The Korean church community in Southern California will once again participate in the observance of the National Day of Prayer (NDOP). The day is a national observance that occurs the first Thursday of May each year, during which Christians in the U.S. pray for America and its leaders.
“No matter how short or how long, we want to be a family for you.” The slogan captures Yoon Lee’s desire for every person who visits and attends Yoido Full Gospel Church’s English ministry (YEM), located in Seoul, South Korea.
In many respects, Pastor Joel Yoon’s current position as the founding and lead pastor of a church in Seoul is a position that his younger self may have felt was completely out of his element.
Much like the name of the church he is leading, Pastor Leo Rhee of CityLight Seoul hopes to see a movement of Christians in Seoul who aim to be a “light” in the city, proactively loving the city and sharing the gospel – for the good of the city and to see God’s kingdom come. It’s also made evident in the church’s slogan: “A church in the city to love the city.”
‘God Is Doing Something Remarkable in Korea’: Pastor David Hwang of Jubilee Church Shares His Seoul Journey
When he set out on the plane to Seoul in 2001, Pastor David Hwang only planned to stay there for two years. Little did he know that he would end up planting his feet there for 16 years (and counting) as a local church pastor.
Two churches in the Rowland Heights area of Southern California gathered together for a joint night of worship on Friday, as leaders of the congregation highlighted the significance of unity in the body of Christ.
After several years of doing parent-child events for the girls and boys of the children’s ministry, this year, Living Hope Community Church hosted an event for girls in kindergarten through 6th grade and their mothers, called “Love You to Pieces.”
‘God Was There Every Step of the Way’: Four Parents of Children With Special Needs Share Spiritual Journeys
Undoubtedly, being a parent of a child with special needs comes with unique challenges. But for four parents, the journey of parenting children with special needs has also been filled with testimonies of new discoveries and understandings of God and the gospel.
Renowned author and pastor Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church will no longer be serving as the senior pastor of the New York City church starting this summer, Keller announced on Sunday.
In the Korean Immigrant Church, Passing on the ‘Preciousness of Christ’ From One Generation to the Next
Pastor Daevid Yoon’s passion for the Korean immigrant church is not just about an attachment to the Korean culture – it’s a passion to see the faith being passed down through the generations.
Domestic violence is an issue that requires a multi-faceted approach, and the church community can play a vital role in providing support and resources to victims. A study released on Monday explored how pastors perceive the issue, and what kinds of resources are available in their churches to provide help.
The new year truly marked a new beginning for Gospel First Korean Baptist Church, as they ushered in a new senior pastor who would lead both the Korean ministry (KM) and the English ministry (EM) of the church.
Though the Super Bowl is one of the most-watched occasions in the U.S., most pastors say their churches continue their Sunday evening routines on the day of the football game, according to a survey conducted by LifeWay Research.
To kick off the new year, Bethel English (BE) Church, located in Irvine, hosted a two-night revival, called ‘Gospel Revolution,’ from January 20 to 21.
Some 350 college students and young adults gathered at Grace Ministries International (GMI) from January 6 to 7 for the church’s Grace Winter Conference, which aimed to help young people live out their calling for God’s glory.