21 episodes

By, for, and about Asian American Christians, the Reclaim Podcast is the official podcast of the Asian American Christian Collaborative.

The Reclaim Podcast AACC

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings

By, for, and about Asian American Christians, the Reclaim Podcast is the official podcast of the Asian American Christian Collaborative.

    Reaching Generation Z for Asian American Christian Leaders

    Reaching Generation Z for Asian American Christian Leaders

    How should Asian American Christian leaders approach the newest generation of Asian American Christians? Raymond and Michelle join Kevin Yi to talk about strategies for encouragement, the unique interests of Gen Z, and more.
    Stay connected with the AACC
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    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound engineers: Katie Nguyen, Sean Kim

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Navigating Burnout & Soul Care for Asian American Christian Leaders

    Navigating Burnout & Soul Care for Asian American Christian Leaders

    How should Asian American Christian leaders deal with burnout? Raymond and Michelle join Dr. David Wang to talk about strategies for spiritual formation, social support, and more. Stay connected with the AACC
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    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound engineers: Katie Nguyen, Sean Kim

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Mental Health for Asian American Christian Leaders

    Mental Health for Asian American Christian Leaders

    What is mental health and how should we best care for it as Asian American Christians? Raymond and Michelle join George Xiong and Janette Lee to talk about how to approach conversations regarding mental health, helpful practices, and more.
    Stay connected with the AACC
    Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: @aachristcollab
    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound engineers: Katie Nguyen, Sean Kim

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Reclaiming Asian American Christian Leadership

    Reclaiming Asian American Christian Leadership

    What does it mean to be an Asian American Christian leader today? Join AACC President Raymond Chang and Vice President Michelle Reyes as they kick off the third season of the podcast by discussing the importance of visibility, humility, and unity within the Asian American Christian community.
    Stay connected with the AACC
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    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound engineers: Katie Nguyen, Sean Kim

    • 54 min
    Cultural Identity and the Origins of Asian America

    Cultural Identity and the Origins of Asian America

    What is the story of Asian America? Jane Hong sits down with Raymond Chang and Michelle Ami Reyes to talk about the roots of the term “Asian American,” the impact of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act on Asian immigration, and what kinds of changes can be made to immigration today.
    Jane Hong is associate professor of history at Occidental College. She received her PhD in history from Harvard University and is the author of Opening the Gates to Asia: A Transpacific History of How America Repealed Asian Exclusion, published by UNC Press in 2019. Her current project considers how post-1965 Asian immigration changed US evangelical institutions and politics. The book, under contract with Oxford University Press, connects two historical developments rarely considered together: the rise of the Religious Right and the effects of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act. Born and raised in the New York City area, Hong now lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.
    Learn more about Jane Hong at
    https://twitter.com/janehongphd
    Stay connected with the AACC
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    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
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    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound Engineers: Iris Kim, Sean Kim
    Coordinator Grace Liu

    • 44 min
    Cultural Identity and the Silencing of Asian American Women

    Cultural Identity and the Silencing of Asian American Women

    Author and speaker Tiffany Bluhm joins Raymond Chang and Michelle Ami Reyes to talk about how Scripture helps us deconstruct harmful ideologies and practices that silence Asian American women. In their conversation, they talk about Tiffany’s book, “Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell The Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up!”, and what it looks like for Asian American women to truly thrive and be heard.
    Tiffany Bluhm is the author of She Dreams and Never Alone and their companion Bible studies. She is cohost of the podcast Why Tho and speaks at conferences and events around the world. Her work has been featured in World Vision magazine and on the YouVersion Bible app, the Hallmark Channel, and the Jenny McCarthy Show. She leads an engaged audience of 50,000 followers online and is committed to encouraging people of faith to live with conviction, substance, and grace. As a minority, immigrant woman with an interracial family, Bluhm is passionate about inviting all to the table of faith, equality, justice, and dignity. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.
    Stay connected with the AACC
    Instagram/Facebook/Twitter: @aachristcollab
    https://asianamericanchristiancollaborative.com
    Support our GoFundMe campaign
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-the-aacc
    Credits
    Hosts: Raymond Chang, Michelle Reyes
    Sound engineers: Ashley Hong, Sean Kim
    Coordinator: Grace Liu

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

michchllo ,

A Good podcast that dives into conversation we need for real justice.

I’m really grateful to have come across this podcast as a Korean-American. It’s my senior year of college, fully in the prime season for reflecting on one’s identity. And, each and every episode just really punched into all and any questions I’ve had or even never realized I’ve had for the longest time. Thank You All!!

Grace808089 ,

Encouraging, motivating

I’m an Asian-American woman in a predominantly white community. This podcast helps me feel seen and stay connected to like-minded (justice-minded) people! Grateful for the work of the AACC!

SarahGuerrero ,

Really helpful

I just listened to the episode on Critical Race Theory, and it was SO good. The hosts and guest were thorough and knowledgeable and have such a good handle on what’s going on from a cultural perspective. I learned so much!

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