Judy Wu Dominick thinks if you have wealth and aren't friends with others who don't, you're spiritually poor
The Long Game
Judy Wu Dominick comes to the issue of race from a decidedly Christian perspective. As she explains in the first portion of our conversation, she came to this work of writing about race and faith and justice essentially as a second career. She studied medicine and worked in that field for many years. Her work is something she has built over time and it’s highly sophisticated and full of wisdom. I first became aware of her writing in 2017 when she wrote a piece in Christianity Today on importance of pursuing nuance, and how Christians in particular have an imperative to do so. But I think the most powerful part of this conversation is when Judy talks about the way that those of us who have material wealthy are often spiritually poor if we are not in relationship with those who are in material poverty. Her story of her own efforts to live out her faith in this respect is, to me, incredibly moving. Here 2017 piece on nuance is here. The full link is here: https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/october-web-only/christian-mandate-nuance-subvert-tribalism.htmlHer recent piece, "Making Just Disciples in an Unjust World" is here. The full link is here: https://lifereconsidered.com/2020/08/23/becoming-just-disciples-in-an-unjust-world/Her piece, "Why the Affluent Need the Poor" is here. The full link is here: https://lifereconsidered.com/2015/12/01/why-the-affluent-need-the-poor/Outro music: "Shot in the Arm" by Wilco Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thelonggame.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“The Other Side of The Story” Judy Wu Dominick shares the evolution of her ethnic journey--from understanding more of her parents traumatic experiences in Taiwan and confronting her own anti-black prejudice, to learning what racial reconciliation really looks like.LEARN MORE ABOUT JudyWordpress: https://www.lifereconsidered.comTwitter: @judydominickInstagram: @judy.dominickStay connected with me onInstagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcastTwitter: @vivmabuniwww.vivianmabuni.comCreditsSound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos StudiosMusic: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net ProductionsExecutive Producer: Chantel RunnelsDesign: Jocelyn Chung
In the latest episode of our “Sheroes of the Faith'' Series, our host, Kat Armstrong, talks with Judy Dominick about her experience as an Asian American woman during the Covid-19 crisis and her two favorite women in the Bible. You’ll love hearing Judy share the stories of her two sheroes of the Bible and how their courageous approaches to difficult situations has impacted her. Connect with Judy Instagram: @judy.dominick Website: lifeconsidered.com Stay connected with Polished by: Attending a Polished event Following Polished on Instagram Joining the Polished Network Starting a Polished chapter in your area
Special Episode "I am Not a Virus!" - Helen Lee, Seana Reavis, Eugene Cho & Judy Wu Dominick
Someday is Here
“I am not a Virus!” Eugene Cho, Judy Wu Dominick, Helen Lee, and Seana Reavis join Vivan for a conversation about what is going on in the Asian American community as the world reacts to the COVID-19 pandemic.Learn more about our guests:Website: Eugenecho.comTwitter: @EugeneChoIG: @eugenechoEugene’s Book new book, “Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk”Twitter: @helenleebooksInstagram: @helenleebooksFacebook: @helenleeprofilewww.helenleebooks.comIG: @judy.dominickwww.Lifereconsidered.comTwitter: @judydominickIG: @seanareavisTwitter: @seanareavishttp://www.seanareavis.comStay connected with me onInstagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcastTwitter: @vivmabuniwww.vivianmabuni.comCreditsSound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos StudiosMusic: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net ProductionsExecutive Producer: Chantel RunnelsDesign: Jocelyn Chung
Racism in the Church & How to Love Your Frenemies (with Judy Wu Dominick)
Judy Wu Dominick is a writer, cross-cultural bridge builder, and an advocate for marginalized people. She dispenses a lot of wisdom in this conversation as we discuss racism in the church, social media, how to bring about change, and the way forward for followers of Jesus Christ. Ms. Dominick writes at LifeReconsidered.com and ChristianityToday.com.