In the wake of John MacArthur’s racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic statement about social justice, a progressive Christian group pushes back.
After my son was born, I found myself in an unusual position: I was a person who loved working but spent most of their time childrearing.
After writing about how lonely it is to be a progressive Asian American Christian, I found myself in a community of thousands.
I had virtually no relationship with my grandparents in Taiwan — but now that I see my parents with my son, I understand why my friends were so excited about theirs.
I saw America as a country for white people — until Barack Obama came along.
For many of us, finding a Christian community means having to choose between shared theology and shared experience.