Christian Faculty in the University

Christian faculty can help connect all corners of the campus and build bridges between the university, church, and society. Hear from Christian faculty about the road to teaching and the missional opportunities it provides in higher education.

: December 31, 1:45 pm
: ICC 141-142
John Inazu

John Inazu is the Sally D. Danforth Distinguished Professor of Law and Religion at Washington University in St. Louis. His scholarly focus is the First Amendment freedoms of speech, assembly, and religion. John is the author of Liberty’s Refuge: The Forgotten Freedom of Assembly and Confident Pluralism: Surviving and Thriving Through Deep Difference. He is co-editor with Tim Keller of Uncommon Ground: Living Faithfully in a World of Difference.

MelindaJoy Mingo

MelindaJoy Mingo loves helping people see others' value, worth, and dignity, and understand that this vision is key to sustaining genuine relationships across cultures. She’s a pastor and founder of JeNai Ministry International, a mobile grassroots ministry reaching the unchurched and people coming out of gang life, prisons, human trafficking, homelessness, etc. Dr. Mingo is a professor of law and communications at Pikes Peak State College, a Co-Director of the Equity Project, a guest lecturer at Hanoi University, and began a faith-based initiative in 2019 to bring law enforcement and the community together around prayer and partnerships in the city.

Robert Chao Romero

Robert Chao Romero is an associate professor in the UCLA Departments of Chicana/o Studies and Central America Studies as well as Asian American Studies. He received his PhD from UCLA in Latin American History and his Juris Doctor from U.C. Berkeley. Robert is also an attorney and ordained minister. He’s the author of several books, including, The Chinese in Mexico, 1882-1940 and Brown Church: Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice, Theology, and Identity, which received the InterVarsity Press Readers’ Choice Award for best academic title. 

David Vosburg

David Vosburg is Professor of Chemistry at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California and author of Jesus, Beginnings, and Science. He studied and trained at Williams College, Scripps Research, and Harvard Medical School. David is a Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar and Fellow of the American Scientific Affiliation. He loves making molecules in beautiful ways and communicating the compatibility of science and Christianity. David organizes a local group of Christian faculty and is married to InterVarsity campus minister Kate Vosburg. They have three children and mostly share a love for Tolkien, Legos, games, and the outdoors.

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