Disney Movie ‘Queen of Katwe’: A Real-Life Story of God Leading Uganda Girl to Become National Chess Champion Through Sports Outreach Ministry
A girl living in slums of Uganda had an encounter with God through an evangelistic Sports Outreach Ministry (SOM) which introduced her to chess. As Phiona Mutesi grew in Jesus, she found that He has gifted her to play chess -- and to be marvelous at the game. She then goes on to become a national champion. This is the real-life story "Queen of Katwe" produced by Disney, where Mutesi is played by actress Lupita Nyong'o.
Korean churches gathered for the 35th annual Southern California worship choir concert on September 25 at 7 PM at Wilshire United Methodist Church.
About 50 Korean American pastors gathered at Cerritos Mission Church earlier this month for a 'Crisis Management Seminar' hosted by Dr. Benjamin Shin, the director of the Asian American Doctor of Ministry cohort at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology.
ISAAC — formerly the ‘Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity,’ and currently the ‘Innovative Space for Asian American Christianity’ — will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in October with a ‘Gala ArtFest,’ featuring singer-songwriters Soo Kim and Priska, and violinist Jing Wang.
A band whose songs are played by over 50 million people around the globe on Sundays released the movie "Let Hope Rise" on Friday, which documents the band's journey and the testimonies it has experienced.
A revival event featuring Pastor Stephen Chong of Revival Church took place from September 16 to 17 in the South Bay region, hosted by Good Community Church of Torrance, with about 170 people the first night, and about 140 the second night, from at least seven different churches.
Shalom Disability Ministries, Which Has Helped Over 50,000, to Complete 34th Project to Send Wheelchairs and Medical Needs
Shalom Disability Ministries, a Korean ministry that has been giving wheelchairs and medical equipment to various countries since September of 1999, will be carrying out its ‘Sending Wheelchairs of Love’ project for the 34th time, sharing love with Burundi and China.
Students at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) will now require to undergo a sexual abuse awareness training to complete their ministry degree programs. The new regulation was announced by the seminary earlier this month.
'What Does It Take for Billions to Be Redeemed?': Apologist Hugh Ross Says Earth in Optimal Condition for Redemption
Apologist Hugh Ross, author of numerous books and founder of 'Reasons to Believe,' shared some of his most recent findings regarding the ‘ice age cycle’ at an apologetics seminar that took place in Koreatown, Los Angeles on Friday evening at a Christian school.
Members of the Korean community in the greater Atlanta area joined hands to share the gospel and engage with prison inmates in Smith State Prison in late August.
Persecution charity Open Doors has opened a first-of-its-kind trauma center in Nigeria to support the victims of terrorist attacks across the country.
A new Barna study found that a significant proportion of teens involve themselves in volunteer projects through youth ministries and other church outreach programs.
The Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) National Conference, which took place from August 31 to September 3 in Los Angeles, featured sessions specifically for Asian American attendees this year, which included an Asian American networking dinner on Thursday night, and a three-hour workshop with three sessions on Friday afternoon.
Two faith-based organizations have partnered together to provide and complete a 10-week leadership program on the intersection of church and community development.
Churches in the South Bay area in Southern California have come together yet again this summer to give back to the community. This is the second summer these churches have partnered together for this effort. Pastors of these five churches have also collaborated on multiple occasions for other efforts, including going on an overseas mission trip together.