Editor’s Note: Watch the video recording of this event here.

Like a sweeping photographic mosaic, the story of the United States is told by a multitude of smaller stories from the various races, ethnicities, and cultures that form our one nation. In May we celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and it brings with it opportunities to discover stories of achievement, survival, and faith from AAPI communities across the nation.

On May 18, at 2 PM EDT, CT is partnering with Seminary Now to host an informative and thought-provoking online conversation on the intersections of Asian American identity and faith. Featuring a panel of influential leaders who are at the forefront of Christian ministry in the church, academia, and the public square, this interactive webinar will spotlight the stories of Asian American Christians, deepen your knowledge of Asian American culture, and unpack key challenges facing Christian leaders in Asian American spaces.

Join panelists Nikki Toyama-Szeto (Christians for Social Action), Jay Kim (Analog Church), Sabrina S. Chan (InterVarsity Christian Fellowship), Raymond Chang (Asian American Christian Collaborative), and moderator Kayla Maysong Vue (Seminary Now) as they engage these relevant themes of faith, culture, and identity.

Click here to register for this free webinar.