In years past, Korean pastors like myself were told that few white people would sit under a non-white pastor. This has largely proven true with only a few exceptions here and there. But a new generation is rising…one that not only is more tolerant of other (non-white) perspectives, but is actually seeking them out so as to enrich their own. What this means for us is that whereas in the past a truly multicultural church was mostly wishful thinking, the possibility of such a thing is much more likely now.via https://www.facebook.com/Andante/posts/10154349529776763
Looking for a way to print wirelessly over wifi from a Windows 10 laptop to an Airport Extreme (version 7.7.8) base station with a USB printer connected. The printer is a Canon MX330 series.
I’m able to print from other Mac’s using the wifi network, including an iMac 27″, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro. Haven’t yet figured out how to print from the Windows 10 laptop.
Here’s what answers I’ve found thru web searches and will update this blog post with what works and what doesn’t, after I try them:
has detailed instructions [this one uses adding a printer onto a TCP/IP Port]
says Apple changed the port they use from 9100 to 9101 [essentially, in Windows, add printer, use port number 9101] and the thread also refers to this 2013 video, Windows Printing For Apple AirPort Extreme without Bonjour Wireless wifi. (and in the video's comment thread, people have said it worked with Windows 8, 10, 7..)
To be continued…
Stay tuned and I’ll update this blog post after I test these solutions and see if any of them work, or if I have to do something different..
Learn more about the history and learnings from the earlier English ministry pastors and church leaders that were in the ethnic Chinese churches of the United States. EM pastors of Korean American churches and other Asian American ethnicities will find these articles as a reference of research.
The following resources are free downloads at open.djchuang.com
Fellowship of American Chinese Evangelicals (FACE)
FACE published a quarterly newsletter, AboutFACE, from 1979-2003 and entire archive can be downloaded.
Alternatively, this collection of articles was adapted and published as a book in 2009, “Completing the FACE of the Chinese Church in America: the ABC Handbook: Promoting Effective Ministries to American-Born Chinese” by William L. Eng, Joseph C. Wong, Wayland Wong, David K. Woo and Peter Yuen.
Chinese American Christians (CAC) Forum
The CAC Forum was an active discussion forum that ran from 1995 to 2002. The CAC Forum archives provide a historical knowledge base about Chinese/Asian American Christianity.
Venn Diagram is an event for Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Christians organized by the InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries. Yes, Asian American Christians and politics. Hashtag #aapijesuspolitics. Its 5th time was at Fuller Seminary on Saturday, January 19, 2019; this is excerpted from the Facebook event facebook.com/events/347443382696361 —
Join us for our fifth forum to explore the complexities and gifts of the AAPI Christian experience! Our theme for this forum is “Being Faithful Amidst Polarizing Chaos”. Come find a space to be fully Asian American/Pacific Islander and Christian in our current sociopolitical context.
Featured Faculty Presenters:
SueJeanne Koh, ThD, Theology & Ethics, UC Irvine ASAM/RS
Ji Son, PhD, Cognitive Science, CSULA
Szu Wang, PhD, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, UC Irvine
We are excited to have Rev. Dr. Jeff Liou facilitate the faculty panel and discussion. In addition to a faculty panel, we will gather around practitioners for workshops geared towards practical next steps.
… Hosted by: InterVarsity’s Faculty Ministries Southern California
Tweets from Venn Diagram events
What I like to do is share freely for the good of humanity. There are plenty of people that want to make money from the things they do for other people. Make no mistake, I need to make money to pay the bills, too. I am not financially independent. But, in my free time, I like to be generous in sharing information and resources. That’s why I do what I do at open.djchuang.com – which is powered by the New Google Sites.
Not salvation in the Christian sense
Not to be confused here, I am not using religious jargon and terminology when using words like saving or knowledge, or good, or evil. In a certain context and in a certain book, those may have specific particular meaning. On this blog post and in that website, it’s mostly just the generic meaning of those plain English words.