Grace grew up in Sydney in a large Chinese church. Since then she has served at various Chinese churches over the years in youth, students, young workers and women. Her passion and interest is contextualizing the gospel to Asian Australians and developing Asian churches in Australia. Grace is a graduate of Sydney Missionary and Bible College and Fuller Theological Seminary. Her study focussed on Chinese Australian identity and ministry. She has also spent time in Pastoral ministry. In her current roles, she serves as the Director for Asian Contextual Engagement for the RICE Movement, is a Team Member for Interserve Culture Connect and serves on OMF QLD’s Ministry Team. She was an Anglican Deaconness Ministries Summer Fellow in 2019. Her writing has appeared in the Gospel Coalition Australia, Ethos (EA Centre for Christianity and Society) and Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church. Grace is married to Chris who pastors the English ministry at Brisbane Chinese Alliance Church where she looks after junior high and mission. She enjoys spending time with her daughter and catching up on the latest Asian pop culture and food. Grace studied and then worked in IT for five years before studying at Sydney Missionary and Bible College and completed her Masters project on Chinese Australian identity and ministry. She spent two years as a Pastoral Worker before giving birth to a daughter. Grace is married to Chris and she supports her husband’s role as a Pastor at Brisbane Chinese Alliance Church, as well as serving with children and families. Grace cares for her daughter during the week. When she has some free time, she enjoys catching up on Asian pop culture and finding great Asian food spots around Brisbane to share with others. Grace is currently studying towards a Certificate in Asian American Contexts at Fuller Theological Seminary.
BSci (Comp Sci), GradDipDiv, MA(ChrStds)