In this second part of a series, author Kelly Wilson explores the experiences and concerns of the next generations of Asian Americans with regard to the church and American society and considers the unique challenges and gifts in their search for a spiritual home.
“When we read the parables of Jesus, we look to see what he is using to make his teaching applicable. We remember the good Samaritan, which is probably one of his best-known parables.”
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