As a misfit in church ministries, Liuan Huska decided she could make a brand new one. She tried one ministry after another—showed up to meetings, stayed after services to train or be trained—but still struggled to find her place. In this column, Liuan explores how curiosity, asking questions, and searching for answers can minister to others and to herself.
I’m a journalist at heart. My first high school newspaper class tooled me with the five W’s and the H—Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?—and I haven’t stopped asking these questions since. Read more >
There is a story I never told while growing up in small-town Texas—the story of how my family came to run a Chinese buffet as one of a handful of Asian families in a thoroughly white town. Read more >
Not too long ago, my husband and I found ourselves in a perplexing church situation. We had been attending the same small congregation for several years. Read more >
Whenever my friend Katie and I get together, we half-seriously say that the “clearness committee” is meeting. Read more >