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ISAAC Newsletter (Oct. 10, 2007)

October 10, 2007 Leave a comment

[corrected 10/11/07]

Over the past few weeks, I spent many hours talking to younger Asian American seminarians, pastors and ministry leaders, and aspirants for doctoral studies. I seem compelled to be a sounding board for “younger” leaders, and I’m not sure why. As a seminary professor, my favorite duty was to listen to and advise students. I enjoyed guiding doctoral students through their academic programs. Conducting research, teaching, networking, and developing programs were also satisfying, but “mentoring” was most energizing. In fact, one of my seminary students – who is currently a Ph.D. candidate in history at Drew University – said this about me:

Dr. Tseng’s dual passion for academic ministry and local church ministry has made a lasting impression on my heart. My own love for the study of history was nurtured in large part due to Dr. Tseng’s mentoring. He has taught me that academic ministry and local church ministry are mutually-empowering enterprises, and that both must work together for the Kingdom of God.

Apparently, my greatest contribution to the common good is to cultivate individuals and small groups of “influencers” for the Reign of God. I believe ISAAC also approaches our work in this manner. We’re not big on rallying crowds and giving motivational talks. But we are really good at engaging individuals and smaller groups more deeply and patiently with our resources and experience. In other words, we cause rashes that make people itch for Asian American Christianity! (see blog)

As you look at our upcoming activities, I encourage you to give generously to support our labor of love for Asian Americans. $5,000 will fully subsidize a training weekend or pay for half of the cost of publishing a resource tool. $500 will pay for a half-day seminar. Regardless of how much you can give, your support will help us make a real difference. Download a pledge form or make a tax-deductible on-line gift today at


Tim Tseng

ISAAC ACTIVITIES (check the ISAAC website for many more updates)

Oct. 11. Tim Tseng attends the Pacific Asian American and Canadian Christian Education (PAACCE) ministry board meeting at McCormick Seminary in Chicago. ISAAC is co-publishing the Asian American Christian Perspectives Reader with PAACCE. | Read More

Oct. 12-14. Tim Tseng speaks at the Atlanta Chinese Christian Church’s missions conference.

Oct. 19-20. Andrew Lee speaks at the Asian American Baptist gathering sponsored by Asian Ministries and American Baptist Churches of New Jersey.

Oct. 21. Tim Tseng speaks at Hope Evangelical Free Church (San Francisco, CA).

Oct. 26. ISAAC’s women’s leadership program, will host a Writers’ Feedback Gathering at Fuller Seminary. Participants will discuss AAWOL’s soon to be published resource, “The Yin and Yang of Leadership: Biblical Characters According to Asian American Women” | Read More

Oct. 27 (9:30 AM -3:30 PM) at Sunset Church. Bay Area Chinese Church consultation for churches in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties. We will donate $20 to churches that complete and return the 8-page questionnaire (in Chinese or English) by December 1.| Read More

Nov. 17 (9-11 PM) ISAAC co-hosts a reception with the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity (Calvin College) at the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in San Diego, California. We plan to launch the Society of Asian North American Christian Studies (SANACS), which will be led by Dr. Russell Yee – check our blogs for updates. | Read More

Dec. 3. Haggard School of Theology (Azusa Pacific University). Tim Tseng will lead workshops on Asian American Christianity and how to include Asian American Christian perspectives in curriculum and instruction.

Dec. 7-9. Dallas, Texas. Russell Moy and Tim Tseng will help facilitate the Association of Theological Schools’ Asian and Asian North American Theological Educators Consultation. A report on building seminary cultural capacity to teach and equip Asian and Asian North American seminarians will be produced by this consultation.

Jan. 3-6. Washington, D.C. Tim Tseng will attend the American Historical Association and American Society of Church History (ASCH) Annual Meeting. He is a member of the Council of the ASCH.

Jan. 12 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM) at Bay Area Chinese Bible Church’s Alameda Campus. Bay Area Chinese Church consultation for churches in the East Bay.

Mar. 13-15 (Washington DC). Southeast Asian Leadership Summit. ISAAC may provide training for the Southeast Asian Leadership Committee. But we need to raise $7,000 to provide scholarships for participants and to cover the training cost.

Mar. 24-26 (Los Angeles, CA). Asian American Leadership Conference. Tim Tseng and Ben Shin will co-lead a focus group on academic vocation as ministry. | Read More

Mar. 28-29 (Philadelphia, PA). Tim Tseng to participate in a panel for “The Scandal of Evangelical Politics: Toward a Biblical Agenda” conference sponsored by the Sider Center on Ministry and Public Policy/Evangelicals for Social Action.

Apr. 26 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM) at South Bay location. Bay Area Chinese Church consultation for churches in the South Bay.

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BAP will donate $20 to churches that complete questionnaires

October 9, 2007 Leave a comment

October 9, 2007

Dear Ministry Colleague

On behalf of Dr. James Chuck and the Bay Area Chinese Churches project, I want to thank you for your support of this important work.

Please help us gain more in-depth understanding of the Bay Area Chinese churches by completing the 8-page questionnaire. The Bay Area Project will donate $20 to all churches that complete and return the questionnaire by December 1, 2007. All individual church information shall be kept confidential, but the overall results will be made available at a Bay Area-wide conference in the Fall 2008.

Please complete the questionnaire in Chinese or English and return it to Dr. James Chuck at 33 Linda Ave, #1701, Oakland, CA 94611 or by email to Tim Tseng by Dec. 1, 2007.

If you or your church would like to support ISAAC or the Bay Area Church project, you may make a pledge or on-line donation at:

Please feel free to contact Dr. James Chuck at the address above or me if you have any questions or suggestions. Thank you!

In Christ,

Timothy Tseng, Ph.D. 曾 祥 雨
Executive Director, ISAAC
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請以中文或英文填妥問卷,並於2007年十二月一日前寄給Dr. James Chuck at 33 Linda Ave, #1701, Oakland, CA 94611或電郵到 Tim Tseng


如果您有任何問題或建議,歡迎去信以上地址或電郵 謝謝!


Timothy Tseng, Ph.D. 曾 祥 雨
Executive Director, ISAAC

Categories: announcement

A Meditation on Itch Scratching – Tim Tseng

October 6, 2007 3 comments

I made a surprising discovery. ISAAC causes rashes!

Many friends have encouraged ISAAC to “scratch where people itch.” Indeed, our research, resources, and consulting efforts “scratch” the Asian American “itch.” But most immigrant Asian church organizations and mainstream American institutions have so locked their gaze on Asia, that they barely notice the Asian American “itch.” And “model minority” Asian Americans are purported to be so well assimilated that they no longer itch.

Most of the messages that we church-going Asian Americans hear avoids the “itch altogether. We are always being mobilized for missions to China and the world, but we are not supported when we feel called to lead our own ethnic churches. Others urge us to leave our Asian “ghettos” behind to join post-modern, multi-cultural ministries. Yet, nothing about our Asian American histories and identities is affirmed or even taught to us. Still others insist that we must participate in social justice work, yet deny us the right to suggest that advocating for Asian American concerns is a justice issue. Is it any wonder then so few believe that there is an itch to scratch!

But ISAAC believes the “itch” is very real – especially among Asian Americans who are not in our churches. Many in these communities need help. Few are aware of efforts to resettle Karen, Chin, and Kachin refugees from Myanmar – a recent example of how the Asian America “itch” has been overlooked (see how American Baptists are helping at An exciting effort to raise up Second Generation Southeast Asian Christian leaders deserves more attention and support. And a recent report by Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy revealed that effective giving to Asian American and Pacific Islander communities’ needs has not kept pace with the growth of these communities.

If we are to make a positive “kingdom” impact in the Asian American communities, then Christian leaders ought to pay attention to the “itch.” Moreover, we might want to practice the discipline of “itching the scratch.” For example, college students and faculty might support Asian American Studies on campus and encourage these programs to pay more attention to religion. Campus ministries might encourage students to see returning to their ethnic churches and communities as real discipleship and mission choices. Seminarians and theological educators might insist that courses and programs that address Asian American concerns be offered – and then go out of their way to attend or offer these courses. Similar “itching” practices ought to be encouraged in denominations, para-church ministries, and the market place.

Given the recent changes and growth in Asia, it would be wise to “itch the scratch.” History can be instructive. 65 years ago, Rev. Hideo Hashimoto, Pastor of the Japanese Methodist Church in Fresno, California, spoke these words to his congregation on the Sunday before 120,000 Japanese Americans was forced to leave their homes and live in internment camps during World War II:

In a sense, our being evacuated is the consequence of our sinfulness. As American citizens of Japanese ancestry, we had a great mission to fulfill. We were destined to be the bridge-builders of the Pacific.

But we failed. In our self-centeredness, like Jonah, we ran away from our great mission. We thought only of fun, thrill, and good time. We sought fame, reputation, to be a “good sport.” We sought money and soft, easy, comfortable lives. We were constantly reminded of our task, until we were sick and tired of hearing about “Bridge-builders of the Pacific.” Yet, instead of going straight toward our responsibility, we went in the opposite direction – money making, self seeking, sin. For sin means going the opposite direction from God-given destiny.

This war, this suffering, and our evacuation, is partially our fault and our making. If we had been vigilant, and stuck to our God-given mission, working with all our heart and soul to prevent war and make for peace, justice and true democracy, the situation may have been different somewhat.

From Allan H. Hunter and Gurney Binford, eds., The Sunday Before (Sermons by Pacific Coast Pastors of the Japanese race on the Sunday before Evacuation to Assembly centers in the late spring of 1942) [unpublished manuscript, Graduate Theological Union Library Archives])

Rev. Hashimoto exaggerated the shortcomings of the Christian Nisei in his sermon. In fairness to him, he also considered the evacuation “a shame, a dangerous attack upon the fundamental principle upon which our nation in built.” Nevertheless I believe his message to Christian Nisei has relevance for us today. We, too, have a responsibility to pay attention to the Asian American issues of our day!

Today, ISAAC is helping to scratch the Asian American itch. But we may have to draw attention to – and maybe cause the itch, first! Will you join us in this effort? – Tim Tseng, Executive Director

Categories: op-ed

Bay Area Chinese Churches Project – a word from Dr. James Chuck

October 5, 2007 4 comments

Bay Area Chinese Churches Research Project
A program initiative of ISAAC, the Institute for the Study of Chinese American Christianity
James Chuck, Project Director

October 5, 2007

Dear Pastoral Colleague:

A reminder that the CONSULTATION FOR CHINESE CHURCHES (covering San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin counties) is scheduled for Saturday, October 27, 2007, at the Sunset Church, 3635 Lawton Street, S.F., from 9:30- 3:30. Street parking is available in the vicinity of the church. If you and your people intend to come but have not yet registered, please do so by Wednesday, October 17th.

During the past few months, I have been working on a brief description of every congregation. My information came from returned questionnaires, visiting church websites, and contacts made by phone. Thank you all for your kindness and generosity in making information about your church available to me. This information will be published in our final report, due fall of 2008.

Following the working list I used for San Francisco churches:
Agape Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Bible Baptist Church of San Francisco
Canaan Lutheran Church
Chinese Church of the Nazarene
Chinese Community Church of San Francisco
Chinese Congregational Church, UCC
Chinese Gospel Church
Chinese Gospel Church of the Nazarene
Chinese Grace Baptist Church
Chinese Grace Church
Chinese Independent Baptist Church of San Francisco
Chinese Lutheran Church
Chinese United Methodist Church
Christ Methodist Church
Cornerstone Evangelical Baptist Church
Cumberland Presbyterian Chinese Church
First Chinese Baptist Church
First Chinese Southern Baptist Church
First United Presbyterian Church
Formosan Christian Church
Full Life Christian Center
Glorious Light Christian Church
Golden Gate Christian Reformed Church
Grace Evangelical Free Church
Grace Fellowship Community Church
Grace Witness Christian Church
Holy Word Church of San Francisco
Home of Christ in S. F., Second Home
Hope Evangelical Free Church
House of God in San Francisco
Indonesian Evangelical Church
Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit
New Life Chinese Lutheran Church
New Start Ministries, Nazarene
Nineteenth Ave. Chinese Baptist Church
Preshyterian Church in Chinatown
Redeemer Community Church
San Francisco Bible Church
San Francisco Chinese Alliance Church
San Francisco Chinese Baptist Church
San Francisco Chinese Christian Church
San Francisco Chinese Church of God
San Fancisco Chinese Mennonite Church
San Francisco Elim Church
San Francisco Epworth United Methodist Church
San Francisco Evangelical Free Church
San Francisco Mandarin Baptist Church
San Francisco Seventh Day Adventist Church
San Francisco Swatow Christian Church
San Francisco True Light Baptist Church
San Francisco Worship Center
Salvation Army, Asian American Yerba Buuna Corps
Salvation Army, Chinatown Corps
Sharon Chinese Baptist Church
Sunset Church of the Nazarene
Sunset Church
Sunset Ministry
True Sunshine Episcopal Church
Twenty First Ave. Baptist Chuirch
Visitation Chinese Baptist Church

My working list of Chinese churches in San Mateo County
Agape Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Baylife Community Church
Burlingame First Prebyterian Church
Chrsit Church of the Bay Area
Community Baptist Church of San Mateo
Cornerstone Grace Evangelical Baptist Church
Cumberland Presbyterian Chinese Church, Daly City Campus
Fellowship Bible Church
Fellowship of Christ’s Family
Hope Lutheran Church
Grace Gospel Christian Church
Home of Christ, First Family, Menlo Park
House of God in San Bruno
Peninsula Chinese Alliance Church
San Bruno Chinese Church
San Francisco Bay Area Reformed Evagelical Church

My working list of Chinese churches in Marin County
Marin Community Christian Church
Living Water Chinese Baptist Church

Collectively, these churches represent a significant and formidable resource for witness and outreach. During the OCTOBER 27TH CONSULTATION, you will hear more about what some of thes churches are doing. We also want to hear from you the issue and challenges facing your congregation. The planning team and I hope I will have an opportunity to meet you then.

Again, if you intend to come, send in your registration by Wednesday, October 17th. Many thanks!

May God continue to bless your days and years in ministry.

James Chuck, Project Director

Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-16

Categories: announcement, events

Consultation for Chinese churches (San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties)

October 2, 2007 2 comments


You are cordially invited to a

Consultation for Chinese Churches
Covering San Francisco, San Mateo County, and Marin County

on Saturday, October 27. 2007, 9:30- 3:30

at the Sunset Church
3635 Lawton Street, San Francisco


During the Consultation, we will
• Share with you what we have learned in our survey of Chinese churches, and
• We want you to tell the research team the issues and challenges your congregation is currently facing.

Contact your church pastor for registration information.

For individual registrations, send the following information to James Chuck, 33 Linda Ave., Oakland, California, 94611: Name, address (include zip code), telephone number, and e-mail address, and your church affiliation, together with a registration fee of $15.00 per person.

We will hold a consultation for churches in the East Bay on January 12, 2008 at the Bay Area Chinese Bible Church in Alameda and on April 26, 2008 in the San Jose area (location to be determined). More information will be forthcoming.

THE CHINESE CHURCHES RESEARCH PROJECT is a program initiative of ISAAC (Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity), Dr. Timothy Tseng, Executive Director. Click here for more information.


9:30 AM Registration and check-in – Russell Moy, Registrar

10:00 Introductory remarks, introductions – James Chuck, Project Director

10:10 Welcome from the Sunset Church – Diane Golton, Sunset Church

10:15 Devotional Moments

This is the day, this is the day
That the Lord has made, that the Lord has made
We will be glad, we will be glad,
And rejoice in it, and rejoice in it.
This is the day that the Lord has made
We will be glad and rejoice in it.
This the day that the Lord has made.

Rejoice in the Lord always, again I say rejoice.
Rejoice in the Lord always, again I say rejoice.
Rejoice! Rejoice! Again I say rejoice!
Rejoice! Rejoice! Again I say rejoice.

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 4:1-7, 11-16
Meditation and Prayer

10:30 Remarks from Timothy Tseng, Executive Director of ISAAC

10:40 Presentation: Chinese Churches in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties – James Chuck

12:00 PM Lunch

1:00 Issues and Challenges in local congregations Facilitated by Don Ng

3:15 Closing Worship – Led by Russell Yee

3:30 Adjournment

Categories: announcement, events

ISAAC at the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature meetings

October 1, 2007 Leave a comment


ISAAC and the Nagel Institute for the Study of World Christianity at Calvin College are co-sponsoring a reception at the upcoming American Academy of Religion / Society of Biblical Literature Meeting in San Diego this November 17-20. Come and join us as ISAAC launches the Society of Asian North American Christian Studies!

WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 17th, 9-11 PM

WHERE: San Diego Marriott Hotel & Marina, Manchester 2


Sessions with Asian American Themes

The Evangelical Theological Society, which meets before the AAR/SBL, also has sessions with Asian or Asian American themes – scroll down to view these.

S17-103: Asian and Asian-American Hermeneutics
Saturday, 11/17/2007
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Room: Betsy C – GH

Theme: Panel Review of Uriah Kim, Decolonizing Josiah: Toward a Postcolonial Reading of the Deuteronomisitc History (Sheffield Phoenix, 2006)

Seung-Ai Yang, University of Saint Thomas, Presiding

Gina Hens-Piazza, Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley, Panelist
Frank Yamada, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Panelist
Niels Lemche, University of Copenhagen, Panelist
Jane Iwamura, University of Southern California, Panelist
Uriah Kim, Hartford Seminary, Respondent


S18-51: Asian and Asian-American Hermeneutics
Sunday, 11/18/2007
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room: Edward A – GH

Theme: Asian and Asian American Hermeneutics: Interpreting the Text

Uriah Kim, Hartford Seminary, Presiding

Chloe Sun, Logos Evangelical Seminary
From Margin to Center: Joseph’s Navigation and Negotiation of His Own Identity and Its Implications for Asian American Identity (30 min)

Janette Ok, Princeton Theological Seminary
The Necessity and Glory of Suffering in Romans 5:1-5: A Korean American Hermeneutic of (30 min)

Moa Imchen, Graduate Theological Union
An Ecological Reading of Psalm 8 with New Eyes through Naga Creation Myth (30 min)


A17-308: Women and Religion Section and Asian North American Religion, Culture, and Society Group
Saturday, 11/17/07
4:00 pm-6:30 pm
Room: CC-30B

Theme: Off the Menu: Asian and Asian North American Women’s Religion and Theology

Rita Nakashima Brock, Faith Voices for the Common Good, Presiding

Kwok Pui Lan, Episcopal Divinity School
Rachel A. R. Bundang, Santa Clara University
Katie G. Cannon, Union Theological Seminary and Presbyterian School of Christian Education
Tat-siong Benny Liew, Pacific School of Religion


A18-262: Asian North American Religion, Culture, and Society Group
Sunday, 11/18/07
3:00 pm-4:30 pm
Room: GH-Edward D

Theme: Negotiating Postcolonialism/Postcoloniality

Anne Joh, Phillips Theological Seminary, Presiding

Jane Wei-Jen Liang, Drew University
Boyung Lee, Pacific School of Religion
Nami Kim, Spelman College


Rudy V. Busto, University of California, Santa Barbara

Business Meeting:

Anne Joh, Phillips Theological Seminary, Presiding
Su Yon Pak, Union Theological Seminary, New York, Presiding


S18-103: Asian and Asian-American Hermeneutics
Sunday, 11/18/2007
4:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Room: Del Mar – MM

Theme: Theory and Practice

Jeffrey Kuan, Pacific School of Religion, Presiding

Rajkumar Boaz Johnson, North Park University Theological Seminary
Use of the Old Testament in Indian Christian Theology with Focus on Some Recent Trends (30 min)

Surekha John Nelavala, Drew University
Autobiography as a Method and Motif: Towards Dalit Feminist Hermeneutics (30 min)

Thanh V. Nguyen, Catholic Theological Union
Reading “The Friend at Midnight” (Luke 11:5-8) from an Asian Perspective (30 min)


A19-105: Ethics Section and Asian North American Religion, Culture, and Society Group and Latina/o Religion, Culture, and Society Group
Monday, 11/19/07
9:00 am-11:30 am
Room: CC-25B

Theme: Native, Immigrant, or Refugee? Cultural Identity in a Shifting Environment

Carmen Marie Nanko-Fernandez, Catholic Theological Union, Presiding

K. Christine Pae, Union Theological Seminary, New York
Making Post-colonial Christian Social Ethics in the Clash of Masculinities: Women’s Migration and Military Prostitution in South Korea

Fred Glennon, Le Moyne College
Wanted but Not Welcome: An Ethical Analysis and Comparison of the Labor Abuses Generated by China’s Hukou System of Internal Migration and the US “Guest Worker” Program

Kristi Laughlin, Graduate Theological Union
Latino Popular Catholicism: Shaping the Moral Vision and Ethos of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Jessica Wrobleski, Yale University
Borders of Hospitality: Christian Responses to Immigration


Otto A. Maduro, Drew University


A19-106: Philosophy of Religion Section
Monday, 11/19/07
9:00 am-11:30 am
Room CC-28B

Theme: Author Meets Critics: David Kyuman Kim, Melancholic Freedom: Agency and the Spirit of Politics

Rudy V. Busto, University of California, Santa Barbara, Presiding


Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley
Tavis Smiley, The Smiley Group, Inc.
Cornel West, Princeton University


David Kyuman Kim, Connecticut College

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Asian and Asian American themes at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society – November 14-16, 2007 (Wed.-Fri.) at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center, 500 Hotel Circle North, San Diego, CA 92108. Thank you Steve Hu for alerting us to these sessions!

Wednesday, November 14
Pacific Salon Four
Asian Christian Thought
Moderator: Edwin Yamauchi (Miami University of Ohio)

9:20-10:00 a.m.
Sang-Hoon Kim (Chongshin Theological Seminary)
Simple Syntactical Arrangement of the Korean Version of the Bible and Its Practical Usages for the Korean Church

10:10-10:50 a.m.
Dale W. Little (Japan Bible Seminary and Tokyo Christian University)
Doing Cross-Cultural Evangelical Theology in Japan: Theological and Phenomenological Observations

11:00-11:40 a.m.
David Eung-Yul Ryoo (Chongshin Theological Seminary)
Hyungnong Park and His Preaching

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Wednesday, November 14
Pacific Salon Two
Asian-American Christian Thought
Moderator: Dongsu Kim (Nyack College)

2:30-3:10 p.m.
Benjamin Shin (Biola University)
Obstacles to Obedience

3:20-4:00 p.m.
Sheryl Takagi Silzer (Wycliffe Bible Translators)
Dutiful Obedience: Confucian Legacy for Asian Christians

4:10-4:50 p.m.
Sung Wook Chung (Denver Theological Seminary)
Korean/Korean-American Evangelical Theology and Spirituality: Its Contribution to the Diversity and Unity of Evangelical Tradition

5:00-5:40 p.m.
Jinkyu Kim (The First Korean Church of Brooklyn)
Challenging the Accepted Western Hermeneutics: Is There an Original, Historical Referent in Biblical Prophecy?

Categories: announcement, events

Journal of Asian and Asian American Theology features Young Lee Hertig article

October 1, 2007 Leave a comment

Young Lee Hertig’s article, “Why Asian American Evangelical Theologies?” was published in the Journ of Asian and Asian American Theology (Vol. 7). Dr. Hertig is the Vice President and Southern California Director for ISAAC. Other contributors to this issue include Chan-Hie Kim, Eleazer S. Fernandez, Andrew Sung Park, Samuel Donald, Kyong-Jae Kim, and Jeong Ho Yang. JAAAT is published by The Center for Pacific and Asian-American Ministries at the Claremont School of Theology. Contact Dr. Kil Sang Yoon, the Center’s Executive Director, for more information. The mailing address is:

The Center for Pacific and Asian-American Ministries
Claremont School of Theology
1325 North College Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
(909) 621-7701

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ISAAC thanks Aug-Sept 2007 donors!

October 1, 2007 Leave a comment

We appreciate our donors and institutional partners! ISAAC’s efforts to strengthen Asian American Christianity cannot be done without you. The following have given to ISAAC in August and September 2007:

100% of ISAAC’s Board of Directors and Staff give to ISAAC generously and sacrificially. A report of their donations will be provided in the October-November 2007 update.

For a list of donors from the previous year up to July 2007 go to:

If you would like to make a pledge or a donation, go to:

Categories: report