Ray Chang
speaker

Ray Chang 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 (in Washington D.C. and Los Angeles), Ray has a vision to plant churches reaching and building bridges to all nations. In addition, he desires to raise up church planters through Ambassador Network, a network of church planters who are desiring to plant both locally and globally. Ray is currently the pastor of Ambassador Church in Brea, California.He is married with twin daughters.

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Ray Chang’s HeroMaker Story

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East Meets West | Ray Chang | DJ Chuang

The danger is that culture becomes more important than the Gospel. - Ray Chang In this podcast from Exponential West…

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Regaining Our Voice and Credibility | Mosaix | Exponential

Due to the systemic segregation of local churches today, the vast majority of pastors and churches in this country have…

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Second Generation Ethnic Church Planting

In this seminar, Pastors Ray Chang and DJ Chuang will look at some of the challenges and models for church…

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East Meets West: Church Planting at the Intersection of Asian-American Culture

In this seminar, we will explore the future of church planting among Asian-Americans as well as the development and deployment…
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Planting within the Asian-American Context

If you have a passion for planting churches in the growing multiethnic and multicultural context, this bonus session is for…


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Planting Churches that are Urban, Ethnic, and Young

We will be discussing some models of urban, ethnic churches among a multi-ethnic context. As church planter, Ray Chang planted…
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A New Strategy of Intersection and Innovation for Reaching All People


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Reaching the Next Generation of Asian Americans


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Future for the Asian American Church

Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial/ethnic group in America today, and exponential numbers of next-gen multi-Asian churches are being…