Bearing fruit is work; blooming takes time; does a red date grow up; just to wrinkle in the hot Asian sun?
Tasha is a melancholy dreamer, a biracial Korean American storyteller, wife to Matt, mama to three, and likely craving kimchi and fries. She grew up in a multicultural and biracial home with the backdrop of three different countries and continents. Her world has always felt like a cultural collision and she sees the world best through stories and poetry. She is passionate about helping others notice beauty and embrace themselves as wholly beloved image bearers. She writes about everyday life and cultural identity. Writing has always been the way God has led her towards home and the hope of shalom. Tasha is a monthly contributor at (in)Courage. She’s also written for publications like Relevant, The Mudroom, PAX, SheLoves Magazine, MOPs, Think Christian and others. She’s currently working on her first book about identity, faith, and belonging, due to be released in May 2023. Find her on Instagram www.instagram.com/tashajunb or sign up for her monthly(ish) updates at https://bit.ly/3C1JDtb