MultiAsian.Church is a strategic guide for ministry by Asian Americans, for Asian Americans and non-Asians too, in a multiethnic world. This book is packed with the latest demographics, statistics, real-life examples, stories, and recommendations to quickly inject the reader with pertinent information for ministering among the fastest growing racial ethnic group in America.
"Grounded in years of experience and one of the most networked leaders within the Asian American Christian community, DJ Chuang offers a primer on the current state of Asian American ministry and brings much needed attention to the changes needed in order to engage the future. A must-read practical guide for leaders hoping to serve in Asian American contexts!" ~ Tom Lin, President/CEO of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
"DJ Chuang has had his finger on the pulse of multi-ethnic church development for more than twenty years. Throughout that time, he has informed the growth of the Movement through observation, research, personal networking, and the dissemination of promising practices. In his new book, MultiAsian.Church, DJ provides us with a deeper understanding of the unique contributions and challenges of multi-Asian ministry, and adds to the growing body of literature informing the future of the American Church." ~ Dr. Mark DeYmaz, Pastor of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, President of Mosaix Global Network, Author of Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church and Disruption: Repurposing the Church to Redeem the Community
"Are multi-Asian churches different than multi-ethnic ones? What are the implications for ministry in the West, since Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial grouping in the United States? There is no one more qualified than DJ to answer these questions. Let DJ take you on a journey into the multi-Asian church with his decades of both personal and professional experience through thinking, studying, teaching, and living out these ideas." ~ Daniel Im, Co-Author of Planting Missional Churches and Director of Church Multiplication at NewChurches.com