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Kyo-On Dokuro Roland Jaeckel is the teacher at Charles River Zen, a Rinzai Zen community practicing in the greater Boston area. Dokuro received inka shomei, Dharma Transmission, in the Japanese Rinzai Zen Hakuin lineage and is a Dharma heir of Shinge-shitsu Roko Sherry Chayat Roshi of the Zen Studies Society. He also received Temple Dharma Transmission from Denkyo-shitsu Kyozan Joshu Sasaki Roshi at Rinzai-ji, in Los Angeles.
 
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Episode 81 - Women In Leadership (Part 7): How The Past Re-elevates And Unsilences Women (feat. Marion Taylor) The models of women in the Bible and as church leaders & Bible interpreters over the centuries give us reasons to unpack and reconsider the dynamics between men & women and the decisions that have shaped the church. How might history resto…
 
Episode 80 - Women In Leadership (Part 6): Not Alone - The History of Women and Bible Interpretation (feat. Marion Taylor) The voices of the past call out to us as a reminder of how women throughout history have been part of forming an understanding of the Bible and how reclaiming their often untold or silenced testimony can paint a fuller picture …
 
Episode 79 - Women In Leadership (Part 5): Pioneers That Shape Our Perspective (New Leaf Network Learning Centre) Listening to the stories of women in ministry and leadership throughout history deeply impact our understanding and imagination. Without them, we lose a part of how God has been working over the past centuries and how to be informed in …
 
Episode 78 - Women In Leadership (Part 4): Candid Conversations On Gender Equity, Stereotypes, And Imposter Syndrome (feat. Jennifer Lau) Factors that impact women's opportunities for leadership come in various forms, whether it be from external perceptions, the availability of positions, or a sense of belonging and worthiness. Also, what does it m…
 
Episode 77 - Women In Leadership (Part 3): Speaking Up, Sharing Stories, Standing Together (feat. Grace Ji-Sun Kim) To break the narratives and cycles of sexism and racism, new stories must emerge to give hope, reveal the journey, and show our part in charting a new way. So grateful to be joined by Rev. Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim (pastor, author, and pro…
 
Episode 76 - Women In Leadership (Part 2): The Value Of The Roundabout Journey (feat. Milissa Ewing) Our first guest in this new series is Rev. Milissa Ewing, lead pastor of Redwood Park Church in Thunder Bay, ON! We're honoured to hear the ways in which God had been leading and preparing her through an unexpected path into ministry, how we are sha…
 
Episode 75 - Women In Leadership (Part 1): Why This Conversation Continues To Matter As we launch into this brand new series, we talk about why the conversation of women in leadership is still needed and pertinent for our churches and society. How do we create spaces for voices and experiences to be heard? What have been some of the challenges for …
 
Episode 74 - Anti-Asian Violence (Part 4): Different Perspectives & Postures (Listener Reflections) In the conclusion to our discussion on this important topic, we consider the various points of view and responses that our listeners had expressed. What was revealed was the various ways to process and understand the topic of Anti-Asian violence and …
 
Episode 73 - Anti-Asian Violence (Part 3): Sitting With A Brokenhearted God (Xenia Reacts) Xenia is back and brings her perspective on the anti-Asian violence conversation! We take a dive into the complex history of Canadian Asians and how those stories help us to understand how we've been shaped and how to process through what we face today. Where…
 
Episode 72 - Anti-Asian Violence (Part 2): Contemplating Our Steps Forward What are some tangible ways in which we can play a part to disrupt and break down the rhetoric of Ant-Asian violence? We consider how acts of hospitality, entering into culture, and the role of systems contribute and can be used as God's recovery and healing. Also, a breakth…
 
Episode 71 - Anti-Asian Violence (Part 1): Lamenting A Missing Narrative The events over this past year have exposed and amplified the latent narratives and sentiments that have escalated to otherness, scapegoating, and violence. Can critical race theory help us in our understanding? How do we process and lament the pain that has been caused and th…
 
Episode 70 - Wearing Your Witness: The Story Of Rise & Dew (feat. Hosea Cheung & Jocelyn Li) Combining clothing and being a witness, Rise & Dew is a Christian apparel venture located in BC that seeks to live out their faith boldly in an embodied way throughout every aspect of their organization. We had a blast hearing their story and passion for cr…
 
Episode 69 - A Sheet Of Scattered Sand: Thoughts On Fragmentation & Belonging (feat. Justin Tse) What binds us together? Are the ideologies and norms held among a people group more fragmented than originally believed? In the second half of our conversation with Dr. Justin Tse, we unpack the complexity of cultural identity and find a new way to see …
 
Episode 68 - Exploring Generations & Grounded Theologies (feat. Justin Tse) In the first part of our conversation with Dr. Justin Tse, we examine the origins of the term "generations", as well as the questions of how religion is understood and connects as it breaks through into the world. Fascinating, deep, and hilarious, this discussion was a blas…
 
Episode 67 - Nones & Dones Series Wrap-Up As we reach the end of this current series, we reflect on the stories that have been shared and what that has meant for us to walk alongside those without religious affiliation or who are done with the church. We've been encouraged, challenged, and stretched in our frameworks and engagement as the church. L…
 
Episode 66 - Nones & Dones Series: "Holding On To Something Bigger" (J&G's Story) What might be the perspective of religion from someone coming from a non-religious background? How might he/she understand and reflect on experiences in churches, spiritual events, and religion classes? If faith is not experienced growing up, what impact might that ha…
 
Episode 65 - Nones & Dones Series: "Our Sunday Family Activity" (Mike's Story) Growing up with positive church experiences with our families can be formative in our understanding of religion and faith, but does it naturally resonate and correlate with our transition into adulthood? As we listen and reflect on Mike’s story, we explore changing famil…
 
Episode 64 - Nones & Dones Series: What The Data Tells Us... And What It Doesn't (feat. Joel Thiessen & Arch Wong) From a sociological and ministry perspective, research can provide valuable insights in understanding the phenomenon of a growing population of those identifying as having no religious affiliation. At the same time, it has also reveale…
 
Episode 63 - Nones & Dones Series: "I Tried Everything" (Dan's Story) What happens when a person has a genuine desire to experience God in his/her life and has tried every way a community of faith has to offer, but still feels empty and unconvinced? In this episode, we listen to Dan's story, his decades long struggle in looking for answers, and his…
 
Episode 62 - Nones & Dones Series: "What Went Wrong?" (Reflections on Helen's Story) One of the questions that Helen asked the audience to consider was how she ended up in this specific place in her spiritual life. In her own words, she reflected on the many factors and "what went wrong" which led to her decision to leave her church. In our candid …
 
Episode 61 - Nones & Dones Series: Introduction & Helen's Story It's been a long time coming, but we're so excited to start off the new year with a series focusing on the nones & dones: those who have no religious affiliation, have left the church, or are done with faith. In this introduction, we talk about the importance and the personal reasons f…
 
Episode 60 - Reflections On Season 3 [Year End Wrap-Up] What a year 2020 has been!! We pause for a moment and reflect back on the conversations and lessons learned from the third season of our podcast journey. Join us as we dive into highlight episodes that have challenged us and continue to form us personally and in ministry. Also, a sneak peek at…
 
Episode 59 - In The Space Between (Introducing Xenia Chan) A new voice emerges on the Canadian Asian Missional Podcast as we welcome our friend Xenia Chan as a new co-host! We talk about her experiences and what she's observed in ministry, seminary education, Canadian Asian context, and what it looks like to reclaim the "Jesus narrative" in our con…
 
Episode 58 - #ChurchToo Movement, Part 3: A Survivor's Story (feat. Rebecca K. Tan) TRIGGER WARNING: In these episodes, we discuss the subject matter of relational and sexual abuse and assault. Please exercise discretion and wisdom in listening as the nature of the topic may trigger some individuals. In the third part of our continuing conversation…
 
Episode 57 - The Secular Age, Part 2: Engagement & Ministry (feat. Andrew Root) In gaining a clearer picture of the various stages of the secular age, how might that inform and impact our level of engagement and ministry practices? What happens if we misidentify which level we are in? What unique challenges do we face in today's age? Here's the sec…
 
Episode 56 - The Secular Age, Part 1: Understanding The Stages (feat. Andrew Root) As society and culture move away from religious traditions, how can we understand the various shifts and stages of secularism? Do we have a common definition or understanding? Dr. Andrew Root joins our conversation as we dive into this important topic and unpack what…
 
Episode 55 - Being Asian-Canadian Christian Witnesses (AFC Advanced Leadership Training) Over this past summer, we had the wonderful opportunity to collaborate with Ambassadors For Christ In Canada to lead a training event for their campus leaders online, specifically focusing on being Asian-Canadian witnesses in our culture today. We got to share …
 
Episode 54 - Listening To Nuance: Observing Faith & Church Experiences Through Ethnography (feat. Scott Wall) Much has been said about the patterns and social customs of Canadian Asian church and faith experiences, but do those descriptions line up with how people are actually living our lives? Are we jumping to conclusions and preemptively ringing…
 
Episode 53 - Secularism & Tension: Asian Witness In French-Speaking Canada (feat. Rici Be) Almost one quarter of Canada's population resides in the province of Quebec and its distinct culture and history has shaped a unique landscape for ministry. Coming out of a difficult relationship with religion and having embraced secularism which extends all …
 
Episode 52 - The Next Generation Lead Pastor, Part 2: New Perspectives, Priorities & Postures (feat. Ho-Ming Tsui & George Mah) While the lead pastor of the future brings new vision and values, they also enter into a established rhythms and expectations. What does it look like to work toward change, while engaging in the slow process of investment …
 
Commemorating Denkyō-shitsu Kyōzan Jōshū Rōshi, A talk given about "How did we get here?" and a call to all disciples and students of this particular lineage to come together to carry forward the wealth of a living tradition.Dokuro Jaeckel Osho による
 
Episode 51 - The Next Generation Lead Pastor, Part 1: Building Trust & The Benefits/Challenges of Legacy (feat. Ho-Ming Tsui & George Mah) As newer generations of Asian Canadian pastors step into the roll of the lead/senior position, what will be the course that they chart for themselves and the church? What can someone expect as they follow the le…
 
Episode 50 - Tales Of Race, Identity & Faith ...Illustrated (feat. Gene Luen Yang) Topics such as race & diversity, immigration, Eastern vs. Western ideologies, and spirituality have rarely been so prolifically expressed, seamlessly integrated, or so fun to read as in the imaginative and thoughtful works of Gene Luen Yang. The award-winning cartoon…
 
Episode 49 - The Spirit Is Moving & Leading: A Conversation on Pentecostalism (feat. Josh Samuel) How can we recognize the main role of the Holy Spirit in our lives, faith, and communities? Joined by our good friend, Rev. Dr. Josh Samuel from Masters College & Seminary, we explore one of the fastest growing global Christian movements of our generat…
 
Episode 48 - #ChurchToo Movement, Part 2: Cancel Culture, Dismembered Pastors, and Creating Safety (feat. Xenia Chan & Daisey Lin) TRIGGER WARNING: In these episodes, we discuss the subject matter of sexual and power abuse and assault. Please exercise discretion and wisdom in listening as the nature of the topic may trigger some individuals. In the…
 
Episode 47 - #ChurchToo Movement, Part 1: Leadership & Power Dynamics Between Men & Women (feat. Xenia Chan & Daisey Lin) TRIGGER WARNING: In these episodes, we discuss the subject matter of sexual and power abuse and assault. Please exercise discretion and wisdom in listening as the nature of the topic may trigger some individuals. Over the past s…
 
Episode 46 - Navigating Faith & Doubt: Freedom, Fear, and Charity (feat. Austin Fischer) When it comes to working out our convictions, there are definitely helpful and unhelpful approaches. What are the lenses in which we understand our theology? Is there grace and freedom to re-evaluated and change our traditions while still staying faithful? What…
 
Episode 45 - Roots, Adoption, & Forming New Expressions Of Worship (feat. John Baik) Styles of worship and liturgy have a long history and connection to cultures and influences. As we take a glimpse at the deeper roots that have shaped our modern expressions and the ties they have to our ethnic identities, we long for a new imagination that honours…
 
Episode 44 - Worship In Canadian Asian Churches: A Japanese, Korean, and Chinese Perspective (feat. Kevin Ueta & John Baik) How and why does worship look and sound the way it does in the Canadian Asian context? What has influenced the way it is led and how has it impacted generations of the congregation? We explore and compare three different persp…
 
Special Episode – The Coronavirus: How It Reveals Who We Are & Where We Might Be Headed In the midst of a global pandemic, are we recognizing what it is revealing about ourselves, what we value, and the worldview we hold on to? As churches and communities wrestle and work out how to respond and continue to move forward, is there an opportunity for …
 
Episode 43 - Exploring Diversity As we inhabit spaces filled with people from various cultures and ethnic backgrounds, what is the most helpful ways in which we can understand diversity? Is it necessary to differentiate or do we just accept the make-up of our cities? And what does this mean for for those who come from multiple cultures? We tackle t…
 
Episode 42 - Facing Cultural & Generational Conflict When we face generational and cultural conflict in the Canadian Asian context, how do we best engage and navigate through the challenges? We take a look at some common factors, how to recognize and work through antagonisms, recapturing truth-telling, and how addressing tension and conflict is con…
 
Episode 41 - The CEO Pastor & Mutual Decision Making On any given week, many decisions need to be made in regards to who the church strives to be, what happens in the context of ministries, and how to forge forward as a community seeking to follow God on His mission. But the question is: how do we make those decisions? And what does the process rev…
 
Episode 40 - Will 2nd/3rd Generation Pastors Stay In Canadian Asian Churches? With many cultural and generational divides and differences in Canadian Asian communities, will younger generations decide to stay and develop predominately immigrant and mono-ethnic churches? Or will they decide to venture into new expressions of faith and models of chur…
 
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