Becoming What You Behold

A lesson on the beauty of holiness.

/ January 1, 2019

A Prayer This Christmas

Oh Lord, even in this Christmas season two millennia later we need you. Hear us as we pray.

/ December 24, 2018

Kingdom Politics and Taking a Side

Why taking the side of the Kingdom helps us maintain unity while also pursuing justice.

/ November 16, 2018

Get Involved in Politics, But Don’t Get Immersed in Politics

Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash I moved to the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area in 2012. Prior to the move, I had followed politics sporadically, but I wasn’t too engaged. After 2012, partially due to the political climate of where I...

/ November 6, 2018

Year 501 and Beyond

Today marks year 501 of the Protestant Reformation. We explore three ways the Church can continue her Reformation work into the next 500 years.

/ October 31, 2018

3 Reasons The Church Needs Asian American and Other Minority Voices

I’ve gotten glimpses of God’s good purposes in making me both Chinese and American. And I’m convinced one of the most important reasons has been to equip me for service in his Kingdom.

/ October 9, 2018

Filial Piety, Asian Americans, and Christ

Most Asian Americans have internalized two visions of human flourishing: American self-actualization and Asian familial harmony. How does this play out in our lives? And what does it mean for the Asian American Christian?

/ September 27, 2018

A Prayer For Asian American Students

"Great are the works of the Lord, studied by all who delight in them."

/ September 18, 2018

Setting Boundaries as Asian Americans

Our Asian collectivism side may want us to bear the burdens of others, but our Western individualism side may want us to recognize that people need to bear their own loads. But maybe that tension is a good thing.

/ September 11, 2018

Why We Liked Crazy Rich Asians So Much

One reason why so many Asian-Americans enjoyed Crazy Rich Asians and one implication for ministry in the church.

/ August 30, 2018