I’m looking forward to Passion for the Nations, a missions conference with an Asian-American emphasis that will be taking place in Southern California on October 2. There will be great plenary speakers: James Chuong of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Professor Len Barlotti of Biola University, and Pastor John Lo of Epicentre Church. In addition, there will be some very helpful workshops:

  • Bridging Hope to 300 million Dalits, One Child at a Time: Nenita Herrera-Sioco
  • Jesus’ Instruction to Missionaries: Pastor John Lo (Epicentre Church)
  • “Reaching the Last, the Lost and the Least”: Roland Heck (Global Recordings)
  • The Centrality of Israel: June Chern  (International House of Prayer)
  • The Convergence of the Missions Movement & the Prayer & Worship Movement: June Chern  (International House of Prayer)
  • Mediating Conflicts in the Asian American Context: Dr. Young Hertig
  • What? A Young Woman Like Me in Missions? Louise M. Carey (Wycliffe Bible Translators)
  • How to Share the Gospel: Pastor Kyle Shimazaki (Evergreen Church SGV)
  • The Rise of Asian Theology: Theological Education in the 21st Century: Rev. James Yu (Logos Theological Seminary)
  • Impacting Nations by Welcoming International Students: Galen Andrews (International Student Inc. )
  • Music and Missions: Larissa Lam
  • Maximum Impact through Medical Missions: Dr. Hanson Wong (Friends of Grace)
  • English Language Teaching and Missions: Potential, Pitfalls, and Best Practices: Professor Kitty Purgason (Biola University)
  • Practical Ways to Care for Your Missionaries: Pastor Ron and Carol Miyake (Evergreen Church SGV)
  • P.E.A.C.E. Plan: Mark Affleck (Saddleback Church)

Passion for the Nations
Southern California Asian-American Missions Conference
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Evergreen Baptist Church of San Gabriel Valley