Intersectional Theology: Homebrewed Happy Hour Live

Screen Shot 2020-05-21 at 12.46.46 AMIt was so much fun to be part of Homebrewed Happy Hour to talk about Intersectional Theology co-written with Susan Shaw.

We discussed how we came to write the book and its relevance to us today. We also answered questions from people who were watching us live stream on Facebook. Continue reading

Books worth wrestling with

I wrote a new column for The Christian Century.They invited a few writers to reflect on a book (any non-fiction book). I wrestled with Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus.

Books Worth Wrestling With

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We asked writers to tell us about a book that they disagree with—but that they also see as important enough to argue with.

May 6, 2020

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2020 Book of the Year Announcement


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So excited that the Academy of Parish Clergy included my latest book, Reimagining Spirit in their Top Ten List. So thrilled to be included in their 2020 Book of the Year Announcement.  

I really love the Academy of Parish Clergy and was honored to be their speaker a few years back. The minister members are kind, gracious and amazing. Thank you Parish Clergy for the honor. Continue reading

Decolonizing Evangelicalism: An 11:59 p.m. Conversation


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I wrote a Foreword to a new book, Decolonizing Evangelicalism: An 11:59 p.m. Conversation by Randy S. Woodley & Bo C. Sanders. 

It is such an important book for our present moment. I hope you all get a chance to read it and order it for your libraries.



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Keeping Hope Alive: Review by Robert Cornwall


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This is a new review of Keeping Hope Alive: Speeches & Sermons of Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. (Orbis Books), by Dr. Robert Cornwall. He has reviewed many of my books and I am so grateful to him for reading so many of them.

Thank you Dr. Cornwall for this review.

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On being an Asian American woman theologian


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The author and her family at her graduation in 2001. Image courtesy of Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Climate Justice talk at First Presbyterian Church Ann Arbor


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I am honored to be giving a talk on “Climate Justice: Why Should We Care?” at First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor on April 26, 2020.

It was supposed to be a live in person talk, but due to the pandemic, I will be doing it via Zoom. The presentation will be available later for the public. Continue reading