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Special Joint PaLM and InterVarsity Meeting with Paul Tokunaga in New York City August 8, 2006

Posted by peterong in Asian American, Asian American Campus, Asian American Laity Ministry, Events.



Paul Tokunaga

Pastoral and Laity Ministries (PaLM) and Intervarsity Christian Fellowship will host a lunch and discussion with Paul Tokunaga. Mr. Tokunaga serves with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship since 1973.

He is responsible in a variety of leadership and management roles. His current role with InterVarsity is the National Asian American Ministry Coordinator and Associate Dean for Leadership Development. He is also the director of The Daniel Project, a 15-month intensive leadership development program to prepare Blacks, Latinos and Asian Americans for senior leadership positions in InterVarsity.

His ministry’s main focus is equipping and training young Asian-Americans for Christian leadership. He has written numerous books and articles including “Invitation to Lead: Guidance for Emerging Asian American Leaders” and “Following Jesus Without Dishonoring Your Parents” (www.ivpress.com).

The lunch/meeting will focus on our personal development as leaders in the church and how to develop new leaders. We will address the complexities of the pervasive issues which are expressed in the Asian American church and culture. There will be a time of Q&A and then lunch! We will also have copies of Paul’s books at a deeply discounted price if you’re interested.

So we invite pastors and church leaders and future church leaders to join us on Friday, Sept. 1st from 11-2pm at Chinese Evangel Mission Church – Queens. Please RSVP by August 25 so we can order food accordingly. Free food but not free books.



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