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.
Accepting the lie that “Asian Americans have always turned a cold shoulder to Blacks and Latinxs” means that supremacy has succeeded in driving a wedge between us and our shared histories.
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?
The holidays are typically my favorite time of the year – a break from work for me and my husband,…
For some, reflecting on the words “creativity, beauty, and faith” can easily bring up a solely white, western-centric theology based…
As a pastor, my vocation is synonymous with prayer. So it was humbling to discover that I did not enjoy praying.
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.
When I get in touch with my pre-colonial regional history, I see that many good, beautiful, and even Christlike aspects come from my Filipino roots and not the false salvation of a colonizer.
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?