The news of Rev. Dr. Katie Geneva Cannon’s death came by way of a Union colleague’s text this afternoon, when my heart—in the same moment—bruised with sadness and swelled with gratitude. I wept and talked aloud to my beloved teacher. Dr. Cannon, thank you.
Photo by Ushi Sama Last year when visiting Korea, I read a newspaper article on the plane about a growing open table fellowship phenomenon at some restaurants in Seoul. Urbanization having displaced a large population from their families, many live as migrants to big cities
The term “the bamboo ceiling” coined by Jane Hyun describes the virtual absence of Asian Americans in top corporate CEO positions despite significant numbers of Asian American students at Harvard (18%) and Stanford (24%). On October 14, 2014, an article called “Cracking the Bamboo Ceiling” posted in The
By Melanie Mar Chow Recently I had the opportunity to visit some friends at Fuller Theological Seminary. I noticed quite a bit of upgrading and remodeling of the buildings and grounds. Though very compact in size, (“if you walk too fast, you will miss it”, I
“Why Failure is an Option” By Ann Chen As a Chinese-American, I’ve grown up in a culture that values “saving face” and rewards perfection and success. I’ve seen this play out not only in my academic/professional life, but in my ministry and in my personal
By Eun Joo Angela Ryo It was another typical Friday night at the Korean church where I serve. I hung out with the youth group and my kids were at their children’s Bible study. After church, we were headed home when I asked them about