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Meet Prasanna Vuppula, A2/India Alumnus

pras-and-company.pngRecently, we had the opportunity to meet with an Asian Access graduate who has seen God use his Asia Access experience to prepare him for his new ministry. Prasanna Vuppula (who goes by Pras) is based in Hyderabad, Telangana, in south-central India. A long-time pastor, he realized several years ago that while on the outside his ministry looked good, inside, he was struggling spiritually. “By 2011, I had to face the fact that I was struggling spiritually,” Pras told us. “Unfortunately, I did not feel free to share my struggles with the church community where I ministered. In India, the Church can often be a legalistic place where we are afraid to reveal our true selves.” It was at this time that Christopher Uputuri, who helps to lead Asian Access/India, approached Pras with an invitation to join the upcoming South India cohort...

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If you spend any time in the Philippines, you will learn quickly that basketball is amazingly popular. Filipinos love to play, watch, and talk about the sport. So when we set up the schedule for Asian Access Philippines Class One, we made sure to build in afternoon time for our leaders to enjoy their favorite pastime.  What we hadn’t counted on is how much our leaders were invested in sharing, and hearing, one another’s life stories. The second full day of an A2 first session focuses on developing and sharing a timeline—a poster-sized template that allows each leader to map out their personal, spiritual, and ministry journeys.  The morning is spent developing the timelines, then everyone breaks for lunch. Upon returning from lunch...

wesley at 50thAn Asian Pastor's Journey from Career to Calling

On May 1st, Asian Access released a brand new series called, Eastern Voices: Insight, Perspective, and Vision from Kingdom Leaders in Asia In Their Own Words.

Today, we'd like you to meet Wesley...

For decades, Wesley Kyaw Thura misinterpreted "calling" as building a ministry career. Then God used dramatic circumstances to inspire him to resign his pastorate and denominational positions to become a zero—a "nothing man". In the process, Wesley discovered his calling and found his soul.

From Eastern Voices, Vol. 1: "Losing My Face to Find My Soul" (chp 1)...

Takeshi Takazawa video screengrabTakeshi wants "Eastern Voices" to introduce Asian leaders to the West and to promote dialogue

On May 1st, Asian Access released a brand new series called, Eastern Voices: Insight, Perspective, and Vision from Kingdom Leaders in Asia In Their Own Words.

Takeshi Takazawa expands on how the reader can best engage "Eastern Voices"—getting to know the writers as people, hearing their stories, and thinking of questions that could be asked of their brothers and sisters in Asia that would help to build and deepen the conversation... 

EV1 final title slide 2017 04 25 flat 700pxGroundbreaking book released May 1 platforms national leaders across Asia

Asian Access is releasing a brand new series today called, Eastern Voices: Insight, Perspective, and Vision from Kingdom Leaders in Asia In Their Own Words.

Noel Becchetti, VP for Leader Development at Asian Access served as editor of the compilation of 14 stories from 15 different Asian authors. In his introduction, Becchetti writes:

"It's time to hear the voices. The voices have actually...

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