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Abe Cho

Abe is the Senior Pastor of Redeemer East Side in New York City. He grew up in Cheshire, Connecticut, a small New England town just north of New Haven. After attending the University of Connecticut, he went on to pursue an M.Div. and a Th.M. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary near Boston. He has been a pastor at Redeemer since 2007 serving in a variety of capacities over the years. Prior to that he was the youth pastor at First Korean Presbyterian in Hartford, CT and the director of university ministries at Citylife Presbyterian in Boston. He is currently a Doctor of Ministry candidate at Fuller Theological Seminary with particular interests in urban ministry, leadership development, public theology and issues of race and justice. He and his wife, Jordyn, have four young children, Lydia, Ezra, Micah and Judah.

Beyond Black and White: Why Repentance for Racism Matters to Other Communities of Colorwith Duke Kwon – audio

 

Power Dynamics in a Reconciled Church – audio

  Power Dynamics in a Reconciled Church – pdf

 

Letters from Devoted PCA Pastors Regarding Reconciliation – pdf

 

Grace & Race: Why Race Matters to God and What That Means for Usvideo