Tag: Asian American

Pursuing Ministry While Reformed & Chinese

The psychology of a Chinese American Presbyterian deciding between ministry opportunities in Asian or non-Asian churches, suburban churches or urban churches, Reformed churches or broadly evangelical churches.

/ June 21, 2018

Why Ethnic Minorities Reacted So Negatively to Mike Pence at the SBC

Last week, the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the United States’ largest Protestant denomination, held its Annual Meeting in Dallas. Almost 10,000 messengers gathered to hear reports about various denomination entities, to elect new officers, and to debate and vote on...

/ June 19, 2018

Introducing Larry Lin

Introducing our newest regular contributor, Larry Lin.

/ April 30, 2018

Consuming ‘Good Community’ as an Asian American Millennial

How much is our conception of 'good community' tied to our consumer preferences?

/ December 28, 2017

Radical Inclusivity Within the Church: A Story from the Margins

Personal reflections on Larry's journey to the gospel, to Reformed theology, and to the gospel again.

/ November 14, 2017

7 Issues in the Chinese American Church

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

/ August 3, 2017

Child of God, You Are Loved

Christian, do you struggle with seeing the Father as harsh, distant, or unapproachable? Consider his love and receive by faith the unbelievable.

/ June 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