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.
L.A. Ministry Leaders Discuss the Importance of Diversity and Space at Reimagining Religion Conference
“Los Angeles is American Protestantism in 20 years,” according to Andrew Johnson, a research associate with the Center for Religion and Civic Culture (CRCC) at the University of Southern California.
Those who feel the burden of paving paths in places there were none will find a dear friend and teacher in Dr. Faith Kim, who has been a pioneer herself in many respects.
Southern California was host to a lineup of well-known speakers and Christian artists for the ‘Send’ Conference which took place from February 2 to 3 in Long Beach.
Mission Agape, which has carried out acts of love and service toward those who are homeless in downtown Atlanta, received a proclamation on February 6 from the Atlanta City Council, recognizing and honoring the work of the organization.
Since the day David Lee was born, he was faced with challenges to overcome. He was born prematurely, weighing 1.8 kilograms, and had retionpathy and cerebral palsy. But at the young age of 13, he has already written 120 poems, and in 2016, published his first collection of poems called, ‘The Child Who Walks in Wisdom.’
‘All Theology Is Born Out of Contextual Struggles and Questions’: G2G-KODIA Hosts Forum on Contextual Theology
“Every theologian is historically particular … They all struggled with their own particular contexts. These people we consider giants of theology struggled with their own questions.” Such was the case made by Dr. Daniel Lee, director of the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary, who spoke at a forum on Monday hosted by G2G-KODIA.
To help the Asian Pacific Islander (API) community get connected with the employment resources they need, Korean Churches for Community Development (KCCD) has partnered with the city of Los Angeles to launch the API JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Success) Initiative, which was announced on January 26.
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.
As this newspaper celebrated its 13th anniversary on January 23, it committed to “become a newspaper that shares life and joy to the immigrant community and to a dark world.”
The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU), an association of over 170 Christian institutions in North America and internationally, is calling on U.S. lawmakers to pass a bill that would provide protections to undocumented immigrants, similar to the protections offered in former President Obama’s executive orders.
The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRC)’s Korean ministry held a preaching seminar from January 20 to 21 at Ttokamsa Mission Church in Los Angeles, during which Dr. Jeffrey Weima was featured as the main plenary speaker.
Korean American Non-Profit and Seminary Partner to Train Clergy on Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention
The Korean Christian community in Southern California has gained 23 more advocates trained to prevent domestic violence and to build healthier families.
As Milal Mission has awarded $138,600 in scholarships in 2017, the total amount that the ministry has given in scholarships since 2001 has exceeded $2 million, amounting to some $2,097,000.
For the fifth time, theologians from Southern California and across the world gathered in the West Coast for the annual ‘Los Angeles Theology Conference’ co-hosted by Zondervan, Biola University, and Fuller Theological Seminary. This year, the conference took place at Biola University from January 12 to 13. The two institutions take turns hosting the conference each year.