After hearing more than one pastor say, “We cannot experience the fullness of revival without the native Hawaiian people of this land,” Hawaiian campus staff member Moani Sitch felt God inspire her with a vision that would stimulate the reconciliation between Christians and native Hawaiians. Her vision became Hoolohe Pono, an experience based on the Hawaiian phrase that means to listen carefully, well, and rightly.

 

Here is one way to present the gospel to Native American people. It is an attempt to understand and speak into a worldview that is different from the White, Western, post-Enlightenment worldview in

This paper explores the various ethnic identities that make up Asian Americans.  Sections include the histories of various ethnic groups (Cambodian American, Chinese American, Filipino American,

Reaching this generation of Black scholars and professionals (BSAP) is a crucial Kingdom ministry. This paper provides an introduction, outline the significance of BSAP ministry, key obstacles, and resources to get started.

This article discusses how to motivate Asian Americans to obey Jesus, particularly given non-Western understandings of debt-obligation and how they impact understanding the Cross.

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