You’ll find a mix of writing styles here; personal narratives, reviews, lists, expository essays, poetry, songs, prayers, some tongue-in-cheek stuff and maybe when I have an abundance of creative time and energy, a comic strip or two.

In any case, the subject matter focuses on these categories.


Transracial adoption is a much more complex experience than most people understand. I share my personal stories as well as challenging common narratives that don’t do adoptees justice.


Ethnic heritage is a piece of our God-given identities. Racial identities shape how we live and move in the world. These posts address topics related to race, racism, and the value of ethnic identity.


As a Christian, it is required of me to do justice, love kindness and walk humbly (Micah 6:8). What does it look like to live out our faith at the intersection of race, adoption, and justice?