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Website Walkthrough: Diverging Magazine

I’ve been part of Progressive Asian American Christians since late 2016. It’s pretty much impossible to overstate the positive effect of meeting thousands of people around the world to whom I don’t need to explain my Asian American Christian life experiences. PAAC is basically my church, though I am also …

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Email Marketing Crib Sheet: Bestselling Author Secrets

I surfed onto author Sara Connell’s mailing list through a Facebook post shared by a high school classmate who was one of Sara’s coaching clients. Thanks to Facebook stalking, I knew that this classmate had left a career in law to pursue writing, and I was curious about how she …

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A Late Night Conversation

Priscilla looked up from her textbook as Artemis wrangled her laundry basket through their dorm room door. “That was the longest laundry expedition ever. I was about to send a search party out. You’ve never been out this late!” Artemis hated the blush that rushed from her cheeks to her …

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Email Opt-in Ideas for Introverts and Extroverts

Today we’re going to work on the virtual welcome mat for your business: your opt-in. (Click here for a list of important email marketing lingo and a simple worksheet for planning your email strategy.) While your mom and best friend might sign up for your list just because they love …

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Learn the Lingo of Email Marketing

If you’ve been avoiding setting up email marketing because it all sounds like Klingon, fear not! Today I’m going to go over the basic terms of email marketing and also help you start planning your email setup. Here’s a handy Google Doc worksheet you can download and fill in as …

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Book Review: Repentance by Andrew Lam

I recently received an advanced review copy of Dr. Andrew Lam’s forthcoming historical novel, Repentance, which I promptly devoured in less than 24 hours along with his nonfiction book Saving Sight. Summary Repentance tells the story of one Japanese American family processing the trauma of internment and combat during World …

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10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Long-term Partner

I spent most of my pre-married life wondering, “How will I know if someone is THE ONE?” Particularly after I did not, as was promised by my highly misguided youth group, marry my first boyfriend, or my second, or any number of subsequent beaus. (Thank you, Jesus and/or venerable Chinese …