Earlham School of Religion’s “Ministry of Writing Colloquium” Keynote speaker is Barbara Brown Taylor.
It is going to be a good colloquium with many practical workshops. I am excited to lead a workshop entitled, “How Do You Build a Faithful Presence Online?” Please do register today. Continue reading
This is my latest post for Feminist Studies in Religion on Co-writing: Theological Reflections on “Gangnam Style”. This new book is co-written with Dr. Joseph Cheah and is available for pre-order on Amazon.
This is the first book in the Palgrave Book Series, “Asian Christianity in the Diaspora”. We are seeking proposals and book manuscripts.
This is my latest post for Feminist Studies in Religion. I reflect on writing my fifth book which is due to be published Summer 2014.
Several weeks ago I submitted my manuscript for my upcoming fifth book, Contemplations from the Heart: Spiritual Reflections on Family, Community, and the Divine (Wipf and Stock, Summer 2014). I submitted the final Continue reading
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This is a repost of my blog on Feminist Studies in Religion.
Their words seem to flow out of their minds and land so beautifully on their laptop screens. They seem to write effortlessly with their words artistically captured and perfectly written on the pages their printers produce. Their ideas seem magically to appear, profoundly laid out before their eyes.
For some, writing is their passion and they are masters of it. But for the rest of us, writing is torturous. My experience of writing is painful, full of anxiety, and full of stress. For me, it is a forced task which comes with lots of mind-convincing tactics and promises to Continue reading