Salt, Light, and a City | Online Book Launch

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Salt, Light, and a City: Ecclesiology for the Global Missional Community: Volume 2, Majority World Voices

I am so excited to join Graham Joseph Hill and other guest presenters for the book launch of his new book, Salt, Light, and a City. It is a great book, so please join us and order the book too.

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Religious Experience in Trauma

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I am excited to announced the newest book, Religious Experience in Trauma: Koreans’ Collective Complex of Inferiority and the Korean Protestant Church, by KwangYu Lee for my book series, “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora” co-edited with Joseph Cheah.

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Life lessons from speaking with a foreign accent

Life lessons from speaking with a foreign accent

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What we know today to be the traditional “Asian accent” tells the story of Asian American assimilation in essence. The generation of Asian immigrants before us possessed the accent that white Americans saw as the most foreign in comparison to all the other possibilities, leaving the future generations to reflexively shape their speech into perfect, respectable “white” voices.

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Christian Fasting: A Spiritual Practice for Now?

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Christian Fasting: A Spiritual Practice for Now?

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This is my first article for Spirituality & Health on fasting and spiritual growth. I would love to hear your responses to my new piece. Continue reading

Rev. Jesse Jackson: Keeping Hope Alive

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August 21, 2020 By Tripp Fuller

It was a joy and honor to be on Homebrewed Christianity to discuss Keeping Hope Alive and Black Theology. You can listen to the podcast now and also view the video on FB Live and Youtube.

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