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A common experience for people in English speaking ministries (EM's) is feeling like they have no voice. They feel an innate pressure to comply with the immigrant church leadership, with little room for discussion.
What does it do to a person's psyche when you feel like your voice doesn't count, not just in a church context, but in any context for that matter?
Wilson Wang, Jenna Fu, and Roy Kim share some of their own EM experiences of having no voice, as well as their thoughts of the implications.
Some of their talking points include: invasion of privacy; protecting the pulpit from false doctrine; Korean Morning Prayer; when is it time to leave? is it grace to allow a congregation to collapse? and more.
As always, we hope that something you hear helps you feel like you're not alone, that there are others in the same boat as you.
You can watch the discussion here: https://youtu.be/xMhDuCDEKjo
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Produced by Clayton Yip [@yipster_hipster]
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Music by Nathan Baldwin
Wilson Wang is lead pastor of Renew Church OC (www.renewchurchoc.com) and author of the "Called to Be" series and "The Adulting Journal" (www.calledtobeproject.com) You can listen to some of his sermons here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/renew-church-oc/id1038985827