Scott and Derek talk to Adam Ch’ng, the pastor of Cross and Crown in Melbourne an ABC (Australian Born Chinese) about what pastors need to understand about the Asian heritage if they’re to successfully recruit Asians to the ministry.

Australia’s population growth is derived from roughly two immigrants for every person born locally, and a hefty percentage of those choosing to make this country their home are from an Asian nation. These truths have a dramatic impact on the way ministry leaders should go about training up a new generation of Christian leaders.

Scott and Derek talk to Adam Ch’ng, the pastor of Cross and Crown in Melbourne an ABC (Australian Born Chinese) about what pastors need to understand about the Asian heritage if they’re to successfully recruit Asians to the ministry.

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