This past week has been characterized by drama and confusion in South Africa and Zimbabwe. In South Africa the drama started on Sunday, Feb.
One day when I was walking along the Hudson River on a crisp winter's day, I caught a glimpse of my reflection.
A while back, I was in a situation where I was mocked publicly in front of 300-plus young leaders. There were racial overtones.
In November we first think of Thanksgiving, and as we Native Americans say, Thanksgiving is a time when we once again reflect upon all we have and the genocide it took to get it.
Last Friday, a group of Asian-American leaders (Kathy Khang, IVCF / Eugene Cho, Quest Church / Ken Fong, Evergreen Baptist Church and I) were on a conference call with three executives of Zondervan
People who do diversity work run the risk of setting impossible goals for themselves: The Beloved Community. The Kingdom of God.
Without trying to be too presumptuous about the resolution of an ongoing story, I'm doing some personal reflection on the last few days.
Wednesday afternoon I was part of a conversation with the authors of Deadly Viper (and Chris Huertz) and a number of Asian-American leaders.