Matthew Winslow is currently working on a PhD in church history with a focus on the history of the church in Asia. With his dissertation, he plans to explore the 1908 Manchurian Revival and its impacts on the development of the church in China. Matthew’s hope is that his studies will point people to what God has been doing in Asia and also foster an appreciation for how the Asian church is connected to the wider body of Christ. Prior to coming to TEDS, Matthew served as a missionary in Asia for eleven years. Most recently, he was on the faculty and served as Dean of Students at the East Asia School of Theology in Singapore. Matthew is married to Sze Chieh and they have three children and a dog.