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Asian American Theologian: Our ‘Culture’ Is Not to Blame
When it comes to the community’s response to trauma and anxiety, Daniel D. Lee calls for a closer look at the dynamics of racism and the migrant experience.
After Shooting, California Churches’ Lunar New Year Celebrations Turned Solemn
Blocks away from the Monterey Park and Alhambra crime scenes, some Asian American pastors adjusted services and offered prayers to address the tragedy.
At Gracepoint Ministries, ‘Whole-Life Discipleship’ Took Its Toll
As the predominantly Asian American church network expands to dozens of college towns, former members come forward with claims of spiritual abuse.
Cru Divided Over Emphasis on Race
Within the parachurch ministry, critics allege its recent approach to diversity has relied on critical race theory and resulted in “mission drift.”
Young Asian American Christians Are Finding Their Voice on Racial Justice
Millennial and Gen-Z generations are intentionally pursuing reconciliation.
What Kanye West’s Sunday Service Taught Me About Grace
When I visited Kanye's Sunday Service, I was met by contradiction, a mix of characters, and a spiritual lesson.