L.I.N.K.S. - 2012 TO 2014
Lee, San Young
San Young Lee
Asia Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary
Ortigas Avenue Extension
Birthday: May 31, 1963
Born in South Korea
Ordained: 2006 by Tennessee district
Vanderbilt University, Ph D, in Religion and Personality, May of 2006
Princeton Seminary, Th M, spring of 1995
Duke University, M Div, spring of 1994
Mid-America Nazarene University, B A, in Religion, fall of 1989
Instructor of Korean Language at Duke University
Teaching assistant at Vanderbilt University for the class, Asian Themes of Religion
Visiting professor at Wesleyan Institute in Sydney, Australia
Assistant Professor and Academic Dean, at Asia Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary
I love to visit historical sites; I enjoy embroidering, cooking, and reading poetry and historical books; and I love to watch documentary films and to read National Geographic magazine. I also love to read romance novels.
I love swimming, love Korean food, Japanese food and T-bone steak and grits and baked potatos, but I am a semi-vegetarian and love
I want, someday, to travel all over the world by walking trips.
I speak Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese.
I have been in the Philippines field for five years. I still do not have a car. I give all that I raise on Home Assignment to APNTS for scholarship. I am now praying for a car.