Dr. Graham Joseph Hill
Pastor | Author | Scholar
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“Graham Joseph Hill is one of the finest missional scholars in the world, and the only one dedicated to making the work of Christians in the Global South (Majority World) known to the West, and also one of the only ones who describes the work of others with meticulous care and fairness. When I think of world theologians today I think of Graham – and I don’t say that lightly. Yes, there are more famous scholars but there are none doing his admirable and noble work of mediating the voices of those who have been silenced by not being in the places of power. The work he has done, too, with defending women in ministry is singularly clear and effective, and my own students have found this new book of his most helpful. If I could invite one person to my school to be a professor of missional theology, it would be Graham Joseph Hill. No rivals for me.”
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Professor of New Testament
My mission is . . .
To build multiethnic & inclusive ministries & congregations – joining with God as God makes them grow.
To write books that enable Christians to go & make disciples of Jesus Christ from among all ethnicities & peoples.
To inspire discipleship & renewal by profiling the movements & wisdom of worldwide Christianity & intercultural ministry.
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"In an oppressive society, if a group stands up to take care of the lambs, it automatically stands up against the wolves." Vishal Mangalwadi, Truth and Social Reform, 1989, p.98
Compiled and edited by Jocabed Solano and Drew Jennings-Grisham Series Editor: Graham Joseph Hill Indigenous women in Abya Yala and around the world live out their life path through the weaving of their wise ancestors who have left a legacy full of layers of wisdom as...
The church and world need prophetic and provocative voices. We need them greatly. But, here are eight concerns I have about many of the modern Christian self-styled "prophetic" and provocative types: 1. A failure to see that being conflictual, divisive, and...
I’m a pastor, author, professional supervisor, and scholar of World Christianity, intercultural theology, and mission studies (Assoc. Professor of the University of Divinity, Australia). I’ve been in ministry since 1988. Over the last 30 years, I’ve been involved in church planting, pastoring, theological education, professional supervision, and training people for ministry and mission.
I’m the Director of Professional Supervision Australia. I’m also State Leader for Baptist Mission Australia (Western Australia) and was formerly a Principal of a theological college and Assoc. Professor at the University of Divinity. I’m also the founding Director of The Global Church Project.
I received my MTheol from the University of Notre Dame Australia, and a Ph.D. from Flinders University in Australia. I’m the author of 12 books. These books include Global Church, Healing Our Broken Humanity (co-authored with Grace Ji-Sun Kim), Salt, Light and a City (two volumes), Holding Up Half the Sky, and Hide This in Your Heart (co-authored with Michael Frost). My writings have been translated into Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Spanish, and Portuguese.
GRAHAM’S LATEST BOOK
SUNBURNT COUNTRY, SWEEPING PAINS
Asian immigration is transforming the Australian church and society. Sunburnt Country, Sweeping Pains shares the stories of Asian Australian women as they experience inequality, racism, sexism, and stereotypes in ministry and mission. These women also talk about the joy and meaning they find in serving God’s church and world.
In this book, Graham examines 21,987 NCLS surveys, 36 detailed surveys, and 15 in-depth interviews with Asian Australian Christian women. These women share their stories of discrimination and efforts to bring change. They also offer proposals for a more equal, fair, and just Australian church. With Forewords by Grace Lung and Hannah Hyun, an Afterword by Grace Ji-Sun Kim, and research support by Jessie Hampe (Jessie Giyou Kim).
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