Melody Liao-Chamberlain (she/her) likes riding her bike on smooth roads, eating plums, and playing music with her partner. She works as a program evaluator alongside an amazing team at the Native American Health Center in Oakland, CA.

My Twisted Fantasy of White Jesus
How My Proximity to Evangelical Christianity Was Really a Proximity to White Supremacy
By Melody Liao-Chamberlain

Currently, I’m searching for this other Jesus — the brown-skinned Middle Eastern Jesus who was born in the margins, lived in the margins and died in the margins. The Jesus who never accumulated wealth, never owned a home, never pastored at a church, never married, and who worked a blue-collar job his whole life.