Angie Hong shares her story as a second-generation Korean-American worship leader, writer, and speaker.
Angie Hong is a Korean-American worship leader, writer, and speaker. Most recently, she served as the Creative Director at the Chicago campus of Willow Creek Community Church and has led worship for various churches and events such as the annual Christian Community Development Association, The Justice Conference, and the Duke Divinity School Summer Institute for Reconciliation. She has written about her worship and ministry in Intercultural Ministries: Hope for a Changing World (Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Jann Aldredge-Clanton, eds., Judson Press, 2016) and about her personal journey in Soul Bare (Cara Sexton, ed., Intervarsity Press, 2016). She is a contributor to Christianity Today Women and speaks about multiethnic worship ministry. She now studies at Duke Divinity School, and you can follow her at angiekayhong.com and on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.