Episode 16 | Tackling Tough Topics: Raise Your Voice with Kathy Khang

Do you ever feel like an imposter? Like someone is going to figure out that you aren’t really who you are? That you can’t really do what you have set out to do? It’s a real thing, a real fear. The Imposter Syndrome is just ONE of the places we go on this amazing episode. We are tackling tough topics, y’all and we got one of THE best on the show today. You may have heard her on Jen Hatmaker’s For The Love podcast recently as her latest book was released, “Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up.” She KILLS it on exploring how to find your voice, failing as you go, and raising it up in confidence. You are NOT going to want to miss this.

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Kathy Khang’s book Raise Your Voice: Why We Stay Silent and How to Speak Up came out this past summer. She is a columnist for Sojourners magazine and a contributing author of More Than Serving Tea (InterVarsity Press, 2006), DO BETTER Study Guide and Journal(2017), and God’s Graffiti Devotional(2015). She blogs at www.kathykhang.com, tweets and Instagrams as @mskathykhang, posts at www.facebook.com/kathykhangauthor, and partners with other bloggers, pastors, and Christian leaders to highlight and move the conversation forward on issues of race, ethnicity, and gender within the Church.

Ms. Khang has a BS in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and worked as a reporter in Green Bay and Milwaukee, WI before joining InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA where she currently is the director of campus access initiatives. She also serves on the board of Evangelicals for Social Action and Sojourners.

Amy Seiffert