DSEAC is much more of a work in progress, then a completed project. Currently, it aims to build a board of Christians from throughout Southeast Asia to help with submissions and provide overview and guidance to the sight. However, to form such a board and vision is difficult to do without some foundations created in order to invite others onboard. DSEAC is an attempt to provide further historical resources for churches throughout Southeast Asia.
Currently, the project is led by Austin House, who has served and lived in Southeast Asia for over fifteen years. Austin has a Bachelor of Arts (History) from Virginia Military Institute, a Master of Divinity from Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand and a Doctor of Intercultural Studies from Western Seminary. Austin’s current research interests include Thai Church History, Myanmar (Burma) Church History, Indigenous Christian movements, Missiology and Business as Mission.
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