In the wake of the Rodney King trial, LAPD withdrew from Koreatown and South Central, leaving those ethnic neighborhoods to burn…
The next generation will be the most racially mixed of all – what does this mean for AAPI churches, our communities, and our theology?
Uncle Cecil graduated with an engineering degree from USC around 1936 and discovered to his dismay that no one would hire him. In desperation, he took on a welder’s job at a fishing-boat repair shop in San Pedro. Very quickly he became a master…
Nikita Joy and Dr. Joyce Del Rosario join us for a podcast on self-care and survival amidst microaggressions and marginalization.
Why does Christian culture have such an obsession with marriage, while young people are getting married later, or not at all?
In my family, we not only have Turkey but also Chinese dim sum and sushi — which always confused my friends unfamiliar with Asian-American traditions.
A podcast about toxic masculinity, being women of color in Christian leadership, and Asian American church culture.
[A]nd provide for those who grieve in Zion — to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes.…
This week on the Centering podcast, we explore #ChurchToo: how the #MeToo movement has affected churches.
Irene Cho is joined by Angie Hong, SueAnn Shiah, and Julie Tai to ask: what does Asian American worship look like, where does it start, and what does our future hold?