The recording for this webinar is also available here.
In this webinar, Dr. Lee provides a vocabulary to articulate our Asian American experience. This vocabulary of concepts and ideas will serve as our toolbox, enable us to identify issues of spirituality and ministry in our lives and in our communities. Our goal is to understand the deeper dynamics of what’s happening in our lives and in our churches so we can know where to look for help and what kind of resources we need.
About Out Webinar Leader
Dr. Daniel D. Lee is the director of Fuller’s Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry and an adjunct assistant professor of Asian American Ministry. An ordained Presbyterian minister, Daniel has served in a number of ministry contexts, including campus ministry, chaplaincy, immigrant church, pan-Asian ministry, and multi-ethnic churches. Daniel is the author of the upcoming book Double Particularity: Karl Barth, Contextuality, and the Asian American Theology (Fortress, 2017) and a contributing author to The Voice of God in the Text of Scripture (Zondervan, 2016).
Readings for this Webinar:
- “Practical Theology and Multicultural Initiatives” by Mark Branson from Churches, Cultures and Leadership: A Practical Theology of Congregations and Ethnicities by Mark Lau Branson and Juan F. Martinez. [Download article]
- “Who are Asian Americans?” from Asian American Psychology: Current Perspectives edited by Nita Tewari and Alvin N. Alvarez. [Download article]