Opinions on the End-Times Differ Based on Education, Age, and Denomination, According to LifeWay Research
A study conducted by LifeWay Research and sponsored by Charisma House Book Group found that most Protestant senior pastors believe Jesus will return in a second coming. However, the viewpoints on the end-times theology continues to be debated among those pastors, according to this study conducted on 1,000 pastors.
Many may be interested in studying topics offered at seminaries, but not everyone actually pursues those studies for various reasons, such as lack of qualifications, cost, or lack of time. A program through Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (GGBTS) is offering courses this summer that may be an option for such individuals.
Young adults from five different churches in the South Bay will form one team to embark on a mission trip together this summer. The mission team of about 25 consists of members from Shalom Presbyterian Church, South Bay Mission Church, Crosslife (the English ministry of Gardena Presbyterian Church), The Branch (the English ministry of Podowon Baptist Church), and Torrance First Presbyterian Church.
SOON Movement (also known as Korea Campus Crusade for Christ) partnered with the Korean Pastors Assocation of San Diego (KPASD) to host a conference for middle and high school students on April 23. About 170 students and parents attended.
The Council of Korean Southern Baptist Churches in America will be holding its 35th annual meeting from June 20 to 23 at Tacoma First Baptist Church. The Korean Council’s meeting comes soon after the Southern Baptist Convention’s annual meeting, which will be taking place from June 14 to 15 in St. Louis.
Good Neighbors USA Becomes First Korean-Founded Organization to Join InterAction Network of International NGOs
Good Neighbors USA, an international humanitarian organization, has become the first NGO founded by a Korean to become a part of InterAction, a network of some 180 humanitarian and relief organizations. The group's membership was officially confirmed on Wednesday.
The Presbyterian Church of America’s Coalition of Korean Churches, also known as PCA-CKC, hosted its fifth annual forum for English-speaking pastors, this year at Siloam Korean Church of Atlanta. Over 50 pastors from various places throughout the country attended this year’s forum.
Rescue and relief work continues in Ecuador in the aftermath of the most devastating earthquake in decades, which has claimed over 500 lives and injured more than 2,500 according to latest reports.
On Friday, April 15, SOLA started off their annual conference for college students at New Life Community Church with a message from guest speaker Pastor Chris Brown about the freedom from the guilt and shame of our past thanks to Jesus.
Hundreds of mostly Korean American college students from over 50 different churches in Southern California gathered at New Life Community Church in Artesia from April 15-16 for the fourth annual SOLA Conference, a conference for collegians co-hosted by several Korean American and Korean immigrant churches.
Christians in various areas throughout the nation will be gathering on May 5 for the 65th annual National Day of Prayer. In Southern California, Korean American Christians will come together in Orange County for corporate intercession for the nation.
'Happy Pastors Conference': Tom Mercer to Be Featured at Conference to Recharge Pastors of Korean Immigrant Churches
A conference aiming to recharge pastors of Korean immigrant churches will be taking place from April 25 to 27, featuring Tom Mercer, the senior pastor of High Desert Church, as the main speaker throughout the conference.
New Covenant Academy, a K-12 Christian school comprised of some 180 students, announced earlier this month that all of its 17 graduating seniors were admitted to universities.
A preaching conference for pastors of non-self sufficient churches and church plants was hosted by I Love Pastor, a Korean organization that serves non-self sufficient churches and church plants. The fourth ‘calling conference’ which took place on April 11 at Ttokamsa Church was centered on the theme, ‘The crisis and challenge of preaching,’ and featured Rev. Steve Sekyu Chang, the senior pastor of One Body Church in Virginia, as the main speaker.
Stepping Stone Mission hosted a ‘Joy and Love Festival’ to celebrate Easter on April 3 at Hurt Park in Atlanta. Four barbers and hair stylists offered free hair services and nurses offered free health screenings to the homeless individuals, and shared Christ’s love with them.