In the eight years I worked specifically with Christian Asian American college students, I knew that my gender would get in the way.
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.
I want to follow up on yesterday's post which I believe has broken the record for the longest title in history: http://blog.sojo.net/2009/11/04/three-general-thoughts-on-deadly-vipers-...
Wednesday afternoon I was part of a conversation with the authors of Deadly Viper (and Chris Huertz) and a number of Asian-American leaders.
An update to an ongoing discussion with our Asian and Asian-American friends.
Three General Thoughts on Deadly Vipers, Mike Foster, Jud Wilhite, Soong-Chan Rah, Chuck Norris, Joyluck Club, Angry Asian Man, Wanna-Be Ninjas and Everyone Else
I don't know if I have the energy or bandwidth to write this but it's important so here goes
One of the toughest parts of being the author of a book about racial reconciliation is that when the latest racial incident flares up, everyone expects you to chime in with your two cents.
An open letter to Zondervan and to Mike Foster and Jud Wilhite, authors of Deadly Viper Character Assassin: A Kung Fu Survival Guide for Life and Leadership.