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Photo by D. Sharon Pruitt

Photo by D. Sharon Pruitt

While AAWOL is a blogspace by Asian American women for Asian American women, we want to make good information available to you from all sources that God provides.  Cissy Brady-Rogers is one of those great sources, and she is a faithful reader and responder of our blog.  Here’s an article in which she writes about self-promotion and how that is related to self-love and mutual loving. (more…)

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Photo by seyed mostafa zamani

By Tina Teng-Henson

Three little sisters from the neighborhood sit in a row beside me, stealing glances at me during worship. When I clap, they clap. When I look down to smile at them, they smile back at me. When I turn my attention to the worship leader and the lyrics on the screen, they try to do the same, but I can feel the gaze of the youngest one, still on me. (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 Rev Dr Young Lee Hertig, Symposium Organizer

The third Asian American Equipping Symposium, entitled “Healing of Memories,” took place at Fuller Theological Seminary on March 19-20, 2012. Its objective was to create a space for Asian American male and female leaders to understand the interdependent dimensions of pain within our families and churches — for as one part of the body suffers, the whole body suffers. (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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One of my denomination’s (Presbyterian Church (USA)) confessions of faith includes this sentence:  “the Spirit gives us courage…  to hear the voices of peoples long silenced…” (A Brief Statement of Faith, 70).   It takes courage to hear the silenced voices but it takes more courage for those voices to speak out . . . I was especially delighted to hear from Asian American women scholars, leaders and writers who wrote the book Mirrored Reflections: Reframing Biblical Characters.  One of the ongoing challenges doing ministry in many Asian American contexts is that Asian American women are often still doubly marginalized in male dominated ministries of Asian American churches.  The contributors of Mirrored Reflections have weaved their stories with the stories of women in the Bible that results in fresh and often startling interpretations that inform and empower Asian American women and men.

Kevin Park, on the AAWOL Authors Plenary & Response Panel at the Asian American Equipping Symposium II (February 2011)


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Hannah Lee is currently serving as Children’s Pastor at Korean Church of Southwest Los Angeles.  She also participates in a ministry called InnerChange in downtown LA, and works part-time at a missionary organization called KIBI (Korea-Israel Bible Institute).  She recently received a masters degree in the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.  In her spare time, Hannah enjoys singing, dancing, hip-hop, and photography, especially photographing food. (more…)

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