churches are doing ministry. Plus, we’ll consider the 3 best opportunities where Asian Americans can make their most valuable Kingdom contributions.


About Out Webinar Leader
DJ Chuang is the author of MULTIASIAN.CHURCH: A Future for Asian Americans in a Multiethnic World and a co-founder of Thirty Network, an initiative that’s advancing the leadership of Asian American pastors and church leaders. Professionally during the day, DJ works as a strategy consultant with the .BIBLE Registry, a new top-level domain for all things Bible.

DJ is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary and Virginia Tech. He has been blogging at djchuang.com since 1999, curating links to resources pertaining to church innovations, including Asian American and multiethnic churches, churches with internet campuses, livestream worship services, and even multi-lingual, multi-racial churches.

Readings for this Webinar:

  • MultiAsian.Church: A Future for Asian Americans in a Multiethnic World by DJ Chuang [participants receive a free digital review copy]
  • Tapestry of Grace: Untangling the Cultural Complexities in Asian American Life and Ministry by Benjamin C. Shin and Sheryl Takagi Silzer

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