Hello! I use this space to write about pastoral ministry and churches, especially in the context of Asian Americans. I’ll also sometimes write about social issues, being a pastor, and thoughts on Scripture. It originally started as a blog, but is now a collection of essays aiming to serve the church at large.
The experiences or concepts described here do not necessarily come from my experiences at different churches.
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Here are some highlighted essays:
The baby and the bathwater…(Throwing out the whole ethnic church model?)
“Your Church is Not Biblical”–Why Ethnic Ministries Exist
Gospel Coalition Reflection: Asian American Christian Thought
The Myth of Diversity.
“Multi-Ethnic, Mostly Asian”