“Beyond Black and White: Why Repentance for Racism Matters to Other Communities of Color” – Abraham Cho and Duke Kwon
Rev. Duke Kwon spent his early years in Southern California, then journeyed to the East Coast for his undergraduate studies at Brown University (A.B., Political Science). After working at a management consulting firm for a time, he began his formal training for pastoral ministry at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he received a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology (New Testament) degrees. Duke is currently in Washington, DC serving as the church planter/pastor of Grace Meridian Hill, whose mission it is “to build a gospel community that is ‘spiritually diverse,’ cross-cultural, and neighborhood-centered.” Duke and his wife, Paula, have two children.