After one of the lowest points in my life, I was confronted with the idea that our trials, our transitions, our grief, our hardships can be instructive and transformative.
Built on Asana.com, this is a presentation of a work management setup for 8+ team members.
Developed for Kizuna, Summer Camp is a program for students entering 2nd to 8th grade, centered on building a foundation of Japanese American culture & heritage.
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In anticipation to the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections, let us not retreat to our echo chambers or jump straight to arguing. Instead, let’s stay connected to each other, listening to different perspectives, and respecting each other’s beliefs.
Margin – or the idea of having the room to be and do what you desire and feel called to – was the theme of this phase of Stephanie’s life, especially as she envisioned her ideal retirement years.
I don’t say this nearly enough, but I am proud of my parents. Both were children of resilience, whose parents (my grandparents) had to rebuild their lives after the trauma of the Japanese American incarceration during WWII.
The union of Roxanne’s calling of visual artistry with her interests and talents didn’t begin to materialize until she turned 57.
Trivia, pictionary, origami, and charades - this game has it all! Test out your knowledge of the Japanese American community with this unique take on the beloved game Cranium.
May my decisions, like Jesus, be based on the needs and suffering of others. May the pain of the world be that which invites me forward.
The lives of our African American sisters and brothers still matter even if our news feeds have returned to normal.
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Nada’s calling–which includes fashion, storytelling, and empowering women–didn’t happen right away but through a lifetime of exploration, introspection, personal development, and struggle.
Jason is a Chinese American rapper with the mission to "bring hope and healing to a broken world."
Sarah runs a graphic design studio, is an Instagram influencer, and has a calling towards a lifestyle of work-life balance.
Many of us carry around a set of dysfunctional beliefs–or "myths of vocation"–about what work and calling are supposed to look like.
My reflections on why it's difficult to talk about race in the Asian American evangelical church.
In this (unpublished) children's baby board book, join little Shiro as he visits his favorite place in the whole wide world: Japantown!
The Japanese American church must not continue a culture of silence, as it can lead to believing history doesn’t matter, or doesn’t personally affect us, and so we can live with privileged disregard for the racial and social injustices in contemporary society.
Full of tradition and culture, this imaginative children’s book will “pound” into children’s hearts the importance of family relationships and cultural traditions.
My concerns about the increasing polarization of opinions in American politics and how to have constructive dialogue in the church.