Sarah Shin is the Associate National Director of Evangelism. She is a speaker and trainer in ethnicity, evangelism, and the arts. Prior to ministry, Sarah helped create master plans envisioning ten to twenty year futures for cities and neighborhoods in the United States and abroad. During that time, she volunteered with InterVarsity at her alma mater (MIT) and loved seeing the light go on in someone’s eyes when they understood something more about God. She’s been serving in campus ministry ever since. Sarah loves equipping students and churches with tools that integrate evangelism with ethnic reconciliation, justice, and beauty. She frequently teaches at campuses, chapels, conferences, churches, and seminaries.
A fine artist and painter, Sarah has a Masters of Arts in Theology from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (South Hamilton) and a Master’s in City Planning and Development from MIT. She and her husband Shin Maeng live in Cambridge, Massachusetts and love to cook, paint, and host strangers in the city together.