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Peter Lim - peterlim@isaacweb.org, Pacific Northwest Regional Director
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Friday October 1, 2010 at 7:00 PM 
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Saturday October 2, 2010 at 5:00 PM 

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Fuller Theological Seminary 
Nickerson Business Park
101 Street, Ste 330
Seattle, WA 98109

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Developing a TRANSFORMISSIONAL CHURCH:
ISAAC - Fuller Pacific Northwest Ministry Seminar

Oct 1-2, 2010 at Fuller Theological Seminary, Nickerson Business Park, 101 Street, Ste 330, Seattle, WA 98109


This is a follow-up to our successful inaugural conference in February. We are focusing on ministry how-to's and best practices to help your church reach and retain the next generation(s). There will be engaging presentations, dialogues and discussions to encourage, enrich and equip all participants.

1. Transforming Your Church to Impact the Next Generation
2. Missional Focus on Reaching the Next Generation
3. Developing a Culture of Internships
4. Developing a Discipleship Legacy
5. Evangelism strategies to reach the Next Generation

Seminar Speakers:

Dr. Raymond Chang, Sr. Pastor, Ambassador Church, Brea, CA, brings a wealth of ministry experiences. He has planted two Evangelical Free churches (Washington DC and Los Angeles) and assisted in planting three other churches in Colorado, California and Arizona. He is the Ethnic Church Planter of the year, 2006, EFCA. He has also served as a lead trainer with the EFCA Church Planting Bootcamps for ten years at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Talbot Theological Seminary, Phoenix Seminary, and ACTS Seminary. He is an effective reruiter, mentor and mobilizer of young leaders in multi-ethnic pastoral ministry, and has great communication skills in vision casting.

 Dr. Peter Lim, ISAAC PacNW Regional Director, has engaged in recruiting and deploying missionary candidates for more than two decades in more than 10 countries, revitalizing youth ministries in churches, providing leadership in church visioning for growth and change, mentoring younger leaders and youth pastors, and is currently researching on Chinese churches in greater LA, and working on publishing his dissertation on growing emotionally healthy Chinese churches for future generations.

Registration Fees: $50 (including materials and lunch on Saturday). Please register by Sep 24th. Payment by check or cash will be accepted on the day of the conference. PLease make checks payable to ISAAC.

Seminar Schedule:

Friday, 7-9.30 pm:
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ransforming Your Church to Impact the Next Generation

In this session we will be covering the following topics:
1. The American Church in Crisis: Snapshots from a groundbreaking Research of over 200,000 churches
2. Group Discussion: In what ways do the Asian American and ethnic churches relate to this crisis and challenge
3. Principles for developing a Transformissional Church (Ray)
4. Process for developing a Transformissional Church (Peter)
5. Introspection and Reflection - Participants to discuss their ministry context and challenges.

Saturday, 10 am-5.30 pm:
Growing a Transformissional Church

Today we will cover the following topics to help you understand what it takes to develop a transofrmissional church (Each session will be followed by Group discussion and Q & A):
1. Missional Focus on Reaching the Next Generation
What the Second Generation wants and needs from the church
What the immigrant generation gives to the second generation
What the community needs from the church
2. Developing a Discipleship Legacy
Dealing with Cultural Captivity – American, Asian and Asian American
Creating a Discipleship Model that focuses on character formation and missional growth
3. Developing a Culture of Internships
What internships look like for the second generation and why they need it
Developing an environment for healthy internship to develop leaders, unleash potential and gifts, etc.
4. Reaching the unchurched Asian Americans - Evangelism strategies

Sponsors: Fuller Theological Seminary, Northwest and Seattle Chinese Alliance Church
We are deeply grateful for the partnership of Fuller Theological Seminary, Northwest and Chinese Alliance Church Seattle in hosting this event.


Peter LimPeter Lim 
Director of ISAAC Pacific Northwest Region
Project Director, Greater LA Chinese Church Research
Institute of the Study of Asian American Christianity
714-394-2754
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