BEING “BOTH-AND” [An intro to third-culture + the Kingdom of God]

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To be a third-culture person is to live life in-between. You are not fully one or the other. Imagine yourself as a beautiful red suspension bridge over a river. You have a strong connection to the land on both sides but most of your life is more connected to the water which is ever changing. People from both sides recognize you as somehow part of them, but don’t believe you fully belong with them. The […]

Interview with a local artist : Boshi (Part 2 of 2)

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Boshi (Dah Poe) is a talented musician and artist from the Karen tribe (Burma/Myanmar). He connected to Proskuneo through the School of the Arts in Clarkston and now serves surrounding communities through his creative gifts. Click here to read part 1 of this interview! Part 2: Building a network of Karen musicians and empowering the community [Interview by Proskuneo intern, Sarah Oh] I noticed that you have a YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ7-z9-aIeWZNO-oz9w0-Vw/featured ) and have started […]

Interview with a local artist: Boshi (part 1 of 2)

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Boshi (Dah Poe) is a talented musician and artist from the Karen tribe (Burma/Myanmar). He connected to Proskuneo through the School of the Arts in Clarkston and now serves surrounding communities through his creative gifts. Learn more through his insights about stewardship and community development, focusing on the church and youth! Part 1: Stewarding creative gifts within the Karen church community and youth [Interview by Proskuneo intern, Sarah Oh] How have you been using your […]