Jooho Lee is a graduate of ISAAC’s internship program. He was the first ISAAC intern to come from Princeton Theological Seminary as an MDiv student. He will start an Assistant Professorship of Business and Ethics at Pepperdine University, Fall 2017.
“I’ve just returned from the Gala, amazed, energized and grateful. The company of women you’ve elevated on this evening’s platform reflects an astounding amount of hope, strength, talent, gifts, confidence and anointing. What powerful aspects of prophecy and love they embody in the aggregate. What
“ISAAC was good for my soul. After a traumatic separation from my vocation as a theological educator, my colleagues and friends with ISAAC helped restore my broken spirit. Through ISAAC, I continued to engage both the academic world and Asian American Christianity. To this day,
Seeing the soaring bloody violence rates this year feels like watching a series of old western cowboy reruns. Heightened by unusually inflammatory rhetoric that has filled the airwaves, the increase of countless shooting casualties have been unfolding before our very eyes and woefully, also before