Ken Tan is the senior consultant for leadership development at the Baptist State convention of North Carolina and also an elder and pastor at the Glory of God fellowship church in Raleigh. Ken shares his testimony of how God saved him and his experience as a Filipino American.
What are some potential‘s for the next generation of Hmong Americans to advance God’s Kingdom? How can the next generation of Asian Americans to impact for the Great Commission? In this last episode, Vince and Yer addresses those questions.
In this episode, Vince and Yer share about their current ministry among multiethnic church especially refugee children. You will hear why this Hmong couple works among the refugees and what God is doing through their ministries.
New episode with Vince and Yer! Vince and Yer are Hmong American couple serving at the Point Church International in Cary, NC. In this new episode, they’re sharing a brief history of Hmong Americans in North Carolina and their personal stories of how God saved them and how He called them for ministry.
How can minority Asian churches participate in missions and what kind of movement God can do among Asian Americans in North Carolina and beyond? In this last episode, Sean shares about the major role for Asian Americans for the Great Commission.
In the second episode, Sean shares about his past ministry experiences and current ministry among Laotian groups in North Carolina. Listen to the story of how unique Laotian churches are and how God has worked among them for His glory.
Sean is a Laotian(Khmu) American serving at Oakview baptist church. He and his family are preparing to serve overseas as a long term missionary. Listen to this first episode with Sean to hear his story of how God saved him and his immigration story as Laotian.
In this final episode with Jerry, he shares about the major role of Asian Americans for the Great Commission and vision for Asian American leaders.
Jerry is an 1.5 generation who lived in Korea, Thailand and U.S. Now he lives in Canada. He has served as a pastor and missionary in immigrant churches reaching young generation through Christian education. He also lived in NC and received Doctor of Education from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary recently. In this episode, Jerry shares his personal story of how God saved him and his experiences living in different countries.