The Chapel's PathWays Fellowship not only gives participants the tools they need to discern their vocational and spiritual direction, but it also gives them opportunities for exploration, leadership, mentorship, service, and formation deeply rooted in the local community and their Christian traditions.
Grace Cai graduated from Duke with majors in psychology and global health as well as a certificate in human rights. She is also a proud alumna of Duke Asian InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. An aspiring psychotherapist, Grace believes that effective therapists know how to listen and respond to a wide range of stories, and she believes the PathWays Fellowship gives her the opportunity to do just that. Grace looks forward to deepening her understanding of God, society, and others through serving in the Duke Division of Community Health and living in intentional Christian community.
Oon Feng was born and raised in Penang, Malaysia. He graduated from University of Central Oklahoma with a bachelor of business administration degree majoring in marketing and public relations. After completing his undergraduate studies, Oon Feng went back home and served as a youth pastor intern at a local Baptist church for three years. In 2019, he returned to the United States and is currently a first-year student at Duke Divinity School, pursuing his master of divinity. Post-graduation, he would like to be a youth and campus ministry pastor, reaching out especially to the international community. Oon Feng is thrilled that he has the opportunity to be equipped for ministry through the PathWays Fellowship Program and to be a part of the Durham community together with the other fellows.
Vivienne is from Seoul, South Korea, and is currently in the second year of her master of divinity program at Duke Divinity School. Recently she finished serving as a pastoral intern at Duke Memorial United Methodist Church. She is grateful for this opportunity to walk and grow alongside the other Pathway Fellows this year. She also looks forward to seeing how we as a community, in God’s hands, will create a bigger narrative that would reflect God’s graceful love as we learn the ways to live with the Durham neighborhood.