30 next gen Asian American church leaders, 2020 edition

For Asian American Heritage Month this May, Thirty.Network’s DJ Chuang curated this list of next gen Asian American church leaders who are doing interesting things in today’s multiethnic world. Using a fuzzy-logic factor of “interestingness” a la Flickr, this list is neither comprehensive nor ranked. We hope they inspire you about the future of the […]

Meetup on Preaching and Communication

Thirty.Network has a new format for a new season. Wilson Wang and Jason Chang are hosting these bi-monthly meetups (bi-monthly meaning every other month, not twice a month) as an interactive time for connections and conversations about helpful topics based on the latest learnings from participants. Our first meetup just happened on November 15th, 2018, […]

Thirty Network Gathering in Pasadena, February 2017

Thirty Network was delighted to connect with new friends and re-connect with old friends at our 2017 Thirty Network Gathering in Pasadena, California on February 22-23. First, a word of thanks to LifeWay Christian Resources and Asian American Center of Fuller Theological Seminary!! Sponsors help to cover the costs that make this event possible and are joining with us […]

Thirty.Network with Dr. David Platt @ Send Conference 2017

At the recent Send Conference (sponsored by IMB & NAMB), Thirty.Network lead contributor, Sam Yoon, hosted a pre-conference Asian American leadership gathering with conference keynote speaker, Dr. David Platt. These unique access points are designed to help build bridges between Asian American church leaders and the evangelical church at large. With a room filled with […]

Are you suggesting we create a color-blind church?

Thirty.Network’s Kevin Nguyen and DJ Chuang shared a breakout session about “Asian Americans Leading Well in a Multiethnic World” at the 2016 Asian American Ministry Conference and collected a handful of questions that will be answered in a series of videos on this blog. This question was posed by one of the participants: “Are you ignoring Asian American history […]