InterVarsity Christian Fellowship hopes to follow God into the university context to transform and empower Asian American skeptics and seekers to become Kingdom-centered world-changers.
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by Paul Tokunaga The nail that sticks out gets hammered down. This Japanese expression characterizes the attitude of many Asian Americans. We are often taught not to put ourselves forward— not to stick out. But the Western concept of leadership is all about stepping up and standing apart from the group. Is that appropriate for Asian Americans? Or can we lead out of our own cultural strengths rather than being pressured into the Western mold?