All posts by Andrew Ong

Andrew is an ABC (American Born Chinese) born to ABCs from Northern California. After completing a B.A. in Psychology and Social Behavior at the University of California, Irvine, he moved to Philadelphia for his MDiv at Westminster Theological Seminary. He and his beautiful wife currently live in Scotland where he is pursuing a PhD in World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh, researching Chinese American evangelicals and Neo-Calvinist theology. Andrew's a simple guy whose passions include: sushi, pizza, nachos, and the Golden State Warriors. On his less sanctified days he lives by the maxim: #ballislife.

7 Issues in the Chinese American Church

A look at some prominent challenges that the Chinese American church faces today.

/ August 3, 2017

“…But a crushed spirit who can bear?”

Thoughts from Proverbs 18:14 during Mental Health Awareness Month.

/ May 12, 2017

The Legitimacy of Ethnic Churches in Multi-Ethnic Contexts

Three realities that point to the legitimacy of ethnic churches in multi-ethnic contexts.

/ April 18, 2017

Ethnic Churches in America: A Conversation

Are ethnic churches biblically unfaithful? A fruitful conversation between Clark Fobes, Daniel Eng, and myself.

/ March 20, 2017

Reflecting on T4G’s “The Future of the Asian American Church”

Was it just me or was a big question largely left unanswered? Here are a few of my (very late) reflections on T4G's "The Future of the Asian American Church" gathering along with a gentle push for further reflection.

/ January 25, 2017

This Time… I will Praise the LORD

Even if we didn't praise the LORD last time, and even if we know that we will likely not praise the LORD next time, let us resolve to praise the LORD this time.

/ December 20, 2016

Judgment, Worth, & the Humans of New York

What does God think of human worth? What does he feel when he looks at the humans of New York?

/ December 6, 2016

Why I’m still an Evangelical after the 2016 US Election

It's not because I wanted Trump to win.

/ November 16, 2016

A Bad Reason to Vote for Trump: Self-Preservation

Voting Christianly is not synonymous with voting to prevent Christian suffering.

/ October 20, 2016