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Sarah Ngu

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022 | Rainbow Capitalism and the Model Minority Myth with Sarah Ngu

Faith and Capital

Why can't rainbow capitalism be the answer to gender and sexual liberation? What role does class and labor play in the Model Minority Myth imposed upon Asian-Americans? Why might Christian communities consider class struggle an important means of realizing liberation for the masses? Sarah Ngu guides us through these tough questions, while suggesting the need for class struggle. ~ Sarah's Twitter: @sarahngu ~ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/faithandcapital ~ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FaithAndCapital ~ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/faithandcapital/ ~ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/faithandcapital/ ~ Email: faithandcapital@gmail.com ~ Music by Cotter KoopmanSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/faithandcapital)

41mins

1 Dec 2019

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Why Church Clarity Matters with George Mekhail and Sarah Ngu

Can I Say This At Church Podcast

Support the show: Patreon l Glow l Episode Transcript It's time for churches, all of them, to make it absolutely clear what their beliefs are...Ambiguity is harmful. You can connect with Church Clarity right here: https://www.churchclarity.org/about Guest Bio: George Mekhail has been in the church his whole life. From growing up in the Coptic Orthodox tradition, to serving in Pastor roles within Evangelical and Mainline Churches. Follow him on twitter @gmekhail Sarah Ngu is a freelance writer based in New York. A leader at Forefront Brooklyn Church, Sarah is also a podcast host. Twitter @sarahngu Guest Music by David Dunn Tracks Include: Grace Will Lead Me Home, Vacation You can also find all the musical selections from all our episodes on our Spotify Playlist.  Check out all the things over at the store...it's a great way to support the show www.canisaythisatchurch.com/store What are you waiting for; consider becoming a Patreon supporter of the show. You'll have access to many perks as well as guaranteeing the future of these conversations; even $1/Month goes so far as this show is 100% listener supported.  Follow the show: https://www.facebook.com/CanISayThisAtChurch/ https://twitter.com/cistacpodcast https://www.canisaythisatchurch.com/ Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

50mins

25 Nov 2019

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An Interview with Sarah Ngu

Journaling Journalism

In this episode, Matt talks about finding your niche within journalism. Then to dig into the topic a bit more, Matt interviews freelance journalist Sarah Ngu to talk with her about what she writes about and how she got into it.

40mins

1 Sep 2019

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24 - Clarity with Sarah Ngu

God Help Us

Can women and queer people be church leaders? Christian congregations hold a wide variety of beliefs on both counts - but all too often, people experience a bait-and-switch, attending a church for months or even years before being denied a leadership role due to their gender and/or sexuality. Church Clarity is a crowd-sourced database that scores congregations based on their level of transparency. My guest, Sarah Ngu, is a co-founder of the site, and for her, clarity is a political act of redistributing power and holding industry leaders accountable. Sarah is a writer, speaker, ministry leader, co-founder of Church Clarity, and host of the Religious Socialism podcast. RECOMMENDED RESOURCES: Churchclarity.com Blog post on North Point Ministries FIND SARAH: Religioussocialism.org Sarahngu.com Twitter - I’m Annie Mesaros: a theologian, writer, spiritual guide, and host of this podcast. I offer coaching and facilitation for individuals and groups that are working to transform the world for good.  Learn more, contact me, and stream the full archive of God Help Us at anniemesaros.com. 

43mins

27 Jun 2019

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42: Church Clarity with Sarah Ngu + George Mekhail

Holy Cannoli

Clarity is reasonable and ambiguity is harmful.  That is the mission of Sarah Ngu + George Mekhail. To cause less harm for women and the LGBTQ+ community. They promote honesty and transparent communications for churches on their websites and more! https://www.churchclarity.org/ Follow them on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/churchclarity/ Connection with Sarah https://twitter.com/sarahngu and George on Twitter https://twitter.com/gmekhail --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/holycannoli/support

34mins

16 Apr 2019

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LIVE from Q Christian Fellowship Conference with Sarah Ngu of Church Clarity – Acts 17:26-27

Queer Theology

This week, we have a special episode of the Queer Theology podcast: our first ever live episode! Brian was at the Q Christian Fellowship Conference in Chicago, IL a few weeks ago to speak about polyamory on a panel about Christian sexual ethics (the very first openly polyamorous speaker at QCF and the first time polyamory was addressed from during an official workshop!) He was also invited to record Queer Theology live from the first-ever Brian M. Eckstein Podcast Stage. Sarah Ngu joined to discuss queerness, how we understand faith and the Bible, how we approach conversations of “is it OK to be LGBTQ?,” race and culture, implications queerness has on our faith journeys, one of Sarah’s favorite Bible passages, and so much more. Learn more about Church Clarity and their work to score churches on their clarity around actively enforced policies regarding LGBTQ people and women in leadership at churchclarity.org. If you want to connect with Sarah or Church Clarity, email sarah@churchclarity.org. Acts 17:26-27 From one ancestor he made all nations to inhabit the whole earth, and he allotted the times of their existence and the boundaries of the places where they would live, so that they would search for God and perhaps grope for him and find him—though indeed he is not far from each one of us. var podscribeEmbedVars = { epGuid: 'https://www.queertheology.com/?p=5725', rssUrl: 'https://www.queertheology.com/feed/podcast/?wpmfeedkey=1%3B803a7377a32346e6c2e9dad2350c33b1', backgroundColor: 'white', font: undefined, fontColor: undefined, speakerFontColor: undefined, height: '600px', showEditButton: false, showSpeakers: true, showTimestamps: true }; The post LIVE from Q Christian Fellowship Conference with Sarah Ngu of Church Clarity – Acts 17:26-27 appeared first on Queer Theology.

5 Feb 2019

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Sarah Ngu: Church Clarity

Lord Have Mercy

Join me, Crystal Cheatham as I chat with Sarah Ngu about Church Clarity and a few other projects she's involved in. As a fellow podcaster Sarah has taken charge of Religious Socialism and works as a deacon in her church. Sarah and I talk about scripture, church and some of the things we have in common like being kids of immigrants who happened to also be missionaries. Finally we get to chat about Church Clarity which is an online database that is rating churches one-by-one on policies and personnel as a means of bringing clarity to their stances on some of todays most important public and, often divisive, issues. Find out more at ChurchClarity.org.

43mins

8 Mar 2018

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Ep 35 - Church Clarity w Sarah Ngu

The Magnificast

Churches are supposed to be places of community, hospitality, and refuge, but what about when they're not? Many denominations and congregations routinely exclude LGBTQ people and that totally sucks. In this episode, Matt and Dean talk with Sarah Ngu, a comrade who works with Religious Socialism as well as with an organization called Church Clarity. Sarah explains possible ways to sort out the sheep from the goats of affirming churches and possible solutions to the vague statements concerning the openness and acceptance of LGBTQ people.

1hr 12mins

22 Nov 2017

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Ep 35 - Church Clarity w Sarah Ngu

The Magnificast

Churches are supposed to be places of community, hospitality, and refuge, but what about when they're not? Many denominations and congregations routinely exclude LGBTQ people and that totally sucks. In this episode, Matt and Dean talk with Sarah Ngu, a comrade who works with Religious Socialism as well as with an organization called Church Clarity. Sarah explains possible ways to sort out the sheep from the goats of affirming churches and possible solutions to the vague statements concerning the openness and acceptance of LGBTQ people.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

1hr 12mins

22 Nov 2017