Posts Tagged ‘courage’

Chloe Mt SinaiBy Chloe Sun

Last month, I had the privilege of going to Israel, Egypt, and Jordan with my students and friends. For me, one of the most dreaded events of the whole trip was the climbing Mount Sinai due to my fear of heights and my fear of riding a camel. (more…)

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By Kate Hwang

Lately I’ve just been learning a lot about what it means to be obedient in my work.  I feel like God has called me to my finance job, but all the things that I would identify myself as – Asian, female, introvert, mother, and Christian – make me feel like a fish out of water in my industry.  (more…)

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Shared by Maria Liu Wong

God has always pushed me to cross boundaries and go beyond my comfort zone.  Prior to my doctoral program, I found that many of my circles were too limiting; I had too many Christians in my circles, and I began to feel convicted that I needed to have more hard conversations with non-Christians.  But how can you be a witness and testimony if all the people around you are Christians? (more…)

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By Joy Wong

In an effort to expand the voices on our blog, we’ve been interviewing Asian American women leaders.  In November 2010, we posted our first “spotlight interview” entry (and we’ve been posting one a month ever since).  Then this past March, we interviewed for and posted our first “shared insights” entry, now also a regular entry on our blog.  I’d now like to propose yet another addition: a “Question” entry.  Let me explain why. (more…)

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