The danger is that culture becomes more important than the Gospel. – Ray Chang
In this podcast from Exponential West 2016, Ray Chang and DJ Chuang explore the future of church planting among Asian-Americans as well as the development and deployment of Asian-American church planters. They explore the unique challenges of the Asian-American culture and exciting opportunities among Asian-American planters and churches. In addition, they look at some important statistics, as well as focus on models for reaching the next generation of Asian-Americans. Both Ray and DJ planted a church with a majority Asian-American congregation near Washington D.C. in 1996, and they have launched a movement for mobilizing Asian-Americans to plant churches.
Join Ray and DJ at Exponential East 2017, where they will lead workshops on Asian-American culture and church planting.
- Unique characteristics of Asian-American culture and church planting
- Challenges to integrating cultures
DJ Chuang works as a freelance strategy consultant while being particularly adept as a resource hunter and people connector. He currently works with the .BIBLE Registry, a new top-level domain for all things Bible.
Ray has been actively engaged in church planting with the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) for the past 17 years. Planting two multi-ethnic churches (Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles, CA), Ray has a vision to plant churches – reaching and building bridges to all nations.