“There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.” Galatians 3:28 In Galatians, Paul is battling opponents of the Galatian church in order for them to understand what the true good news is in both belief and [...]
This is a great religious breakdown for those who are Asian American. Thanks to Pew Research Center for the graphic.
Typically when we speak of American nationalities represented in America, there is a breakdown that goes something like this: White, African American, Hispanic, Asian, etc… The only problem is that “White” is not a nationality; it is a color. What I’ve been learning is the term “white” is a historically nuanced term. When America was [...]
How do we empower Asian Americans to do acts of justice in the name of Jesus in this country and abroad? This issue was brought to my mind when I was sitting down with a pastor who was wondering why Chinese Americans are not involved in issues of inner-city justice issues, and not being moved [...]
Campus Crusade for Christ came out with an excellent article about minority groups and their relation to majority groups in the context of faith. I am an Asian American, and I have some Asian American readers, so this is an important and excellent article: They propose that there are 6 responses of minority groups towards [...]
I recently finished a research paper concerning Asian American leadership and conflicts. It is titled “Cultural Hindrances Asian American Leaders Face in Growing Through Conflicts”. It is really similar to one of my posts, but I wanted to share it with anyone who may want to read a more academic, researched, and thorough version. Here [...]
There’s a very interesting observation about naming children in the American culture vs Asian culture which reveals how we operate in our families. Asian names are generally three characters. The third character distinguishes us from our siblings and cousins, the second often marks which generation of the family we belong to, and the first is [...]