Monday, April 25, 2005

Having dinner with with Larry Acosta. I'll be at Azusa in May for the UYWI offering some CCDA Institute classes and am doing a forum on the effect immigration issues have our Latino families and youth. Posted by Hello


At 6:58 PM, Blogger David Trigueros said...

A local church in LB is looking at someone from Azusa as Campus Pastor for their multi-site deal. I'm available to share my story from Nicaragua to Long Beach, missional leadership in the emerging culture any time you want me to come along.

At 9:27 PM, Blogger Noel Castellanos said...

I would love to meet you at Azusa if you are planning to attend the UYWI. I want to hear your story, and see how we can connect as we try and encourage young leaders around the nation that want to invest their lives in the barrios and urban communities of our nation.

At 1:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have seen you and Larry polish off more food than that :-) thanks for sharing your thoughts.


At 12:03 PM, Blogger Scott said...

Really looking forward to the UYWI. As one with a Mestizo marriage (I'm gringo, my wife is Mexican) anticipating to raise mestizo children (in the adoption process right now) and ministering in a new mestizo community (black & latino & asian college students) - Your blog is a refreshing watering hole. Thanks.

At 2:41 PM, Blogger Noel Castellanos said...

Hope to meet you at UYWI. I'll be there with my entire family.

At 1:13 AM, Anonymous Tommy Torres said...

Hi Noel,

My name is Tommy Torres. I met you in Los Angeles along with Isaias Mercado in 2003 through Larry Perez. Then we met again during one of your visits to Kansas City when you spoke at the Promise Keepers event. I carried your bag, tagged along, and I learned so much. Thanks for the opportunity! I am currently the National Youth Director for the Defenders of the Christian Faith Movement (Young Defenders) and am trying to put together something different and new for our youth organization. We have a good representation of students and leaders in 5 regions of the United States in major urban areas such as Los Angeles (my hometown), New York, Chicago, Boston, and some churches in Florida, Kansas, Minnesota, and Missouri. I would like to speak with you about a few ideas that I have and get your take on how to implement and develop a leadership training program for our youth leaders in each region. You can call me at 913-907-6531 or send me an email to


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