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Sarah Ngu is, among other things, a freelance writer, journalist, deacon, podcaster, and co-founder of Church Clarity. In this episode, Sarah shares her journey of growing up in Malaysia, moving to the U.S. at age 10, coming out to her parents, and moving from Southern California to New York City. She also tells us about her very own podcast “Religion and Socialism,” why she identifies as she, he, or they, and why she strongly dislikes Tim Keller. Thank you again Sarah Ngu for coming on the podcast! And thank you for listening!

Sarah Ngu:  https://www.sarahngu.com/

Sarah’s recent article mentioned on the episode: https://www.vice.com/en_asia/article/kzmpyy/some-asian-governments-claim-lgbtq-culture-is-a-western-invention-heres-why-thats-garbage  

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PeriTune – Emotional 

Scandinavianz – Summertime 

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“When I think about how the Gospel can be a truly liberating force, I think of people like [my dad], and how I deeply wish he, and all of us, could truly be free.” – Sarah Ngu