The ISAAC symposium provided a 3rd space of learning by gathering both scholars and church leaders for an invigorating series of discourses to raise spiritual leaders for social impact.
The annual Symposium was established in order to address the unique challenges facing Asian American Christians and churches in all their generational, cultural, and theological differences.
After partnering with Fuller Theological Seminary for the first three symposia, the annual symposium has since been hosted by local Asian American churches (YoungNak Celebration Church, Evergreen Baptist Church SGV).
- “Asian American Perspective and Contribution” – First Equipping Symposium (November 2009)
- “The Lost Coin” – Second Equipping Symposium (February 2011)
- “Healing of Memories” – Third Equipping Symposium (March 2012)
- “When Theologies Hit The Ground” – (November 2012)
- “Healing of Memories, Healing of Finances” – Fifth Equipping Symposium (October 2013)
- “A Christian Vision of Belonging: Race & Gender” – Sixth Equipping Symposium (November 2014)
- “Christianity Next: Done’s and None’s” – Seventh Equipping Symposium (February 2016)