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Engaging with social justice is complicated and messy, and yet it’s the invitation for all Christians.
20 Minute Takes breaks down the big and complicated and brings it into everyday life. Whether through interviews with people on the frontlines or breaking down the concepts in the headlines, 20 Minute Takes helps Christians to stir the imagination for what faithfulness and living justly can look like. 20 Minute Takes is hosted by Nikki Toyama-Szeto, executive director of Christians for Social Action.
20 Minute Takes is hosted by Nikki Toyama-Szeto
Nikki served as the producer for “The New Activist” podcast (with Eddie Kaufholz) and has directed the program of national and international conferences. One of her passions is curating conversations with fascinating people that stir the Christian imagination.
She writes on justice, leadership, gender issues and racial justice for various magazines and she serves as a “Leading Voice” for the Missio Alliance. Her work was profiled on NPR, Religion and Politics, Christianity Today, and Rejuvenate Magazine. She is a co-author of The God of Justice: IJM Institute’s Global Church Curriculum (IVP, 2015).
She has a BS in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and an MA in organizational leadership from Eastern University, studying in South Africa.
Nikki resides in the DC metro area with her family and has been the Executive Director of Christians for Social Action since 2017.