Hello, I’m Grace Lung

I grew up and have served at ethnic churches in Australia. As I served in more roles, I noticed the brokenness between the generations and cultures within the church. This drove me to figure out how to alleviate and resolve conflicts in cross-cultural faith settings. ​

I studied at Sydney Missionary and Bible College, and Fuller Theological Seminary. I now dedicate my time in helping individuals and Christian groups (migrant churches, second generation and Anglo Australian groups) understand their own contexts and then the other cultures around them. I achieve this through (1) train and educate individuals and groups (2) I work for the Centre for Asian Christianity at the Brisbane School of Theology, (3) Public engagement by writing academically and at popular levels.

My writing has appeared on the SOLA Network, Gospel Coalition Australia, Centered: Resources for the Asian American Church, Common Grace and Ethos: EA Centre for Christianity and Society. For a full list, click here.

I have formerly volunteered at the RICE Movement as the co-host of the podcast ‘Did You Eat Yet?’, been a Volunteer Associate at Interserve Culture Connect and State Ministry Team member of OMF Queensland. I was a Board of Reference member for the Centre for Asian Christianity at BST. I was also a 2019 ADM (Anglican Deaconess Ministries) Summer Fellow.

​I am currently serving as a pastor for the second generation in a Chinese migrant church. I love spending time with my family, being a mother and wife, and catching up on the latest Asian pop music, dramas and food. Let me know if you’d like to connect!


  • Graduate Certificate in Research Methodologies (ongoing), University of Divinity
  • Certificate in Christian Counseling, Australian Institute of Family Counseling
  • (Graduate) Certificate in Asian American Contexts, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Master of Arts (Christian Studies), Australian College of Theology
  • Certificate III Applied Chinese, TAFE NSW
  • Graduate Diploma of Divinity, Australian College of Theology
  • Certificate in Biblical Studies, Sydney Missionary and Bible College
  • Bachelor of Science (Computer Science), University of NSW

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