Asian American Ministries

Developing and empowering distinctly Asian American Christian leaders

Asian American Ministries (AAM) aims to help IV honor and reach all Asian American communities on campus with the gospel to bless their communities and the world.

We’ve compiled here resources for Asian American planting, evangelism, Bible studies, and more. Included are also some specific resources for Pilipino, South Asian, and Southeast Asian communities. For more info, please contact AAM at aam@intervarsity.org.

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A group of students of East and SouthEast Asian descent sitting in a circle eating and playing music.
Communal planting is an inclusive, interdependent posture of planting that replaces the predominant individual narrative (one person reaching out to an individual/group) with a new communal invitation through three major components: contributing our gifts, discerning our communal call, and hosting belonging.
Do you wonder how Jesus might speak into your unique South Asian cultural experience? This seven-week discipleship series, created by South Asian InterVarsity staff for South Asian College students, will challenge you to take bold new risks, go deep and encounter the God of your people.
A six-week Bible study series for Pilipino American students to explore their Pilipino identity by studying Moses' journey throughout Exodus. Each week, students will go through an anecdote related to Pilipino identity, a passage in Exodus and a related application. This is a great starter Bible study for Pilipino small groups or chapters to go through to be discipled in their ethnic identity, evangelism, lordship issues and more!
Lunch break is an open space for community building, deeper conversations, and storytelling through food. It is a fun way to casually get to know people through a meal and intentional conversation. Build trust and relationship by inviting someone new and exploring the conversation topics below. Part of the "Have You Eaten Yet?" Campaign.
Follow up is walking with people in our community through keeping in touch and checking in with people that we meet. This resource highlights tips and ideas for follow up that are both individual and communal.
Someone reached out to you and invited you to belong. Now we have the chance to be those hospitable people to new and returning students. This resource will help you grow in intentionality and hospitality and embody God’s heart of welcome to others by making invitations as a community. Part of the Communal Evangelism Toolkit.