The Many Models of the Asian American Church | Christianity Today

Posted on October 9, 2014 by

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Christianity TodayOnce largely monocultural, Asian Americans’ churches are now as diverse as the country they call home.

In just a few decades, churches created by Asian Americans have evolved. Once primarily monocultural, they now represent a broad spectrum of models of how to relate to—and reach out to—surrounding cultures.

The Asian Immigrant Church

These churches were created primarily by and for first-generation immigrants, but they also offer programs for their English-speaking children of all ages. Larger churches in this category have global ministries that supplement their original, Asian-specific focus, but they still retain a strong ethnic identity. Continue reading →

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