Guest writer Nathaniel Gray Sutanto describes the unique insights and difficulties of a third-culture Reformed Theologian.
An Asian American response to racial injustice must be met with both mercy and justice.
The tendency of Asian Americans to exclusively identify with victims rather than perpetrators of racism must be checked and rectified.
Guest blogger Rachel Stanton shares her thoughts on how Christians should approach the subject of "Political Correctness." Should Christians eschew the notion as a product of liberal media bias? Should we embrace it?
What ideas do mobile dating apps carry within them? How have these ideas shaped how we pursue love? And how can we reflect on the ideology beneath these tools to use them with more discernment?
Minorities are moving the conversation in the Reformed world. That's a good thing.
Applying racial stewardship to real life.
Exploring race as a gift to be stewarded by all evangelicals on mission.
"What I had considered as my disadvantages were actually gifts from God that I could use to serve the church." - Eunjin Kim
Marcos reflects on being a bi-racial man and how it informs his worldview.