The Asian American population--nearly 18 million at the time of the 2010 census--continues to grow steadily, with U.S. immigrants from Asian countries recently surpassing those from Hispanic ones. About three quarters of Buddhist and Hindu Asian Americans commemorate Christmas, and Asian Americans are the most likely of any racial group to enter interracial marriages. According to a Pew Forum survey in 2012, almost half of Asian Americans are Christian, with 13 percent of those identifying as evangelical.
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- Pastors Launch Church-Planting Network for ‘Black and Brown Neighborhoods’A new initiative led by Thabiti Anyabwile aims to support leaders serving in distressed urban areas.
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- Andy Crouch: The Return of ShameFrom online bullying to Twitter takedowns, shame is becoming a dominant force in the West. Thankfully, the Bible is full of language about shame. It's just that most Westerners don't see it.
- After Shooting, California Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned SolemnBlocks away from the Monterey Park and Alhambra crime scenes, some Asian American pastors adjusted services and offered prayers to address the tragedy.简体中文繁體中文
- 1 in 3 American Evangelicals Is a Person of ColorBut study of 101,000 people across 50 states discovers denominations make a big difference.