Category: church

Ray Chang

When Christians Grasp for Power, We all Lose

I believe that we as Christians have had privilege in many ways that other religions do not have, here in America. I think that privilege and power are intricately linked—found these good thoughts on Twitter worth reading and considering. (twitter thread by...

Looking for Asian American Church Leaders under 40

Each and every summer, I am getting older and farther from the next generation of Asian American young adults who are maturing into their own as Christ-followers, some as pastors and church leaders, others as faith-filled people working out in the world...

What do you know about church mergers?

The Bible talks many times about the importance of passing the faith from one generation to the next. Sure it can happen in the family context, from parents and grandparents to their sons and daughters. And, it also needs to happen intentionally...

What can the church do to end racism?

Racism is alive and well, and terribly ugly and fraught with anger and fear, violent in words and deeds, even in the post-enlightenment 21st century. People on both sides of the aisle, faith and non-faith, Christian or not, vigorously protest the injustices...

Naive pastors don’t know psychology and sociology

Pastoring and leading is primarily about people. It’s not only about people. It is so much more. And as much as we study the Bible or go thru years of seminary training, to prepare for Gospel ministry, that’s not the half of...

A History of Asian American Christianity from 2003 to 2019

The best collection of articles that I’ve found online about the history of Asian American evangelical Christians is posted at AsianAmericanChristian.org. When that website was actively posting new content between 2013-2015, the curator interviewed me for my take on Asian American Christian...

hope for mental health community

Watch Videos from Hope for Mental Health Community

For many people, a faith community can powerfully help them experience support, encouragement, and hope for managing their mental health and experience a better quality of life. A growing number of Christian churches are starting to develop and share faith-friendly resources for...