Recent Sermons

July 2022: Pay Attention [Queering Genesis]

During this sermon series, Queering Genesis, with a focus on the life of Joseph, we’ve been exploring how God can be understood and made known through even the lives of unconventional people.  It may be that you sometimes feel like a very conventional person. Or it may be that you don’t. Either way, you are…

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March 2022: No Cure Necessary [Disabling Lent]

Today, we’re continuing our Lenten series titled “Disabling Lent,” an exploration of disability justice, anti-ableism, and God’s image through the whole and holy lives of disabled people. And in particular, I want to contrast two events recorded in the Gospel commonly attributed to John.  Neither of these stories are inherently about disabled people, but I…

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January 2022: Guilt, Shame, or Transformation?

I had two ideas for what I wanted to talk about today as we continue our series titled Ojalá. Last week, M encouraged us to release our judgment and self-judgment and to prevent perfection from preventing us from what is good. The week before that, S kicked off the series and invited us to be…

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My spiritual writing has recently appeared in Our Bible App, Justice Unbound (PCUSA), Inheritance Magazine, and at Discipleship Ministries (UMC).

I also organized the creation of the Statement on God’s Justice, a powerful and intersectional theological statement written in 2018 by 30 Asian American theologians, ministers, artists, and activists.

My door’s always open to fellow queer or reconstructing Christians.

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