Amy Peterson tells how she tried to satisfy her sense of wanderlust by serving as a teacher in Southeast Asia. During her time there she also saw her thinking change.
Amy Peterson is a writer, Adjunct professor and assistant director of honors programming at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana. She has a Master’s degree in missions and intercultural studies from Wheaton College and has used it to work with people from over a dozen countries. Amy has written for Books & Culture, The Millions, Christianity Today, The Other Journal, The Cresset, and Art House America, among other places. Dangerous Territory: My Misguided Quest to Save the World is her first book. Amy lives with her fellow adventurer husband and their two children on two acres of Indiana farmland.
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As a child, Amy Peterson read tales of brave missionaries and longed to serve God in an extraordinary way, too. She talks about what it was like to serve God in Southeast Asia.