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APNA Summit – attendees

March 8, 2007

Connie Kang, staff writer of the Los Angles Times, wrote a story about the recent Asian and Pacific North American Seminary Centers Summit held at Fuller Seminary on February 17th. You can find the story here.

The summit was co-sponsored by ISAAC and the Korean Institute for Advanced Theological Studies (KIATS). Participants at this gathering included:

  • David Bundy, Fuller Seminary
  • David Chai, Pacific and Asian American Christian Education
  • Grace Choi-Kim, ISAAC
  • Virstan Choy, Asian American Ministry Program (McCormick Seminary)
  • Jin Hwang, KIATS
  • Young Lee Hertig, Azusa Pacific University and ISAAC
  • Don Kim, Asian American Center (Garrett-Evangelical Seminary)
  • Faith Kim, Kim Intercultural School (Golden Gate Baptist Seminary)
  • Jae Hyun Kim, KIATS
  • Jonathan Kim, Talbot Seminary
  • Joo Hong Kim, Young Nak Presbyterian Church
  • Sang Hyun Lee, Asian American Center (Princeton Seminary)
  • Won Lee, Nagel Institute for World Christianity (Calvin College)
  • Fumitaka Matsuoka, PANA Institute (Pacific School of Religion)
  • Daniel Newman, Asian Center (Haggard School of Theology)
  • Kirsten Oh, Fuller Seminary
  • Wing Ning Pang, Chinese Bi-Cultural Ministry program (Alliance Seminary) and ISAAC
  • Timothy Tseng, ISAAC
  • Ruth Vuong, Fuller Seminary

In the next few months, ISAAC will explore ways to work with seminaries that have APNA programs or want to strengthen their efforts with APNA students and faculty.

Tim Tseng

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  1. BRC
    March 18, 2007 at 2:23 pm

    Tim, what a great cast of characters. Looks like a great blend of theological and experiential perspectives. Good for you!

    As I read the list I felt obligated to lift up my mentors on the list, then I thought most of them probably don’t read blogs. This begs the existential question, If I honor my elders on a blog, but they don’t read it, are they really honored? 😉

  2. Tim Tseng
    March 18, 2007 at 11:23 pm

    Thanks Bruce! I’m still hung up over whether a tree falling in a forest makes a sound if no one is there to hear it. 🙂

    I’ve been keeping all of the “elders” informed, so I hope that some of them will read the blog.

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