That Heavenly Potluck

  By Patrick Bourckel   When my wife and I moved to the Los Angeles area five years ago, we quickly discovered the Jonathan Gold 101 List. Compiled annually by the legendary food writer, this list of the 101 Best Restaurants was the ultimate guide to eating your […]

Reclaiming Yellow

by Karynna Asao In the pinnacle scene of the recent blockbuster rom-com Crazy Rich Asians, a Mandarin rendition of Coldplay’s “Yellow” builds momentum in the background.  It’s a bit of a surprise for a film lauded for championing Asian representation, as the word “yellow” is a racial slur […]

The Objectives of the Coalition

By Daniel McGregor For those in the church who take seriously the call for the gospel to be multiethnic and multiracial there is an oft cited reality.  According to the US census by the year 2045 the American population will be majority minority. No one ethnic group will […]

Welcome to the Coalition

    We are writing these things so that our joy may be complete. (1 John 1:4) Most Anglicans, especially those of us of color, are not native to this tradition. Thus, we have had at least two profound encounters with God. He first sought us in the […]

A.M.E.N Goes To The Call And Response Conference!

The Anglican multi-ethnic network (AMEN) is a group of individuals, organizations, and churches within the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) dedicated to helping the church better embody the universal saving power of the gospel through planting multi-ethnic churches and/or increasing the presence of people of color in existing churches. […]