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The Challenge of Neighborhood-Church Relations for Gardena Valley Baptist Church


Written June 10, 2011 for my “Asian American Churches and their Missional Contexts” Class at Fuller Theological Seminary For the Shalom of the City: The Challenge of Neighborhood-Church Relations for Gardena Valley Baptist Church Introduction How can Gardena Valley Baptist Church (GVBC) strengthen its relationship with its neighborhood? This has been a recent topic of … Continue reading

The Rose that Grew from Concrete: A Church’s Call to its Neighborhood


Written July 15, 2011 during my time at GVBC as pastoral intern of neighborhood impact. This article was one of my quarterly support letters written to the congregation about my involvement on staff. My dear friend, TJ Tallie, told me after this was sent out to the church: “I love love LOVE any pastoral support … Continue reading

An Asian American Evangelical Church’s Call: Seeing the Humanity in Our (Black and Low-Income) Neighbors


I wrote this article in July 2011 for GVBC’s bi-weekly Spirit newsletter, when I was on Gardena Valley Baptist Church staff as pastoral intern of neighborhood impact. It was an attempt to help our church members begin the process of looking inward at our isms, beliefs, and values which may restrict our openness toward those … Continue reading

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