This is my latest cowritten Huffington Post with my niece Naomi Faith Bu. Please do comment and share.
It has been an interesting experience; growing up in Canada, and living as an adult life the US. These two countries each have their own particular governmental complexities, political trajectories, and unfortunate stories of loss and decline. Strikingly, in Canada there has not been one candidate that ran or served as Prime Minister that dared to talk about religion. It was taboo. Religion in Canada is a private matter, and is deemed unspeakable to the ears of the nation’s public. Continue reading
My latest column was first posted in Bruce Reyes-Chow’s blog site Patheos.com. This is a repost from his site.
Being a mom these days requires lots of skills. It is like being Cinderella in reverse (a laundress, cook, cleaner, chauffeur and scullery maid all at once for children rather than stepsisters.) At times, I feel inadequate.
As a mother of three children (one in high school, one in middle school and one in elementary school), I know exactly how difficult it is to be a mom and juggle a full-time job. Continue reading
My book review of Adam Kotsko’s book, The Politics of Redemption: The Social Logic of Salvation” (New York: T & T Clark International, 2010) is published in Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology (July 2012): 333-334.