Contemplations from the Heart: Review

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RESOURCE_TemplateHere is a book review of my book, Contemplations from the Heart by Pastor David Hershey.  Thank you very much for writing this review.  It is much appreciated.

If you would like a review copy of my book, please contact me.

 

This book is aptly titled; as you read it you can see Grace Ji-Sun Kim’s heart pouring through. Continue reading

For the Good of Our Shared Earth: The World Council of Churches and ‘Religions for the Earth’

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climateI will be participating in the World Council of Church’s Interfaith Climate Summit as well as Union Theological Seminary’s “Religions for the Earth” conference in NYC.  Here is my latest for the Huffington Post.

 

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We Must Be Heard

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we must be heardMy eldest son and his three friends started a not for profit organization, We Must Be Heard

It is run by teens for the teens of the world. It is a diverse group of teens who span the entire state of Pennsylvania (for now).  Below is a copy from their new website. 

They are trying to raise funds for their new organization. Please help support their new project.  Much thanks.

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BRC and Friends: 09.04.14: EP2 with Grace Ji-Sun Kim

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Women of Color in Ministry: Ending Discrimination

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safe_image.phpThis is my latest for The Huffington Post.  The post is about women of color clergywomen and ending discrimination. 

The Women of Color will hold a Launch Event on October 17 and 18, 2014, at Convent Avenue Baptist Church, in Harlem, NY.  All are welcome to attend. Please share this post with your church and friends.

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Reflections Along the Journey: Theological Narratives of Korean American Clergywomen

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photo credit: Dwight Morita

We are doing a Pubslush Campaign to raise funds to help publish a new book, Reflections Along the Journey: Theological Narratives of Korean American Clergywomen
(Judson Press).

Please help spread the word and please support our publication.  Please go to the original site to donate.  Thank you!!

 

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Foreign Women: Ezra, Intermarriage and Asian American Women’s Identity

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FT1This is my latest journal article for Feminist Theology “Foreign Women:  Ezra, Intermarriage and Asian American Women’s Identity”.  It is published in Feminist Theology 2014, Vol. 22(3): 241-252.

 

Abstract
One’s ‘Asianness’ signifies to the white dominant group, that s/he is a foreigner and consequently a second-class citizen. Asian American women have been perceived to be the perpetual foreigner. The understanding of the foreigner within the book of Ezra brings to light how foreign women were treated, excluded and forced to move away. As more immigrants come into North America, we need to learn ways to welcome them fully and not as second- class citizens or the Other.

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