Dr. Eun Ah Cho - Gordon Conwell
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Dr. Eun Ah Cho

Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies, Dean of the Gordon-Conwell Institute, Co-Mentor (DMin)

Email: [email protected]
First Year at Gordon-Conwell: 2020
Expertise: Leadership Development, Missional Leadership, Leading Change, Collaborative and Reflective Adult Learning and Mentoring

Dr. Cho comes from the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary where she was Assistant Professor of Intercultural Leadership. She had been teaching in both the Korean and English language programs. Previously Dr. Cho taught in Korea at the Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission where she taught intercultural studies and the Bible and Christian mission.

Prior to that, Dr. Cho and her husband trained new Christian leaders and planted a multicultural church in Kokshetau, Kazakhstan. In this context she used Russian, Korean and English languages.

Dr. Cho did her undergraduate studies in St. Petersburg, Russia at the Russian State Pedagogical University where she majored in Russian philology. She did both her masters’ and doctoral work in the School of World Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary. Her family is from Korea, but she was raised mostly in Canada.

She is a seasoned missionary who will oversee the planning and coordination of all of our centers under the Ockenga Institute. She will be the first Korean woman on the President’s cabinet and will help in our ministry to Korean churches, both in Korea and the United States. She is not only a scholar and creative leader, but also a poet who has penned one of the most popular Korean praise songs: 하나님의 은혜 (Hananimui Eunhye: “Grace of God”).”


  • BA (Russian Philology)
  • MA (Intercultural Studies)
  • PhD (Intercultural Studies)

Select List of Publications

  • Joy in Leadership.” Missiology: An International Review 48 (2020): 270-278. doi: 10.1177/0091829620947707.
  • “From Proud Suffering Along to Humble Suffering With.” Fuller Magazine 14 (2019).
  • “Living a Focused Life as a Missional Task.” Korea Missions Quarterly 15 (2015): 147-158.
  • “Narrative Research and Member Care.” Current Mission Trends 18 (2015): 135-152.
  • Review of Recovering Full Mission of God: A Biblical Perspective on Being, Doing, and Telling, by Dean Flemming. International Bulletin of Missionary Research 38 (2014): 213.
  • Review of A Missional Orthodoxy: Theology and Ministry in a Post-Christian Context, by Gary Yra. International Bulletin of Missionary Research 38 (2014): 214.
  • “ACTS 신학-신앙 운동과 ACTS 신학공관 작업 이해와 “중심진리”에 대한 선교학적 고찰 An Understanding of ACTS Theology-Faith Movement and ACTS Theological Synopsis and a Missiological Reflection on ‘Central Truth.'” ACTS Theological Journal. 22 (2014): 143-170.
  • “Crisis-Related Experience and Collaborative Learning for Korean Missionaries.” Torch Trinity Journal. 15 (2012):64-85
  • “위기-관련 경험과 배움: 한인 선교사들을 위한 공동의 숙고적/네러티브 학습 모델 Crisis-Related Experience and Leaning: A Communal Reflective/Narrative Learning Model for Korean Missionaries.” Current Mission Trends. 15 (2012): 83-128

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