If I am honest, striving to constantly pass the wokeness litmus test, especially in the Bay Area, has invoked the following in my own life.
Families Belong Together
This past Friday, June 1st, was a National Day of Action for Children- a day of protest, organizing, and action against the inhumane separation of children and their parents at their border.
Political, Not Partisan
With the California primary elections coming up in a week- on Tuesday, June 5th- many people of faith in the Bay Area are gearing up to go to the polls.
But does voting matter? And why should we, as Christians, exercise our right to vote?
This past Sunday, I had the privilege of designing a time of celebration for AAPI Heritage Month for my church, First Pres Hayward. I had different folks in our church community who identify as AAPI share objects that symbolized their culture, family, or heritage in some significant way.
10 AAPI women you should know (but probably have never heard of)
In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I’m doing a mini blog series. Last week, I talked about the reasons why I’m celebrating this month, and this week I want to highlight 10 AAPI women you should know but may have never heard of.
Work of Our Hands (Acoustic) | Michael Kim-Eubanks
On May 13, 2018, Michael Kim-Eubanks performed his acoustic original entitled "Work of Our Hands" live during First Pres Hayward's Sunday Service in Castro Valley, CA.
5 Reasons Why I’m Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month
Many may know that February is Black History Month or that March is Women’s History Month, but way fewer people celebrate the other heritage months that happen throughout the year, including AAPI Heritage month.