I am honored to be invited to speak at 2017 KOSTA/USA Conference at North Central College, July 3-7, 2017.
There is a good list of seminar speakers and I am excited to be included in this list.
I will be speaking on “Asian American Identity” and it will be presented bilingually.
I will also share my life journey Wednesday evening in Korean.
Duke Divinity Center for Reconciliation Conversations took place in the Spring of 2016 and I was honored to give a talk on my latest book, Embracing the Other.
Watch all 6 of my little videos. They can be used for classes or bible study groups. Continue reading
I am delighted to announce a new book in the “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora” Book Series (Palgrave Macmillan).
The new book by Dr. Mark Chung Hearn, Religious Experience Among Second Generation Korean Americans is a wonderful contribution to the important Christian discourse of how Korean Americans have added richness to the American religious experience. Please order a copy for your libraries, colleges and seminaries. I hope you can use it in your classes too. Continue reading
My latest Huffington Post, “No One Deserves Abuse” for the Huffington Post.
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Growing up Asian American, I recognized that obedience was important. As a child, I was instilled with the understanding that I was to obey my parents and my elders. It was important to my parents that I know and practice this; it was drilled into me every time I went to the Korean Presbyterian church and to my Korean language school. They all told that me I had to obey. Continue reading