Who do Young Adults Say Jesus is?

In this sermon, Charlene Han Powell, explores what it means for us to answer the question, “Who do you say that I am?” as Christians today.  What do our answers to this question mean for us, for our young adults, and for the Church?

Sermon from Charlene Han Powell
Princeton Theological Seminary, 2017



Charlene Han Powell is the Associate Pastor for Education & Engagement at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City. Charlene is a second-generation Korean American, honored daughter of immigrants Wha Lim Han and Dr. Hye Kyung Kim, devoted sister of Christine and Luis Perez, Cheryl Han and Sebastien Gagnon, beloved wife of Jordan Powell, and adoring mother of Amelie and Noa Han Powell. She holds a B.A. in religious studies from the University of California-San Diego, an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and a D.Min. from New York Theological Seminary. Her passion is helping people understand and articulate their faith in our diverse, multicultural, multifaith world. When she is not at FAPC, there is a good chance you will find her in Central Park chasing after her girls or catching up on one of her (many) TV shows. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @TheRevHanPowell.