Korean American Family Services (KFAM) became the first non-profit organization in Los Angeles that focuses on connecting Asian American foster families with Asian American children and youth to become a state licensed Foster Family Agency (FFA), the organization announced on Tuesday.
For Asian American Christians, understanding ethnic identity is necessary to be able to more deeply understand and act on faith, politics, and justice, according to members of a panel who discussed these issues at Fuller Theological Seminary on Thursday.
Five years since the first SOLA Conference for college students took place, pastors from ten local churches in Southern California are working together to host the first SOLA Nexus, a conference for post-college young adults.
Thank You for calling us to serve Your sanctuary with one another. As our given roles are different from one other, help us not to discriminate against others. Instead, allow us to worship You beautifully as we unite with others. Help us to continue to carry out good works.
In an earlier post, I talked about how our churches can become more intentional about doing real ministry instead of busy work. But in this article, I address how churches became so busy. Perhaps understanding the origins of dysfunctional busyness will help churches avoid this problem in the future.
Basuki “Ahok” Purnama, the incumbent Christian and ethnic Chinese governor of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta, was found guilty of committing blasphemy by an Indonesian Court on Tuesday, May 9, raising concerns about religious freedom in the country.
Thank You for allowing us to learn how You have blessed and increased the generations when the Israelites were about to serve in the army. Help us to win the spiritual war as we understand one another and treat others with love.
Five young poets and musicians graced the Echo Park area of Los Angeles with personal stories, graceful tones, and high-hitting notes on Thursday evening as they performed at ISAAC’s 11th annual Gala ArtFest.