Kathryn Brill graduated from Barnard College at Columbia University in May, where she studied English and co-led her chapter’s large group. She served as an editorial intern with InterVarsity in Madison, writing, interviewing alumni, and visiting the city's many coffee shops. She compiles the ultimate reading list for times of transition at http://sustainingbooksforwedgedbears.wordpress.com/ and now lives in the Chicago area, where she writes and, yes, visits the city's many coffee shops.
Family relationships can be complicated even at the best of times. But when you’ve just graduated and are trying to find your feet in the midst of transition, figuring out how to relate to your parents can be especially confusing.
On October 13, key Asian American leaders in the Christian community published “An Open Letter from the Asian American Community to the Evangelical Church.” It addresses patterns of cultural insensitivity, racial stereotyping, and dismissive behavior they’ve experienced from publishers, leaders, and laypeople.