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
African American and Asian American Faith Leaders Cook, Eat, and Watch TV Together at Home by Rachael Lee
By Milton Eng ISAAC, East Coast Project Director www.isaacweb.org/east The individuals in the following story do not represent any particular persons but are fictional and composite sketches of people whom I’ve met, interviewed, and personally know. Tim and Cindy are Chinese-Americans in their early
A MESSAGE FROM ISAAC PRESIDENT, DR. YOUNG LEE HERTIG: “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matthew 6:21) More than ever the power of money rules every sector of American society and yet discussing money matters remains taboo. Unfortunately, this collective