Kathy Khang

Kathy Khang

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.

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The Balancing Act of a Successful Woman

by Kathy Khang 03-08-2010

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.

To Dye or Not to Dye: How Do We Honor Aging Gracefully?

by Kathy Khang 03-01-2010
I had never noticed them before. I'm sure I would have noticed them if they had been there just a few weeks ago.

Is Christianity a Straitjacket?

by Kathy Khang 02-23-2010
Would you be interested in getting to know someone if all you knew about her was what she didn't do?

The Little Voice of Self-Doubt Inside My Head

by Kathy Khang 02-12-2010
Right now my head is a bit stuffed up thanks to a cold, but the little voice inside my head usually takes no prisoners.

Tim Tebow's Pro-Life Super Bowl Ad Brouhaha

by Kathy Khang 02-05-2010
Is nothing sacred anymore?

Saying Good-Bye to the Pause After the Hyphen

by Kathy Khang 01-26-2010
My husband asked me that question last night: "Do you think you'll feel different after you become a citizen?"

When Money Gets Messy

by Kathy Khang 01-13-2010

Unseen Privilege: The Overlooked Gender Dimension of the 'Deadly Viper' Conversation

by Kathy Khang 11-19-2009
In the eight years I worked specifically with Christian Asian American college students, I knew that my gender would get in the way.

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