Shirley Li currently teaches English and works in the diversity and social justice program at a boarding high school in western Massachusetts, while also studying for a degree through the Penn Residency Masters in Teaching program. Once an ardent C. S. Lewis fangirl, she remains loyal but is becoming increasingly endeared to writers Henri Nouwen and Richard Foster. She’ll serve as the point person for The Kairos, broadly overseeing site admin and logistics.
Hwa Yue-Yi is trying to learn how to design education policy and how to make more space in her life for Jesus’ love and truth. She is a researcher at the Penang Institute, a policy think tank; having completed two years as a Teach For Malaysia teacher and ten years as an international student in Singapore, the U.S., and the U.K. She lives in Kuala Lumpur with her husband.
Caleb Kim currently lives in Tres Cantos, Spain with his lovely wife Annie and little chihuahua named Jerry. He is a huge introvert who must now get out of his comfort zone to learn Spanish. Some of his favorite things are playing basketball, cooking and eating good food, and singing. His pet peeve is forgetting things. He has been a Christian all his life, but has been finding his faith to be increasingly mysterious and challenging.
Andy Morgosh lives in Phoenix, AZ with his beautiful bride Kelsey and puppy Hank. The mountains, canyons, forests, and wild places are constantly calling his name. Andy currently works for Grand Canyon University, where he is also studying to complete a Masters of Divinity. He hopes to become a pastor and start a wilderness ministry to take inner-city youth into the backcountry. His dream day would involve eating pie by a mountain lake with his puppy on one side and wife on the other.
Keelia Riegg is a third-culture kid who loves Jesus. She is also an avid baker and a firm believer in the power of breaking bread together. In January she and her husband, Chris, are moving to Uganda to work in the justice system, helping to bring God’s kingdom to earth by improving outcomes for the poor with International Justice Mission.
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An idyllic day for Kelsey Morgosh involves sitting with her hands wrapped around a mug of warm coffee watching the sun creep over the mountains alongside her favorite human, Andy, and puppy sidekick, Hank. Though days like these are few and far between, Kelsey feels blessed to be pursuing her dream of becoming a family physician as a second-year medical student at the University of Arizona. She is learning to integrate her faith into her practice by caring for the whole: body, mind, and spirit.
Effua Sosoo is a clinical psychology doctoral student at UNC Chapel Hill. She was born and raised in Brooklyn and loves to run both up hills and after the Lord. Effua aspires to be a psychologist who can integrate faith with empirically supported treatments. More importantly, though, she hopes to please God by blossoming wherever she is planted.
Last updated 5/9/16 by thekairosjournal