Grace Ji-Sun Kim | Listening to the Wisdom of Immigrant Women & Communities
Grace Ji-Sun Kim & Graham Hill discuss how we might learn from the wisdom and experiences of immigrant women and communities.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is a prolific writer, having published more than 10 books and 70 book chapters and journal articles. She challenges the church to engage with issues to do with the Asian-American Christian experience, and the faith-stories of Asian-American women. Her work on the social and religious experiences of Korean women immigrants to North America has received wide acclaim.
Grace Ji-Sun Kim unpacks the theological and cultural riches to be found in Asian-American and Asian-American-feminist approaches to faith and theology. She shows how Asian notions of Wisdom and the spirit can communicate with Christian ideas today. And she challenges the North American church to move beyond patriarchal and colonial and repressive forms of faith and theology.
Abridged Video (scroll down for entire video & study guides)
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Downloadable PDF Discussion Guides
Here are two downloadable PDFs. One is for small group settings. The other is for classroom settings. Use alongside the video. These resources are designed to help your small group and classroom discussions.
Don't forget to buy Graham Joseph Hill's books:
- Healing Our Broken Humanity
- Global Church
- Salt, Light, and a City (second edition)
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