Memorial Service for Ravi Zacharias Livestreamed: Vice President and Thousands Online Attendants Presented
Hope Presbyterian Church with a 425-member congregation in north Austin, is among churches throughout the Synod of the Sun that is finding creative ways to make connections with their members and the … A renowned Christian apologist, evangelist, and author, Ravi Zacharias died Tuesday morning at his home in Atlanta after a brief battle with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer at the age of 74. On the first Thursday in May, which has been designated as the National Day of Prayer, Southern Baptist Convention leaders called their members to join this event with prayer and fasting. Marking the 175th anniversary of establishment, International Mission Board begins "175 days of prayer" on May 11, 2020. The author of 16 books and prodigious Old Testament scholar Dr.Patrick Jr., died Friday in Black Mountain, North Carolina at his age of 84 after a long illness.
On Saturday, May 21, the Asian American Initiative at Fuller Theological Seminary hosted a conference exploring “the intersections between gospel, pop culture, and Asian American identity” where graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang shared his own experiences of exploring his Asian-American identity i… The Asian American Initiative at Fuller Theological Seminary hosted its first all-day conference on Saturday exploring Asian American identity, and how it relates to an individual's understanding of the gospel. In particular, the conference aimed to examine that intersection through the lens of pop … A group of Christian organizations is partnering together to launch a study Bible with notes contextualized to the African culture. Spearheaded by Oasis International, a publishing ministry for Africa, the project called the African Study Bible aims to provide a study Bible produced and developed "b… “Do you understand?” “Jogeum,” Tim Schlensker would respond in Korean with a smile as his abonim — or father-in-law — would turn and ask him in broken English in the middle of conversations with his other elderly Korean friends. Two organizations that have been working to serve the next generation of the Korean immigrant church have merged together. Pastors from Southern California, New York, and other regions, of both first and second generation Korean Americans, attended the merger ceremony to congratulate G2G (Generation… The Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Christian community will be gathering in Washington, D.C. in June to engage with elected officials regarding the needs of the AAPI community as well as to learn about resources they can receive from the government. This year makes the ninth time that Korean… InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA, a college campus ministry with chapters in over 640 campuses, has announced on Monday that Tom Lin will become its next president, making him the first Asian American to serve in the position. His term will begin on August 10.
Tom Mercer Shares 'Oikos' Paradigm with Korean Pastors: 'Not a Program or Event, but Everything Jesus Did and Taught'
Hanam Presbyterian Church in South Korea, which has been serving pastors of non-self-sufficient churches for the past eight years, has set out to now serve pastors of Korean immigrant churches. The ninth ‘Happy Pastors Seminar’ that Hanam Church has hosted was attended by 30 some pastors of Kore… A conference for second generation Korean American pastors sponsored by the PCUSA’s Racial and Ethnic Ministries Department started off on May 9, and will conclude on Thursday around noon (EST). The conference took place in Orlando, Florida.
Most Evangelicals Believe Church Plays Major Role in Racial Reconciliation, According to Barna Study
A recent study found that 94 percent of evangelical Christians said they believe the church plays a significant role in racial reconciliation. 73 percent of all adults agreed with the same notion, according to the Barna Group study released on May 5.