A few blocks’ walk eastbound past the flashy area of downtown Los Angeles is Skid Row. Within the U.S., Los Angeles is home to the most individuals who are homeless, and within Los Angeles, most of those who are homeless call Skid Row their home. And in the middle of Skid Row is 5 Breads 2 Fish, a ministry that serves those who are homeless and poor in the name of Jesus.
To Celebrate Thanksgiving, Young Nak Celebration Church Grows Friendships with International Students
For the past four years, Young Nak Celebration Church (YNCC) has taken the opportunity presented by the Thanksgiving holiday to reach out to international students at the University of Southern California.
How Can Pastors in Senior and Associate Roles Build Healthier Team Dynamic? Korean American Pastors Weigh In
Korean American pastors in primarily Korean American churches or multi-ethnic churches may not face language or culture barriers as they might in the Korean immigrant church, but they still face difficulties due to the differing obligations of different pastoral positions, as well as the differing life experiences of different generations.
Since the Queens classis of the Reformed Church in America (RCA) inaugurated its first female president, efforts to build greater unity among the members of the classis have been taking place, such as holding prayer meetings for the members in the Queens classis.
Cliff Barrows, who served as the head of music choir at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association for about six decades, died on November 15 at the age of 93.
A group of Korean pastors who serve in the South Bay region gathered on November 9 as they normally do on a monthly basis. But this time, they decided to pray for the President-Elect.
The multi-ethnic prayer gathering organized by Korean church leaders which took place on October 23 has resulted in a deficit of $28,611.59 as of November 10. The event brought in $59,256.96 in funds through donations, advertisements, and offering given by attendees on the day of the event, but expenditures for the event totaled $87,868.55.
What does the future of the Asian American church look like? Some 200 Asian American ministry leaders gathered in Southern California to learn and dialogue on the question during the third annual Asian American Ministry Conference.
Azusa Pacific University's School of Education Honors Alumni with First-Ever Distinguished Alumni Awards
Azusa Pacific University’s School of Education honored three alumni at its first Distinguished Alumni Awards Reception which took place on October 29.
'True Prosperity Is Knowing God': Collegians Reminded of 'Greatest Reward' of the Gospel at KCM Gospel Renewal Night
“You are a prospering sinner.” Such was one of many phrases emphasized by Pastor Steve Lee from Living Hope Community Church on Saturday in his message to some 600 college students at the ‘Gospel Renewal Night’ hosted by Korean American Campus Mission (KCM).
A recent LifeWay Research study found that while a small minority of pastors still prefer to avoid Halloween altogether, most pastors encourage their church members to attend and invite friends to a church-hosted event.
Korean American Campus Mission (KCM) will be hosting its third ‘Gospel Renewal Night,’ one of the first joint campus worship events to take place during the school year. The event will take place on October 29 from 6 PM to 9 PM at Living Hope Community Church. Pastor Steve ‘Bang’ Lee of Living Hope will be featured as the main speaker, and Kay Lim will be leading worship.
The multiethnic prayer gathering that Korean church leaders in the Southern California region had hosted last year has taken place once again at the Anaheim Convention Center. This year, similar to the last, attendees prayed fervently for repentance and restoration, revival and missions, social justice, and the next generation of leaders, among other topics.
Staff and volunteers of a Korean non-profit in Southern California rolled up their sleeves to raise financial support for their programs for those with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Twelve churches in Brea, CA came together as one body to worship on Sunday evening. The gathering was one of numerous joint church gatherings that have taken place once or twice each year in the suburban city, called ‘Brea United in Prayer and Worship.’