I am so excited to announce a new forthcoming book Mother Daughter Speak: Lessons on Life cowritten with my daughter Elisabeth Sophia Lee.
It is a project that we have been working on for several years. So we are very pleased that it will be published soon by FAR Press. Look for it soon.
Please check out Asian American Theological Forum (AATF). This forum was founded by Dr. Sunggu Yang who is Louisville Postdoctoral Fellow at Wake Forest University.
There are exciting new articles, reviews and announcements on the AATF website. Below is a repost of a book review of my own book, Contemplations from the Heart.
Congratulations to the Revs. Mihee Kim-Kort and Andy Kort on their new book, Yoked: Stories of a Clergy Couple in Marriage, Family and Ministry.
I endorsed this wonderful new book. It is a great book for couples who are interested in honest reflections about marriage, children and living as a couple. Thanks to both for a wonderful book.
Read her first book, Making Paper Cranes which I also endorsed and wrote the Foreword for the book.
Just learned that my 5th book, Contemplations from the Heart: Spiritual Reflections on Family, Community and the Divine is now available for purchase on the Wipf and Stock website.
I am thankful to Dr. Don McKim for his generous Foreword to my book. I am also thankful to many friends who supported me along the way (please read my Acknowledgements). I also want to thank Mark Koenig, Kee Won Huh, David Hershey, Katie Mulligan and to my research assistant Bruce Marold who have read over my manuscript and offered helpful suggestions. My heart is full of thanks and gratitude. Continue reading
This was originally posted on Feminist Studies in Religion blogsite.
As many Christians including myself celebrate Christmas, we want to take a moment to pause and reflect upon what it means to celebrate Christmas.
As we live in the busyness of getting into the Christmas spirit, the message of the birth of Christ gets lost in the fervor of buying present, decorating the trees and holding Continue reading
As a mom, I really cannot keep up with my kids. Especially when it comes to the latest games or things on the computer. My youngest has been bothering me all summer long about Minecraft. I have no idea what he is talking about and I still don’t. Oftentimes, I have ignored his request about Minecraft. Continue reading