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Asian Young Life, Tenafly, New Jersey

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Address: PMB 148
Tenafly, New Jersey  07670  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 8
Number of People Being Served: 300
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Mission Statement


  • Go where Asian kids congregate
  • Accept Asian kids as they are and with no strings attached
  • Build on kids' instinct for adventure
  • Learn how to walk in wisdom and respect with those outside the Christian faith
  • Recognize the dignity of each person
  • Expect to earn the right to be heard
  • Find a neutral setting to meet together
  • Create an environment that is casual and non-threatening
  • Capitalize on the elements of good humor and music to establish an openness of mind and heart
  • Consider it a sin to bore kids, especially with the gospel of Jesus Christ
  • Speak naturally and conversationally and in terms familiar to a teenager's vocabulary
  • Communicate our enthusiasm and certainties, rather than flaunt our doubts
  • Affirm Asian kids' individual and cultural identities


Description


Asian Young Life is a Christian missions organization committed to making a difference in the lives of Asian American teenagers.

Asian Young Life is a Christian missions organization committed to making a difference in the lives of Asian American teenagers.

Mission Statement:

  • Go where Asian kids congregate
  • Accept Asian kids as they are and with no strings attached
  • Build on kids' instinct for adventure
  • Learn how to walk in wisdom and respect with those outside the Christian faith
  • Recognize the dignity of each person
  • Expect to earn the right to be heard
  • Find a neutral setting to meet together
  • Create an environment that is casual and non-threatening
  • Capitalize on the elements of good humor and music to establish an openness of mind and heart
  • Consider it a sin to bore kids, especially with the gospel of Jesus Christ
  • Speak naturally and conversationally and in terms familiar to a teenager's vocabulary
  • Communicate our enthusiasm and certainties, rather than flaunt our doubts
  • Affirm Asian kids' individual and cultural identities

Organizational Statement of Faith


See http://www.younglife.org/AboutYoungLife/StatementOfFaith.htm


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Young Life


Program Type:


Youth Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes