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Mother’s Day Revisited

Mother’s Day Revisited

Mother’s Day often reminds me of sentimentalities like carnations, brunches, and heart-shaped chocolate. But did you know that the day is rooted in faith and justice?

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Telling Stories

Telling Stories

I just came back from Q Los Angeles, and my brain is full of ideas and thoughts and dreams — it’ll take a month to unpack it all. But I know already what I want to do first.

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The Legacy of the Immigrant Church

irst of all, like the new look of the site? A good friend of mine said that the previous iteration looked “like crap,” which then got me into a competitive spirit: I’ll show him! … of course, in the most humble way possible. So, a…

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Calling It Out

Calling It Out

Why does this happen in mostly white fraternities and sororities? You don’t see the non-white Greek system doing these kinds of things. And more pointedly, why is this happening on elite educational institutions? The Ivies are not exempt. If you think about it, these students will become the future business barons, government officials, and cultural icons of America. Shouldn’t this cause us to worry?

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Coming to terms

Coming to terms

I’m supposed to write about when I knew I was an Apostle, Prophet or Evangelist. It’s not an easy assignment.

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On peace and justice

On peace and justice

Though Rolhesier clearly believes that engaging in justice is a key pillar of expressing our faith, he brilliantly describes a naiveté that often makes peace and justice groups ineffective through six fallacies.

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Crossmakers

Crossmakers

“Then there was the nameless carpenter who made the cross … If you questioned him he probably would have said: ‘But I am a poor man who must make a living.'”

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Response to UCLA video

This is the official response from InterVarsity Asian American Ministries about a video that was posted by a UCLA student making derogatory remarks about the Asian American community.

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Arizona and the Third Reich?

Arizona and the Third Reich?

In America, we’re also in a time of economic recession. It’s easy to be a little scared, a little angry.

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