Obedience, waiting, not knowing why: thoughts on Abraham and Noah from Radiolab

This is the best talk I’ve ever heard on Abraham and Noah, and it really ministered to me. It feels kind of like a sermon, but it’s not one.  It’s from of all places, Radiolab, the secular science-y Peabody winning

Obedience, waiting, not knowing why: thoughts on Abraham and Noah from Radiolab

This is the best talk I’ve ever heard on Abraham and Noah, and it really ministered to me. It feels kind of like a sermon, but it’s not one.  It’s from of all places, Radiolab, the secular science-y Peabody winning

D’oh! Botching the question: “how being an ethnic minority makes things different for me…”

Oh crap—I just got asked point blank on “how being an ethnic minority makes things different for me” in a room full of white people… Oh crap.  Sure I welcome, the question—I welcome the pondering.  In fact, I encourage the

D’oh! Botching the question: “how being an ethnic minority makes things different for me…”

Oh crap—I just got asked point blank on “how being an ethnic minority makes things different for me” in a room full of white people… Oh crap.  Sure I welcome, the question—I welcome the pondering.  In fact, I encourage the

Strange connections and tales re: Mark Driscoll, the “Evangelical Industrial Complex,” and the Strange fire conference

Okay, I must admit, I’m not the most up-to-date person on every Evangelical happening—I tend to prefer finding out after the fact, after numerous bloggers and media sources have written their synopses.   I know this is sort of anti-thetical

Strange connections and tales re: Mark Driscoll, the “Evangelical Industrial Complex,” and the Strange fire conference

Okay, I must admit, I’m not the most up-to-date person on every Evangelical happening—I tend to prefer finding out after the fact, after numerous bloggers and media sources have written their synopses.   I know this is sort of anti-thetical

Asian American church proponents like myself are not against the Multiethnic church!

I get this vibe—that Christians who are rah rah for multiethnicity think that Christians who are rah rah for Asian American stuff are against them. I get this vibe when a multiethnic person asks me, “you’re not like Famous-to-us AA

Asian American church proponents like myself are not against the Multiethnic church!

I get this vibe—that Christians who are rah rah for multiethnicity think that Christians who are rah rah for Asian American stuff are against them. I get this vibe when a multiethnic person asks me, “you’re not like Famous-to-us AA

Huff Po’s How Asian-American Millennials Practice Faith

Okay, that was interesting. Weird? Confusing? I don’t know? Just watched Huff Po’s live conversation on topic in title.  (I think wordpress only allows certain videos to be embedded, and this is not one of them?)  Link is here. Props to

Huff Po’s How Asian-American Millennials Practice Faith

Okay, that was interesting. Weird? Confusing? I don’t know? Just watched Huff Po’s live conversation on topic in title.  (I think wordpress only allows certain videos to be embedded, and this is not one of them?)  Link is here. Props to

How to move forward towards Christ’s beautiful multiethnic church

A white friend of mine showed me this video (2:48, embedded below) this weekend of Aamer Rahman, a comedian painting a picture of reverse racism.  I thought it was great.  Next to me, I noticed my white friend fuming.  He

How to move forward towards Christ’s beautiful multiethnic church

A white friend of mine showed me this video (2:48, embedded below) this weekend of Aamer Rahman, a comedian painting a picture of reverse racism.  I thought it was great.  Next to me, I noticed my white friend fuming.  He

We are not there yet.

Where to start?  My head is swimming with ideas.  I could write for a long time about these things—but these things also exhaust me. They are tiring, but they also eat at me, and I see them eating at lots

We are not there yet.

Where to start?  My head is swimming with ideas.  I could write for a long time about these things—but these things also exhaust me. They are tiring, but they also eat at me, and I see them eating at lots