BEC Ramp Training: A Framework for Communal Evangelism

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We listened to dozens of stories and noticed a pattern of Belong-Engage-Commit when Asian Americans start following Jesus. First, they are attracted to the community and find a place to Belong. As their curiosity grows, they start to Engage spiritually and explore their faith. Eventually, they Commit to Jesus. When our communities foster intentional belonging, engaging, and committing, we get to be a witness to God’s love on campus.

BEC Ramp


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Sara Kwon serves as the Associate Director of Coaching and Resources for Asian American Ministries. A 4th generation Japanese American and 3rd generation Chinese American from Los Angeles, she longs for healing, liberating, and dignifying (i.e. good) news for Asian Americans. She holds an MA in Theology and Ministry from Fuller Seminary.