Shame can be harmful – but by cultivating compassion, we can change how we relate to ourselves and others when we fall short.
Do I belong anywhere? This kind of question can lead to a lot of restlessness and unease. I know I am not alone with questions of belonging.
Der Lor shares how owning their stories allowed Hmong American leaders at the Yexus Communitas Summit to embrace and proclaim their journeys with Jesus.
A podcast conversation about how childhood family dynamics, internalized context, partner relationship, and other racialized factors can all impact parenting.
Those on the edges of the empire best know its violence. What can we learn about Christ from Danny Thongsy, a Lao American Christian facing deportation?
The Christian life revolves around two focuses: the Cross and the Empty Tomb. We need both to stay growing, faithful, and ready.
Christmas raises all sorts of mixed emotions. But this pain may actually reveal the truth of Christ, the one hope for humanity far from home.
Christians seem to have a complicated relationship with consumerism around Christmas. Spending holidays in Taiwan has emboldened me to look at Christmas in a new light….
This Advent, I find a new sense of solidarity with those Jews who were crying out for their Messiah in a world of problems only a Savior could set right.
Over the past few years, as I have started working closely with indigenous North Americans, my feelings about Thanksgiving have become complicated.
Our connection with our parents – or its lack – is a source of tension for many Asian Americans. Dr. Barbara W. Kim joins us to discuss relating to our parents.
We interpret information based on our relationship with the speaker – so how do we perceive the character of God when hearing and reading scripture?