Sarah Do is an Australian born Vietnamese, actively serving in a local Vietnamese church in Footscray, Victoria. She is mainly involved in Children’s Ministry and sings on the worship team in her church. She recently completed a minor thesis in Biblical Studies, examining on Paul’s use of the ancient Greek term φρονέω (to think) in order to understand Paul’s corporate exhortation for the Christ-community in Philippi to live a gospel-worthy life (Phil. 1.27). She is on the team for two of Whitley’s specialist diploma programs, build. and TransFormation, where she is keen to work with people from LOTE/CALD backgrounds. Sarah loves studying the Bible, and encourages reading the Bible from our local contexts.
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – University of Melbourne
Master of Divinity – Whitley College
Units currently Teaching:
TransFormation Diploma Programme Units
- Growing As Disciples 1 & 2 (With Andy Mitchell)
- Romans and Galatians
Book Chapter (Forthcoming)
“Good work, Missio Dei, and a gospel-worthy life in Philippians” in Refaithing Work: Theological and Missiological Perspectives for a Disrupted Age, edited by Darren Cronshaw, Maggie Kappelhoff, and Steve Taylor. Leiden: Brill.