Chandra Crane (B.S. Education, M.A. Ministry) is the Multiethnic Initiatives Mixed Ministry Coordinator with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and a member of the multiethnic Redeemer Church in Jackson, Mississippi. Growing up in a multiethnic/multicultural family in the Southwest and now happily transplanted to the Deep South, Chandra is passionate about diversity and family. She is a Regular Contributor for Dordt University’s "In All Things" and has written for The Witness: A Black Christian Collective and InterVarsity’s "The Well". Chandra is the author of "Mixed Blessing: Embracing the Fullness of Your Multiethnic Identity" from InterVarsity Press (2020). She is also the host of the podcast Mixed Blessing: Breaking Bread at the Multiethnic Table, available now on all podcast platforms. She is married to Kennan, a civil engineer, and they have two spunky daughters. Chandra is a fan of hot tea, crossword puzzles, Converse shoes, and science fiction. She thoroughly enjoys reading, napping, and defying stereotypes.
"Art and Faith" can be seen as something of a magnum opus, the culmination of many decades of creating paintings and developing his process of “slow art”. Instead of worrying about the completion of a project, slow art values the actual process of making, which Mako does by focusing on each step of the process.