Society often asks us to tick the box of our preferred identity. But as second generation young people of Asian origin, things aren’t necessarily as clear-cut as they may at first seem. How do we navigate our identity in an increasingly diverse society and find our true identity in Christ, bringing hope into a fragmented world?

Join Steve Uppal – senior leader of All Nations Christian Centre, Wolverhampton – as we discuss identity, race and what it means to follow Christ.

Other speakers:

Wien Fung , Chinese Church in London

Sanjay Rajo, Naujavan

Raisa Johnson, Evangelical Alliance

Brought to you by threads – an online collective of Christians in their 20s and 30s exploring faith and life – and the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance, this will be a night of inspiration and discussion as we carve out our identities together.

Date: Tuesday, 25 November

Time: 7pm – 9.30pm

Place: Evangelical Alliance, 176 Copenhagen Street, London, N1 0ST

Visit the event page or get tickets below.

Hong Kong Photo by Dhilung Kirat

Written by the threads team // threads on  Twitter // threads on  Facebook

We are a collective of Christians from all walks of life, who are living, working and trying to carve out our identity in our worlds. We know our lives can be broken and dislocated and we also know Jesus is the ultimate fixer. We are humble, because we are not worthy. So we’re not judges, and we don’t do platitudes. Life can be full of knots, but we’re living it to the full.

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