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?
For many Asian American individuals and communities, church is the primary or even only space to learn about mental health and well-being. How can our churches lean into this reality and embrace their role as venues for healing, education, and support?
A recent survey finds that independent English Ministry pastors senior pastors reported ethnic identity as less important than their other AA colleagues.
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?
A podcast about toxic masculinity, being women of color in Christian leadership, and Asian American church culture.
This week on the Centering podcast, we explore #ChurchToo: how the #MeToo movement has affected churches.
For the final episode of our first season, “The Big Questions”, we’re talking ethnic churches. Kevin and Daniel talk about…
This week on Centering, the Asian American Christian podcast, Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary discuss: how…
Growing up, my family ate McDonald’s for Christmas. My parents didn’t quite understand the culturally appropriate way to celebrate Christmas…