If you’ve ever wanted to know just how to create bridges in a world where there seem to be so many cultural divides, then you won’t want to miss this episode of Leading Simple. I sit down with Dr. Michelle Ami Reyes, an author, speaker, and activist who is passionate about the relationship between culture and faith. Take a listen as we chat about German folklore, being all things to all people, and her personal experiences as an Indian American woman. Michelle also shares some conversation starters to navigate cultural divides.

About our Guest

Dr. Michelle Ami Reyes is a second generation Indian American author, speaker, and activist. She is the Vice President of the Asian American Christian Collaborative and the Co-Executive Director at Pax. In 2014, Michelle and her husband co-planted Hope Community Church, a minority-led multicultural church in East Austin. She also serves as the local CCDA Austin Networker. Michelle has a forthcoming book with Zondervan on cross-cultural relationships. Her writings on faith and culture have appeared in Christianity Today Women, ERLC, Missio Alliance, The Gospel Coalition, and Patheos, among other publications. She is passionate about breaking cycles of injustice in our country and helping inspire and equip the next generation to live out their callings at the intersection of their faith and culture. She and her husband live in Austin, Texas with their two amazing children.

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