An episode examines acculturation and internalized racism as it relates to belonging to a Christian community.
An episode on Christian communities specifically caring for Asian American women.
In this episode, Der and Melba share about the tension and unity between their ethnic (Hmong, Indian) and racial (Asian American) identities.
For the first episode of the season, recorded during the COVID-19 global pandemic, Melba and Der look at the ways that Asian American community values are being challenged – or embraced – during this unprecedented time.
I do believe that Jesus has something to say to South Asian women. Jesus regularly healed and walked alongside the women who were most marginalized in society.
Jessica ChenFeng speaks on the way that God’s love for us can transform how Asian Americans see ourselves, our bodies, and our communities.
Professor Jane Hong, shares about anti-Asian exclusion and violence, and what faithful Christian discipleship can look like in Asian American bodies.
Pastor Tim Tseng speaks about pan-ethnic Asian American identity, and how AA Christians can understand our shared identity.
Did I have the energy and courage to bring my full self, as an adopted woman of color, into a room teeming with white majority culture?
Jessica ChenFeng, PhD, LMFT, addresses “Psychology, Race, and Evangelicalism”.
Alvin Alvarez, PhD, co-author of “Asian American Psychology: Current Perspectives” addresses the question: “Does Race Matter for Asian Americans?”
For some, reflecting on the words “creativity, beauty, and faith” can easily bring up a solely white, western-centric theology based…