Korean church leaders are preparing to host a multi-ethnic prayer movement that will be taking place on November 29 from 4:30 to 8:30 PM at the Anaheim Convention Center called "Heal Our Land: Prayer for America's Revival and Restoration."
Korea Campus Crusade for Christ (KCCC) will be hosting its annual conference for youth and college students once again, this year from December 21 to 24 at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center in San Diego, CA. Higher Calling Conference, which is themed “Go Beyond” this year, focuses on creating a space for young people to discover their God-given callings, and to be inspired to take part in sharing the gospel in various contexts, including their homes, schools, workplaces, and overseas.
"At your young, ripe age, how do you define or discern beauty?" Reverend Harold Kim, the senior pastor of Christ Central of Southern California, posed the question to an audience of some 650 Korean American college students gathered for Korean American Campus Mission (KCM)'s second annual Gospel Renewal Night on Saturday.
A joint worship revival, hosted by the Korean Miami Education Association (KMEA), took place at Korean Presbyterian Church of Miami from October 5 to 7. Reverend Sung-Ki Ho, senior pastor of Antioch Church of Philadelphia, was featured as the main speaker.
On a given weekend in Los Angeles, a newcomer to one church plant can find both a charismatic and a Presbyterian pastor at the Sunday worship service, while passersby of another church plant might hear music from the church's weekend party or mixer.
After the "Line in the Sand" prayer gatherings that took place on November 11 in previous years, this year, Korean church leaders will be leading a gathering to pray for the nation called "Heal Our Land" on November 29 at the Anaheim Convention Center.
Korean churches of Orange County gave scholarships and began a leadership network with Assemblywoman Young Kim to build up the leaders of the next generation. The Council of Korean Churches in Orange County (CKCOC) gave scholarships to 31 high school students and 31 college students at an awards ceremony on October 3 at Grace Ministries International.
A special edition of two books of the Bible has been published to make the Bible more accessible to people with dyslexia.
Korean American Campus Mission (KCM) will be hosting its second Gospel Renewal Night on October 17 at Living Hope Community Church in Brea, CA. KCM is one of the largest Korean American para-churches that focus on college campuses, and has a presence in eight universities in Southern California, including UCLA, UC Riverside, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego, Biola University, Pepperdine University, and University of Southern California
Following the first Asian American Ministry Conference hosted by Biola University’s Talbot School of Theology in 2014, the school is hosting its second such conference this year on the theme, “Lessons on Leadership,” from November 6-7. The conference, specifically hosted by the Asian American Ministry cohort of the Doctor of Ministry program at Talbot, will be focusing on how Asian Americans can be leaders in three main areas: in the home, in the church, and in the workplace.
Placards and posters of the starvation, persecution, and harsh living conditions of the North Korean people lined the halls of Glory Church of Jesus Christ on Sunday evening, leading to the entrance of a gathering of some 2,000 people praying for the people in North Korea and for peaceful reunification in the Korean Peninsula.
A pastor’s ministry with teens in juvenile hall led to the birth of yet another ministry: a regular gathering of Christians to pray about various issues that affect the nation. The meeting is called “Love Your Neighbor as Yourself,” and takes place on the last Tuesday of every month. September 29th was the second gathering.
"You can do it -- you can share the gospel. Even someone like me can share the gospel. You all can do an even better job than me." In-Tae Kim, a member of L.A. Full Gospel Church, shared these words at the evangelism seminar that took place at Love Korean Church on the evening of September 25. He said evangelism is not something one does, but something one makes. Kim has shared the gospel to at least 500 people since he moved to Los Angeles in 2002. What is his secret?
Over 100 Korean and Mongolian boys came together to play baseball for a week from August 9 to 15 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, in a training camp organized by the Salvation Army Korea. The camp consisted of three teams from South Korea and three teams from Mongolia.
Somang Society held its 142nd awareness seminar on "well-being, well-aging, and well-dying" on September 20th at Junimseun Church in Torrance. The Korean non-profit focuses on the topic of aging and dying, and spreading awareness on how to prepare for the last stage of life. Seminars such as the one that took place on the 20th are one of the ways through which Somang Society strives to spread awareness on the issue.