Adrian Pei: The Minority Experience

Navigating Emotional and Organizational Realities

Join the Fiesta

The attention that justice has received in recent years is not a trend, but it can be traced to the pages of the Bible. Justice is grounded in the love of a triune God who time and time again shows his love and compassion for the poor, the vulnerable, the marginalized, and the disenfranchised.

The Need for Love in Our Political Action

The difficult ways our faith must shape our politics

Live Intentionally

Adaptation from 'When We Stand' (IVP)

The Love and Truth of the Gospel

Excerpted FromCompassion & ConvictionBy Justin Giboney, Michael Wear and Chris Butler No one makes political decisions from a neutral position. To make a policy decision is to choose...

Why We Can’t Ignore the Past

No matter our individual intentions, the past informs the way we relate with other ethnicities today.

Facing the Church’s Complicity in Sexual Abuse

Jesus endowed women with the same value and worth as men.

The View From Below

Excerpted from 'Praying With Our Feet' (Brazos Press)

The Model Minority Myth and the Church

Terence Lester: The church must seek out opportunities to speak out against dismissive and dehumanizing ways of categorizing people and cultures. The church professes a Savior with brown skin who was marginalized, labeled, categorized and questioned.