American Academy of Religion (AAR) holds elections every year to elect new members to the AAR Board.
I am so excited to be one of the newest At-Large Director at the AAR. I join a great team of other board members. I am very honored to be working with such a wonderful group of board members.
I wrote a chapter “Land, Exile and the Spirit of God: Rebuilding Selves in a Globalized World” in a new book, Always Being Reformed edited by David H. Jensen.
This book emerged from the Inaugural Clarence N. and Betty B. Frierson Distinguished Scholars’ Conference at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary held in April 2014. So honored to be invited to attend the conference and be part of this book project. Many thanks to Dean Jensen.
I am reposting Dr. Cornwall’s review:
HERE I AM: Faith Stories of Korean American Clergywomen.Edited by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Foreword by Neal D. Presa. Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press, 2015. Xi + 162.
I am thrilled and honored to write a piece for the new book, What Did Jesus Ask? Christian Leaders Reflect on His Questions of Faith (TIME) edited by Elizabeth Dias.
This is such a wonderful collection of 65 different writers from around the world who tackle the questions that Jesus asked. I am honored to be in this collection.
I endorsed a new book, Signs of Hope in the City: Renewing Urban Mission, Embracing Radical Hope, edited by Dr. Graham Hill. Read this new book if you are interested in urban missions, church, interfaith dynamics and more……
Dr. Graham Hill is an internationally recognised practical theologian, teacher, and speaker. He is an international leader in the fields of global theology, world Christianity, and missional theology and practice. Graham is Vice Principal of Morling Baptist Theological College, Sydney, Australia, and Director of the GlobalChurch Project. Continue reading