WJI Buzz - Breakey, Chu, Godawa, Pearcey

Apr 19, 2011

Caleb Jennings Breakey (05) signed with literary agency D.C. Jacobson & Associates, a firm that also represents Francis Chan, best-selling author of Crazy Love and Forgotten God. Caleb is working on a non-fiction book geared toward Christian youth. Caleb's website for teen writers, www.calebbreakey.com, has opened doors for him to teach at 2011 Christian writers conferences in North Carolina, Colorado, Oregon and New Mexico. Caleb is a graduate of Western Washington University and can be reached at calebbreakey@hotmail.com.
Elbert Chu (09) is interning with journalist Paul Glader as a WJI-funded intern. Chu is a multimedia journalist and his articles, photos, and slide shows have been published recently by ESPN and WORLD magazine, as well as his own website www.connect.elbertchu.com. Along with a partner, he recently launched RedeemtheCity.com, a journalism project to cover Christianity in New York City. Chu is a graduate of Michigan State University and can be reached at connect@elbertchu.com.
Brian Godawa (WJI speaker 03-04) is writing a new series analyzing movies that deal with issues surrounding science and faith for the BioLogos Foundation, a group of Christian thinkers, “who are concerned about the long history of disharmony between the findings of science and large sectors of the Christian faith.” Godawa is seeking suggestions of movies. Click here to read his posts. He can be reached at godawa@sbcglobal.net.
Nancy Pearcey (WJI Francis Schaeffer Scholar and teacher 99-07) is set to teach this summer in the C.S. Lewis Fellows Program on Science and Society, held July 8-16, 2011, in Seattle and sponsored by the Center for Science and Culture at Discovery Institute. For more information or to apply, click here. Pearcey can be reached at npearcey@aol.com.

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