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  • Title: Asian American Christian Fellowship |
    Descriptive info: .. Navigation.. About AACF.. Campuses.. For Students.. For Staff.. Looking for an AACF?.. If you are a student looking for an AACF near you, please check out our current campuses!.. Read More.. What does Asian American Christian Fellowship hope to accomplish? From its Mission to Vision, AACF strives to reach into the college campus with the powerful life changing message of Jesus Christ.. See what else makes us tick.. What makes AACF different from any other faith based student organization? One word.. Empowerment.. As a student, find out how AACF can change your life.. There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.. Asian American Christian Fellowship:.. Empowering college students since 1977.. Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) began as the campus ministries of the Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society (JEMS) in the  ...   college and university campuses.. AACF desires to serve Jesus Christ on these campuses to reach the 95% of Asian Americans who do not know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior, as this is the last major opportunity to share Jesus as students congregate on college and university campuses and ponder major decisions for their future.. AACF provides opportunities for students to grapple with the issue of God in their lives as well as explore the opportunity to serve their campuses and fellow students as they live out the life of Jesus while on campus.. FACEBOOK PAGE.. QUICK LINKS.. CONTACT.. AACF.. 948 East Second Street.. Los Angeles, CA 90012.. Telephone: (213) 613-0022.. Fax: (213) 613-0211.. EMAIL.. Name.. (required).. Email.. Comment.. Asian American Christian Fellowship.. | A campus ministry of.. JEMS.. © 2013..

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  • Title: About AACF | Asian American Christian Fellowship
    Descriptive info: Home.. About AACF.. Background.. AACF recently celebrated 40 years of ministry.. We are part of the Campus Ministries of the Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society.. For more information about JEMS, please go to www.. JEMS.. org.. In 1972-73, a group of students formed the JEMS Campus Bible Study at Cal State Los Angeles.. Soon, other similar groups began to form throughout Southern California.. In 1977, the group at Cal State Long Beach adopted the name Asian American Christian Fellowship, which eventually became the official name of our ministry.. AACF Mission Statement.. The mission of Asian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) is to reach into the university and collegiate community, primarily to those who are Asian Pacific Americans, with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.. Our Vision.. We are committed to making disciples by educating and equipping students in biblical foundations, Christian disciplines, and the development of spiritual gifts in order to prepare them for witness and service on the campus, in the local church, in the marketplace, and in world missions.. Who We Are.. Jesus commands us in the Great Commission that we are to go to all the nations.. We understand the word nations not to mean geo-political boundaries but a command to go to all the ethnos or people groups.. The Bible instructs us to creatively go with the never changing message of Jesus Christ to all peoples.. AACF is called to teach people, specifically those who relate to being Asian Pacific Americans, biblical foundations within a culturally-sensitive context so that their faith will be lived out in a growing and dynamic manner.. Challenge.. Asian American Christian Fellowship is a ministry geared to reach Asian American college students.. Before us is the immense task of reaching the 95% Asian Americans who do not know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.. This is the last major opportunity to share  ...   nurture them for service on the campus.. As members of this team, Campus Ministers advise and counsel student leaders to grow as disciples alongside the students as they reach the campus for Jesus Christ.. AACF Statement of Faith.. A.. sian American Christian Fellowship (AACF) as the campus ministry division of JEMS, believes: » That the Bible is God s Word, written by men divinely and uniquely inspired by the Holy Spirit, and that it is the supreme and final authority in all matters of faith and conduct.. In One God, eternally existing in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.. In Jesus Christ, the world s only Savior; in His pre-existence, virgin birth, sinless life, vicarious death, burial, and bodily resurrection and personal return.. In the Holy Spirit as a Person, indwelling and empowering the believer, convicting the unsaved and presenting the claims of Christ.. That sinful man is lost and can be redeemed only by the death and shed blood of Christ upon the cross through the regeneration of the Holy Spirit.. In the resurrection of the dead, the believer to life everlasting and the unbeliever to eternal condemnation.. That the Church, the Body of Christ, is comprised of all who have accepted the redemption provided by Christ.. Current Objectives.. In order to accomplish our mission and fulfill our vision, AACF will focus on:.. Providing intentional Christian education and leadership training of staff and students.. Planting new AACFs throughout the Western United States on strategic campuses that have significant populations of unreached Asian Pacific Americans.. Growing fiscally sound by biblical support-raising, financial accountability, and providing a manageable campus accounting system.. Partnering with local churches to facilitate these objectives and to enfold students into the church community by graduation.. Participating in the work of collaboration with the college and university campuses and those that serve them via the.. Chicago Agreement..

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  • Title: Campuses | Asian American Christian Fellowship
    Descriptive info: Campuses.. AACF in PACIFIC NORTHWEST.. UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON AACF.. AACF in NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT BERKELEY AACF.. SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY AACF.. SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SANTA CRUZ AACF.. AACF in CENTRAL CALIFORNIA.. CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO AACF.. AACF in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SANTA BARBARA AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES AACF.. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY AT LONG BEACH AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT IRVINE AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT RIVERSIDE AACF.. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN DIEGO AACF..

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  • Title: For Students | Asian American Christian Fellowship
    Descriptive info: For Students.. What is AACF?.. AACF is a ministry that empowers students to be a part of God’s work on the college campus, from being a follower to developing as a leader.. For over 40 years, AACF has been active in helping students discover ways that God has gifted them for ministry and then giving them opportunities to help lead their peers to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ.. Below is just a few questions we typcially hear about AACF.. We believe that our ministry can be a place in which you can advance as a follower of Jesus Christ and as a spiritual leader in your community.. Please be sure to contact us with other questions you might have regarding AACF.. Why Asian American?.. We have wrestled with this question for many years.. But as we prayed about our identity, we have come to believe that the Holy Spirit has given us a specific call to students who identify with Asian American culture and ethnicity.. AACF provides a place for students to learn and practice models of worship, preaching/teaching, leadership and discipleship that are specific to Asian Americans.. Most importantly, we know that sharing the gospel within our specific Asian context helps our friends to process more completely what it means to follow Jesus Christ.. Of course, we are open to people of all ethnic heritages.. There are Asian students who choose not to attend AACF and there are non-Asian students who have made AACF their spiritual home on campus.. No matter what your cultural background might be, if you visit one of our AACF groups and you sense that is where God wants you to be, we welcome you!.. Where Can I Find an AACF?.. Currently, we are situated on thirteen campuses throughout the West Coast.. You can go to the.. Campus Page.. to see contact information for each school.. California  ...   to their peers.. As members of this team, Campus Ministers advise and counsel student leaders to grow as disciples as they reach the campus for Jesus Christ.. How are Students Prepared to Lead the Ministries on their Campuses?.. Student leaders gather every June at the AACF Leadership Training Conference (LTC) to plan for outreach and fellowship on their campuses.. This event includes messages, workshops, prayer, interactive learning activities and a time for campus groups to bond and plan together.. During the school year, other regional training events are held for further equipping.. Student leaders also meet regularly to offer support and training to meet the special needs of their fellowship.. Committed leaders who pray and care for their community with God s love is a model of leadership we trust will carry over as students become active in their local church.. How Can I Start a New AACF on My Campus?.. We are actively pursuing new venues for AACF.. If you are interested in starting a new ministry, don’t do it alone.. Find a group of likeminded believers who would like to partner with you in such a venture.. When you have at least five others who would support you in establishing an AACF on your campus, please contact us at.. i f a c o g.. (or use the contact form on our website footer) and we will help you through the process.. If you are familiar with any of our campus ministers, you may also ask them for further help and information.. Get to know your campus minister.. Click.. to see a list of current staff Bios.. Find a campus near you.. Did you know AACF has campuses all over the West Coast?.. Check out.. our current AACF campuses.. Want to start an AACF on your campus?.. Please contact us at f.. org (or use the contact form on our website footer)!..

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  • Title: For Staff | Asian American Christian Fellowship
    Descriptive info: For Staff.. This content is password protected.. To view it please enter your password below:.. Password:..

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  • Title: Current Staff | Asian American Christian Fellowship
    Descriptive info: Current Staff.. Current Staff.. Victor Quon has been involved with AACF since 1983.. He first served as a volunteer staff at UC San Diego, San Diego State San Jose State.. Then after completing his time as a youth pastor, Victor returned to AACF as a paid campus minister in 2008.. Along with being on the Leadership Team, he also staffs San Jose State AACF.. Victor and his wife, Jennie, live in San Jose with their three kids, Enoch, Naomi Austin.. He is a loyal fan of the San Diego Chargers and San Diego Padres.. In his spare time, Victor likes to solve Sudoku puzzles and study Mountain Dew and chocolate donuts.. u a r / Leadership Team.. A former AACF UW student leader, Melanie Mar Chow called in 1987 to volunteer for Director Rich Hong.. In 1989 she began serving as a paid campus minister at UCLA.. She has served as Co-Director with Tommy Dyo, then the Leadership Team since 1994.. Married to Bruce, and co-parent of Chloe, she has taught them to love all things Disney, especially animated movies, watching basketball, and taste testing what she cooks for large groups.. M.. how f.. / Leadership Team.. Carolyn Shimabukuro considers it a privilege to walk on campus and come along side students as they emerge as young adults.. It is my prayer that I might help students experience the love and grace of God and to become life long passionate followers of Jesus Christ.. While studying at Fuller Seminary inPasadenabegan serving AACF as an intern for JEMS.. I staffed at UCLA, UC Irvine, CalState Northridge and on my return to the PNW, I serve as a campus minister at UW, JEMS PNW Director and a spiritual director for All Seasons Counseling and.. and John are my two young adult children.. In my leisure you can find me reading, mushroom hunting, downhill skiing and enjoying friends and sushi!.. P W r n i / University of Washington.. Cathy Wu graduated from the University of Washington in 2010 where she served in AACF as a student leader.. She studied Visual Communication Design and is currently working as a designer for Urbanspoon.. Since graduation, God has slowly drawn her back to serving with AACF, first as a resource two years ago and now as a volunteer campus minister as of May 2013.. She enjoys documenting things andoverly fascinated by the Myers Briggs personality test.. i v.. gm.. c / University of Washington.. Nathan Fong graduated from the University of Washington in 2007, where he served as a student in AACF.. After graduating with a degree in Computer Engineering, he now works for Walt Disney in Seattle as a Software Engineer.. After taking two years to adjust to the real world, he was called back to college ministry and joined AACF staff as a volunteer campus minister.. Along with carrying a full time job and ministering to college students, Nathan has started seminary part-time at Fuller Northwest with the hopes of getting a Master of Arts in Theology with an emphasis on biblical studies.. With his copious amounts of spare time, Nathan s other interests include baking, photography, reading anything related to biblical studies, theology and Christian culture.. o g a o g / University of Washington.. Chong Ahn graduated from University of Washington in 2003 where he first became involved with AACF as a student leader.. In 2006 he became a volunteer campus minister at AACF and he discovered his love for working with college students.. To further his ministry skills he studied in Australia at Hillsong International Leadership College from 2009-2011 and came back to AACF in 2012 as a paid staff member.. Chong s other passions includes filmmaking, sports, and being a geek.. Yep all those things go smoothly together.. C hn ac or / University of Washington.. Edward (or Ed) Kwong graduated from UC Riverside in 2008, where he served in AACF as a student.. After graduating, it wasn t long until God started to sprout the seed of campus ministry in his heart (originally planted by Warren Hino).. Edward currently serves as a volunteer campus minister at UC Davis since 2010.. He resides in San Francisco, home of the 5-time Superbowl Champions,49ers and 7-time World Series Champions, Giants.. In order to pay the bills, Edward currently works in the digital advertising and marketing industry.. On his spare time, he likes to travel, play video games, cook and keep up his foodie habits all over the SF bay area and beyond.. w n.. r / UC Davis.. Dave Fong has been involved with  ...   understood the gospel impact that the group could possibly have to make Christ known not only on the UCLA campus but on the city of LA.. Danny currently works full time for the LA County Department of Mental Health as a Psychiatric Therapist specializing in program policy and is an adjunct professor at USC for the School of Social Work teaching community policy and development.. In his leisure time, you can find Danny reading or cheering for USC Football, the Lakers, the LA Kings, or the Dodgers.. a y e n d m l o / UC Los Angeles.. Bruce Chow graduated from UCLA with a BS in Engineering in 1977 with a yearning to do something to save the environment.. the process he helped start the UCLA AACF group.. He went on to Stanford to get his MS in Environmental Engineering after working with another group to start an AACF there.. never could stay away from AACF, serving on the JEMS Board (AACF parent organization) as AACF s representative and then coming on as volunteer staff in 1992.. loves nature photography, but also likes to tell stories with candid and sports photography (i.. e.. , as his daughter s high school basketball team s photographer).. likes to engage in small group discussions on issues of faith and is the official discussion questions writer for his home church.. h w c b l b e / Staff Mentor at UCLA/USC.. Ashley Donald graduated from Cal State Long Beach in 2009 with her B.. A.. in English Education and received her Single Subject Credential in 2011.. She was active in AACF throughout college and has served in multiple leadership roles.. A seed was planted in her early on in her college career.. After graduating, through her love for the ministry, Ashley became a volunteer campus minister at CSULB where she has served since 2010.. She currently works as a substitute teacher while hopefully landing a full-time teaching career in the near future.. Ashley is active at her home church working with the Middle School Ministry and Young Adult Ministry.. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, scrapbooking, drinking tea, and watching hockey.. / California State Long Beach.. Betty Chen graduated from UC Irvine in 2005 w/ her B.. S in Applied Ecology and a minor in Epidemiology and Public Health.. was active all 5 years in AACF at UCI in which she served in multiple roles as a student leader.. eventually pursued graduate school in which she has earned her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) and has been in practice since Jan.. 2011 where she thoroughly enjoys being a physical terrorist I mean Physical Therapist to all the little grandma/grandpas and people of all ages in the greater south Orange County region.. , the Lord opened up the door and called Betty back into ministry to serve on staff as a volunteer campus minister for AACF UC Irvine and from there she enjoys being able to minister, hang out, encourage/pray with and just plain share life-on-life w/ the college students at UCI.. Betty s free time while hanging out w/ her fellow AACF kiddoes, Betty enjoys and takes advantage of her youthful looks by sometimes playing it off like she s a 3rd year transfer student and messin with her college kids.. but for reals though during her spare time Betty enjoys playing soccer, going snowboarding, running, drinking coffee, playing mindless games like Minion Rush, and wasting time and veggin out in front of the TV.. h a f r / UC Irvine.. Evelyn (Fan) Encarnacion has been with AACF as a volunteer staff at UC San Diego since 1999.. UCSD was her alma mater and she felt called to give back to the ministry that allowed her to grow in her walk.. When not discipling girls,large group meetings, or working with the core group Evelyn works full time as a Systems Test Engineer.. Evelyn lives in San Diego with her husband Noel, and dog Romeo.. In her free time she enjoys traveling, eating, cooking, and crafts.. car on.. or / UC San Diego.. Mark Quan’s involvement with AACF began as an undergraduate student at UCLA and then a graduate student at Stanford.. 1998, Mark became a volunteer campus minister at UCSD while maintaining a career in the electric industry providing consulting services to utilities throughout North America.. Mark lives a busy life with his wife, Anna and two sons, Alex and Joshua.. When time allows, you’ll find Mark cycling, running, swimming, travelling, golfing, parenting, and recovering.. n aa g / UC San Diego..

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  • Title: For Students | Asian American Christian Fellowship
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