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• What would happen if Asian North American Christians brought more of their culture and identity to church on Sundays?
• How do the biblical forms and freedoms for worship apply to Asian North American settings?
• How might we understand the unity and diversity of Asian North Americans?
• What are some of the particular gifts that Asian North American worshippers can offer to the church and the world as a whole?
Pastor and author Russell Yee set out to answer these questions and ended up writing a book that invites readers to create their own uniquely contextualized worship experiences. Features sample resources and templates for creating your own prayers, litanies, poems, and spoken word pieces!
Russell Yee (Oakland, CA) is an ordained American Baptist minister who led New Life Christian Fellowship (Castro Valley, CA) for ten years and most recently served on the pastoral staff at New Hope Covenant Church (Oakland, CA). A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM) and the Graduate Theological Union (PhD), Yee has been an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary since 1999. A third-generation Asian American, he has directed several groundbreaking contextualized worship projects through grants from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.