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. 

Review of "Art and Faith" with Interview of the Author, Makoto Fujimura
By Chandra Crane

"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.