Professor of Christian Ministries
Dr. Kim specializes in the critical integration of theology and psychology with a particular interest in exploring the interrelationship of faith, spirituality, rationality, morality, and culture. He brings over 20 years of ministry experience to the classroom. His areas of expertise include faith formation, discipleship, ministry philosophy, and qualitative research methods. He co-authored Understanding Faith Formation: Theological, Congregational, and Global Dimensions (Baker Academic 2020), Christian Formation: Integrating Theology & Human Development (Broadman & Holman 2010), and The Heritage of Christian Education (College Press 2003). He is a past recipient of Lilly Research Grants administered by the Association of Theological Schools (2007 & 2012). In addition to teaching here at Talbot, he is actively involved in local church ministries.