What is it like to be a minority? Have you ever wrestled with self-doubt, or trying hard to fit in when you're simply different? Have you ever grown weary of defending the need for your culture or ministry? Have you ever felt invisible, even among a large crowd of people? Adrian Pei shares his own honest and vulnerable experiences of wrestling to navigate the emotional realities that come with being a minority within a predominantly-white organization. He shares about specific experiences, conversations with college students, and competition within ethnic ministry environments. Pei also includes interviews with those whom he's had differences, to show how he's tried to resolve past crosscultural experiences.
|Subhead||Navigating Emotional and Organizational Realities|
|Topic||Cross-cultural Studies, Discipleship / Follow Up|