It is an important book…so get a copy! Continue reading
“The Sisterhood of Presbyterian Korean-American Clergywomen” by Grace Ji-Sun Kim & Mihee Kim-Kort is published in The Presbyterian Outlook, July 10, 2017, p. 18-21.
The July issue has many other interesting articles about Korean Presbyterians. Please log in online to read them all or get a print copy of The Presbyterian Outlook.
I am so honored and excited to speak, preach and teach at Rev. Andy Kort‘s church, First Presbyterian Church Bloomington, Ind. I will give a Book Talk on Saturday, September 10, on Embracing the Other at 6:00 PM. All are welcome and books will be available for purchase.
On Sunday, September 11th I will teach an Adult Education Class in Room 7 at 10:00 AM.
I will preach at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. Hope to see some of you there. Continue reading
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.
We need more Asian American writers, especially Asian American women writers. i am happy to announce that Rev. Mihee Kim-Kort has just published her second book, Streams Run Uphill. I had the privilege of writing the Foreword to her first book, Making Paper Cranes. Congratulations Rev. Kim-Kort on your second book.
la vida es la lucha
Coined by our mujerista theologians it literally means, “life is struggle,” or even more simply “to live is to struggle.” Conversely, the flip is true, too Continue reading
By Grace Ji-Sun Kim
I write this on the blackboard on the day I cover Feminist Theology in my course, Theology from the Underside. I ask the students to read it. Most students read it as “penis envy.”
The way my students read this phrase seems to reinforce how Sigmund Freud has deeply influenced our societal perceptions of men and women. According to Freud, “penis envy” refers to the inner desire that women presumably wish they were men. For some time women adapted Freud’s teachings and actually believed that a penis was they all desired inwardly. Continue reading
Rev. Mihee Kim-Kort’s book is now released. I wrote a Foreword and endorsed her creative new book. Below is a repost of Rev. Kim-Kort’s blog on her thoughts on releasing her first book.
Making Paper Cranes is now (actually, it sort of has been for a bit) available on Amazon and Chalice Press.
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“With this historical backdrop, Making Paper Cranes takes us on a theological journey that explores, reflects and contributes to Asian American Feminist Theology discourse through engaging literary, historical, and sociological sources. Most importantly, Kim-Kort writes from her heart as she finds herself in the statistics and dates of these literary, historical, and social narratives. Continue reading