Bio

Priscilla Wong has a degree in English (with a minor in French) from York University and a Master of Theological Studies degree from Toronto Baptist Seminary. She also has a diploma in Radio and Television Broadcasting from Seneca College and a certificate in Creative Writing from the University of Toronto. Professionally, she has worked as a technical writer, copy writer, and intern news reporter.

In 1997 Priscilla was awarded the Young Poet’s Scholarship by the International Society of Poets. In 2006, she was presented with an award and scholarship from the Centre for Mentorship and Theological Reflection for her “excellence in teaching and passion in communication.” In 2008, her manuscript of short stories was shortlisted for the Marina Nemat Award at the University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies (to read a sample story from this manuscript, click here).

Priscilla is the author of Anne Steele and her Spiritual Vision: Seeing God in the Peaks, Valleys and Plateaus of Life (Reformation Heritage Books, 2012). Her articles have appeared in The Gospel Witness (September 2007) and Barnabas (Summer 2017). Priscilla and her husband Lee serve together in the nurturing ministry as Sunday school teachers at Markham Chinese Baptist Church in Ontario. At present she is homeschooling their two children Nathaniel and Jenuine and caring for their two-year-old Josiah.