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ISAAC Pacific Northwest Follow Up Conversation

We thank all who participated in our February symposium.

Here’s a great opportunity for you to paricipate in a follow-up conversation. Dr. Russell Jeung is visiting Seattle on May 12 for a premiere of a documentary feature he co-directed. We will have a post-symposium follow-up conversation at Chinese Alliance Church Seattle, 2803 South Orcas Street, Seattle, WA 98108-3067, on Wednesday, May 12, from 7pm to 9.30pm.

Here’s the breakdown of the evening’s conversations:

Russell Jeung7pm – 8.15pm – Developing the Asian American Identity: Understanding the impact of mainline and evangelical teachings on identity formation of the Asian American generation, and explore ministry implications of the churches.

Oak Park Story8.15pm – 9.30pm – Discovering the place of the Asian American generation in missional outreach to a culturally and ethnically diverse neighborhood: Premiere of Dr Russell Jeung’s documentary feature: “The Oak Park Story” – a story of engagement with Cambodian and Mexican communities to strive against social injustice. Dr, Jeung not only co-directed this documentary, he and his family lived in this community for ten years. Q & A session will follow the screening of the documentary.

This follow-up conversation is free of charge, though freewill donations will be accepted for this and future ministry of ISAAC in the Pacific Northwest. No registration is required. Please spread the word to others in your churches, and encourage as many as possible to attend, whether they have participated in the previous symposium or not.

We are deeply grateful for the partnership of School of Theology, Seattle Pacific University, and Chinese Alliance Church Seattle in hosting this event.

Peter LimPeter Lim 
Director of ISAAC Pacific Northwest Region
Project Director, Greater LA Chinese Church Research
Institute of the Study of Asian American Christianity
253-3942754
www.issacweb.org
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