Kathy Khang, a columnist for Sojourners magazine, is the author of Raise Your Voice (InterVarsity Press, 2018) and co-author of More Than Serving Tea (InterVarsity Press, 2006). She blogs at www.kathykhang.com, tweets and Instagrams as @mskathykhang, posts at www.facebook.com/kathykhangauthor, and partners with other writers, pastors, and Christian leaders to highlight and move the conversation forward on issues of race, ethnicity, and gender within the church. Kathy also has worked for the past 19 years with a national parachurch organization.
Posts By This Author
The Social Network, Immigration, and Imago Dei
The Ultimate Insult? Call a Man a Woman
'Reasonable Suspicion' in Arizona
Earth Day 2010: Does Going Green Matter?
My Changing Understanding of Creation (and Five More Ways to Keep it Simple and Go Green)
Why Can't I Just Shut Up?
Reconciliation: Will I Know It When I See It?
The Balancing Act of a Successful Woman
Hollywood isn't real life, but when real life (mine and the lives of the actors) and Hollywood converge it is great fodder for thinking and conversation. Peter and I can't stop talking about a recent date night movie, Up in the Air, starring Vera Farmiga and George Clooney.