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Choosing Praise: A Korean American Pastor’s Reflections on AAPI Heritage Month

May is officially Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month.1 Many may know that February is Black History Month or that March is Women’s History Month, but fewer people celebrate the other heritage months that happen throughout the year, including AAPI Heritage Month. This monthlong celebration was originally approved by Jimmy Carter in 1978 as a congressional resolution to celebrate the cultural, social, and economic contributions of Asian Pacific Americans. In its original form, it was only a week long and was chosen to commemorate both the first immigrants from Japan arriving in the US on May 7, 1843 and the completion of the first transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869.2 It was later extended into a…

Calling for Culturally-Competent Leaders

Editor’s Note: It’s clear in these trying times that leaders both inside and outside the church still need assistance with growing in their cultural competency. Michelle Reyes would like to offer some words of advice, as someone who has had…

My Spiritual Formation in the Wake of COVID

March 2021 was a difficult month for our family. After a full year of carefully wearing masks and distancing, our youngest son contracted COVID-19. Then, a day later, our oldest son was sick. A week later my wife tested positive,…

Commemorating the Uncommon Humility of John Stott

Editor’s Note: Today marks what would have been the 100th birthday of John Stott, renowned author, theologian, and former rector of All Souls Church in London, England; he is widely regarded as one of evangelicalism’s leading thinkers and leaders. To…
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