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Jun 16, 2017

The second half of my interview with Darryl Brumfield. Darryl has spent more than thirty years as both a software engineer and as a pastor. For the last several years he’s been serving at Newsong Church in Santa Ana, CA. He’s a gifted speaker, funny story teller, and, as someone who grew up in the city of Compton during white flight, someone with an extremely unique and fascinating childhood, with experiences he’s carried with him to this day. Last year, Darryl published his first book called, “Hearing God & Slaying Giants in Your Career.” I had the pleasure of speaking to Darryl, learning more about how he thinks, and simply shearing the amazing stories about his life. 

Many thanks to Darryl for his arresting insight and generosity of spirit!

Music: 
Husky - Joey Pecocaro
Ocean - THBD

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Jun 10, 2017

Darryl Brumfield has spent more than thirty years as both a software engineer and as a pastor. For the last several years he’s been serving at Newsong Church in Santa Ana, CA. He’s a gifted speaker, funny story teller, and, as someone who grew up in the city of Compton during white flight, someone with an extremely unique and fascinating childhood, with experiences he’s carried with him to this day. Last year, Darryl published his first book called, “Hearing God & Slaying Giants in Your Career.” I had the pleasure of speaking to Darryl, learning more about how he thinks, and simply shearing the amazing stories about his life. 

Many thanks to Darryl for his generosity and insight!

Two quick corrections: The Watts Riots happened in 1965, not 1968. And there were actually two “Great Migrations” of African Americans from the south, the first wave in the 1920s, and the  which began in 1940.

Music: 
Partly Sunny - Joey Pecocaro

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Twitter @davidgchang
whatjustpodcast @ gmail . com

Jun 6, 2017

This is a special episode. The regular What Just Happened podcast will be back again soon!

I'm thrilled to be part of the launch of the brand new PAAC Podcast! This is a project that PAAC co-founders Lydia Suh and Liz Lin had been wanting to do for months. And whether you call it divine intervention or just remarkable timing, the stars aligned to make it happen. 

Today’s episode is about origin stories. How Lydia and Liz met, how the PAAC Facebook group and podcast came to be, and looking ahead, what they aspire for the future.

We want this podcast to be an extension of the Progressive Asian American Christian community. To that end, please subscribe to the podcast, spread the word to your friends and family, and let us know what you’d like to hear on the show. We would also be very grateful if you helped others discover the show by leaving a rating and review on iTunes.

Thank you to everyone who helped put this podcast together. And special thanks to all the members of the PAAC Facebook community, who have created a space and community where people feel at home.

Thank you all for listening!

PAAC Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/progressiveasianamericanchristians/

Page: https://www.facebook.com/PAACpodcast/

PAAC Conference 2017: http://progressiveasianamericanchristians.org/

Liz’s articles:

“The Loneliness of the Progressive Asian American Christian,” http://thesaltcollective.org/loneliness-progressive-asian-american-christian/

"Still a Progressive Asian American Christian, Now a Lot Less Lonely,” http://thesaltcollective.org/still-progressive-asian-american-christian-now-lot-less-lonely/

Twitter: @paacpodcast
Email: progressiveaachristians @ gmail . com

Music:
Liquid Memories - Lucid
Porter Robinson & Madeon - Shelter

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