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Photo by David Masters

By Debbie Gin

My husband and I have a system worked out when we travel:  he drives while I navigate.  It’s worked well for us, as I love looking at maps and we both love exploring.  Mind you, I navigate the real way, not by turning on my phone’s voice-with-the-bad-British-accent, but by figuring out where we are and where we want to end up on the phone’s map and instructing my husband to turn left, right, or around.

On a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest, we switched roles.  I drove while my husband navigated, and for various reasons, we encountered many obstacles and endured much internal (and external!) angst.  (more…)

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By Joy Wong

Over the past several years, my vocational direction has become more and more clear.  I know I want to go into pastoral ministry of some kind.  I also know that I have a heart to help other Asian American women in ministry leadership, especially those who may be called to be a pastor, as I believe I have been.  (more…)

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By Melanie Mar Chow

One of our strategies as campus ministers of AACF (Asian American Christian Fellowship)  is to raise up men and women to serve God by serving their peers while they are in college.  But after years of releasing students into life after college, I soon began to ask, What happens after they graduate?  How do they continue in leadership, especially the women(more…)

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Created by Angel Wu in March 2009

Angel Wu is the expansion director of INHERITANCE magazine. She graduated Fuller Theological Seminary in 2010 with an MDiv in Worship, Theology and the Arts.  Angel’s hobbies include photography, reading, window shopping and football, as well as writing and performing her own songs. She currently attends Evergreen Baptist Church of Los Angeles.

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By Joy Wong

Not long ago, a friend from seminary told me that it was the opinion of congregants in his Asian American church that those opposed to having women in ministry leadership were not those of older generations, but rather the younger generations.  It was disheartening to hear.  (more…)

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