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Choosing Friendship over Doctrine: Rethinking my Approach Towards Conservative Asian American Christians


(We all know how difficult it can be to discuss controversial topics, such as politics or theology, with friends who have different beliefs than you. The following is a brief reflection on my process of choosing friendship over being right.) Recently, I attended an evangelical event with some 300 other Asian Americans. The event had … Continue reading

Reflections on How We Discuss Politics at Church


(Note: Below is a reflection on the problems with how we discuss politics at church. For context, I’ve noticed this pattern in the churches I either attend or am familiar with, which are largely evangelical, conservative, Asian American, and multi-generational with leadership over the age of 50.) Shortly after the 2012 presidential elections, I engaged … Continue reading

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