“You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.” – William Wilberforce
If one’s perceptions of women are characterized by inequality and contempt, that is fertile soil for oppression, violence and other forms of mistreatment.
Abuse survivors endure some of the most harrowing pain a person could ever know, and their need for God’s love, truth and healing is deep and real.
I am American in some ways and Asian in others, but the data points are unceasingly in flux. This is not to say that the cultural blend isn’t interesting and beautiful in its own way, just that it can be murky and confusing at times.
I’m no expert on race, but as I’ve continued to learn and engage with others about the race-related issues plaguing America, I have found it helpful to always bear in mind that racial reconciliation matters to Jesus, we are all contributors to the discussion about race, and each person’s understanding of race, race relations and his or her own racial identity is an evolving process.
It was easy to be bulimic. My struggle with bulimia was brief but intense. It happened during my third year of college. At the beginning of the summer, I had broken up with my high school sweetheart after a yearslong relationship. The split cut deeply, leaving me in a downward spiral of depression. When school … Continue reading The Eating Disorder I Hid In Plain Sight