Intercultural Ministry – a review by Rev. Mark Koenig

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I am reposting a post, Intercultural Ministry-a review by Rev. Mark Koenig written for his blog site, Along the Graybeard Trail.

Please visit his blog site regularly to read other interesting blogs and pictures.

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Become a Vulnerable Mother

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This is my latest piece “Become a Vulnerable Mother” for the Feminist Studies in Religion and is reposted on the Huffington Post.

This past summer my oldest son did his first internship in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was hard to have him away from home; he had been back for only a few days this summer after classes ended at college before he left for this internship. Now he has just returned and is gone again to begin his sophomore year. It is an emotionally difficult time for me. I had always imagined that sending my kid off to college would be a joyous event, but it has been an emotional roller coaster ride. Continue reading

Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials

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I wrote a chapter in a new book, Theologians and Philosophers Using Social Media: Advice, Tips, and Testimonials edited by Dr. Thomas Jay Oord. It is a very interesting book if you are interested in social media, how it works, how to use it effectively etc., Continue reading

Envisioning the church of today: Ecological reformation for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

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I am reposting a section of my article, “Envisioning the church of today: Ecological reformation for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)” for the Presbyterian Outlook. Feel visit or read the magazine for the full article.

Editor’s note: Grace Ji-Sun Kim attended the 2015 United Nations climate change convention as a journalist, and in 2016 as an observer. This article reflects her opinions.  Continue reading

A Cry for Peace: Reunification of North and South Korea

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Here is my latest Huffington Post, “A Cry for Peace: Reunification of North and South Korea”.

 

Despite rising tensions between President Trump and Kim Jung Un, the annual military exercises by the U.S. and South Korea remain scheduled for August 21-31, 2017. This drill will be a coordinated naval, army and air force involving tens of thousands of American and South Korean troops. President Trump has raised the temperature by warning, “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States, They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen”. North Korea quickly responded by threatening to fire missiles at the United States’ territory of Guam. Continue reading