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Faith Stories of Korean American Clergywomen. Edited by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Foreword by Neal D. Each of us have stories to tell, and each story has a context.
I am, for instance, a white straight married male Protestant clergyman living in the United States.
My experiences in life will be different from a Korean American clergywoman. One major difference Injustices god and younger sister that society is more likely to accept my identity as a member of the clergy than a Korean woman.
Indeed, to be a woman in a Korean context is to flout expectations, even more so than for a white woman. Here I Am is a collection of stories. In many cases these are stories of survival and perseverance in the face of difficult cultural challenges. To be Korean in America presents one set of challenges.
To be a woman called to ministry in a Korean context presents another set of challenges. So, I want to thank Grace for entrusting these stories to my care.
Having the opportunity to read them has been an enriching experience.
The book is a collection of essays written by Korean American Presbyterian clergywomen. The stories are personal and theological. Indeed, the third section of the book is comprised of sermons, which in themselves are revealing of identity and call. Throughout the book the contributors explore the dynamics of being women and Korean.
They face the reality that the broader society sees them as different, even foreign. At the same time, they face the challenge of a highly patriarchal Korean society.
One element of the story that I had not even thought of concerned the role of Confucianism in Korean culture. Having recently read a book that suggested the value of a Confucian form of Christianity Confucius for Christians by Gregg Tenn ElshofI was introduced to a different side of the issue.
What I discovered from these essays is that Korean Christians find it as difficult to disentangle Christianity from Confucianism as European American Christians find it difficult to separate out the European cultural elements that have been embedded in Western Christianity.
With these cultural issues in mind, I discovered that the hurdles placed before these women are exceedingly high. Much higher than hurdle I may have faced along the way toward my own ordination. Even as the Korean context presents difficulties, so do the American cultural dynamics.
Since being white is often equated with being American, a person of color, especially a person of Asian descent, will often be seen as the other. To be Korean and American means dealing stereotype. Indeed, it means facing the reality that one will be perceived as a perpetual foreigner.
People will be surprised at how well you speak English, even though English might be your primary language. These challenges are dealt with in some detail by Grace Kim in her chapter in the book. She writes that "minorities are always asked to define themselves or are identified with some form of adjective, while white, European Americans are never asked to define themselves" p.
Other chapters deal with what might think of as the mundane. Mihee Kim-Kort, for instance, speaks of the relationship of parenthood to vocational ministry. The book falls into three parts: The book is introduced by Grace Ji-Sun Kim, who sets the stage for the conversation.
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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, Xi + Each of us have stories to tell, and each story has a context.
I am, for instance, a white straight married male Protestant clergyman living.