Our Global Families: Christians Embracing Common Identity in a Changing World
This was my first book, co-authored with Todd M. Johnson, Director of the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Our Global Families is an introduction to global Christianity that takes a look at issues of identity and solidarity within a rapidly changing religious landscape.
A Better Country: Embracing the Refugees in our Midst
This workbook is a 7-week study designed to help Christians in America think theologically and respond practically to the global refugee crisis (William Carey Library, 2017).
Houston's Refugee Voices: Stories from America's #1 Resettlement City
The United States resettles more refugees than any nation in the world, and many of those refugees make a new home in Houston, America's current #1 resettlement city. This project tells the stories of Houston's refugee community.
World Christian Encyclopedia, Third edition
The World Christian Encyclopedia is the most extensive survey of Christianity and world religions ever attempted. This third edition will provide demographic analysis to 2020 and add new details on the recent history of Christianity, world religions, mission, religious freedom, and contemporary developments in every country.
Mentions and Contributions
Books to read in 2015, Social psychologist Christena Cleveland: http://www.christenacleveland.com/blogarchive/2014/12/reconciliation-reads-2014?rq=our%20global
Chapter 11: Awakenings and Revivals in the Context of Global Christianity (Johnson and Wu) in David Horn and Gordon L. Isaac, eds., Great Awakenings: Historical Perspectives for Today (Hendrickson, 2016).
"Seeking Common Identity in Our Global Family" blog post (Wu and Johnson), Global Family Reunion, hosted by A.J. Jacobs on June 6, 2015.
Reading list 2015, Center for Great Commission Studies: http://www.thecgcs.org/2015/12/6911/
Christians Embracing Common Identity in a Changing World (Johnson and Wu), Missio Nexus Fall Anthology 2015 Vol. 3, No. 2
"Making of an Ordinary Saint" podcast with Nathan Foster. Topic: Refugees: https://renovare.org/podcast/episode-67-cindy-wu-refugees
“Torn from Home: Our Refugee Crisis and What We Can Do About It,” a conversation with Chitra Hanstad and Cindy Wu. CovCompanion, January 2018.
“The 5101 Podcast”with Cindy Wu on refugee care. September 2018.