Tagged: identity

What Does Whiteness Mean to You?

A Review of indigo/the color of whiteness By Tammy Perlmutter For me, art is a profound invitation to step into uncomfortable spaces. Art gives me courage to embrace loss because not all is actually...

Hidden Identity

By Kelley Nikondeha As an adopted person I’ve lived with the reality of a hidden history. My origin story remains unknown to me, sealed by a court order for almost 50 years now. I...

Unauthorized Walls

Asian American Christian Undocumented Residents Overcoming Barriers By Russell Jeung “I used to bus from work to UCLA and it would take two hours each way. That’s the whole day on the bus. And...

The Search for Identity

By Jim Baton “Nobody knows my name.” I remember my wife complaining about this to me after we’d already lived several years in Indonesia. Even friends and neighbors called her “Jim’s Wife,” “Evan’s Mom,”...

Consuming Christianly?

by Al Hsu In modern society, consumption is inescapable. So the question is not whether or not we consume, but in what ways and to what degree. In many ways it is easier to...

“The Suburban Christian” by Al Hsu

Reviewed by Connally Gilliam The Suburban Christian: Finding Spiritual Vitality in the Land of Plenty is part apologetic on behalf of believers living in the suburbs and part prophetic call to these same suburban...