With the hope to reach “one more for the gospel,” a church in Southern California has set out to train ministry leaders – both lay and pastoral – for more effective ministry.
Hope College, located in Holland, Michigan, received a $458,502 grant on June 29 to address the decline of church attendance and religious affiliation among youth.
Milal Mission, a non-profit which serves individuals with disabilities, hosted its annual Camp Agape from June 29 to July 1 with its Southern California, Northern California, and Vancouver branches all together.
Aiming to provide resources to those who hope to become homeowners in Southern California, a non-profit will be hosting an informational homeownership fair for the 16th time.
Dr. Alexander Jun, the newly elected moderator of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), hopes his term will be one that contributes to continuing the denomination’s steps towards greater inclusion, diversity, and racial reconciliation.
For the second time, the Full Gospel Fasting Prayer Mountain, located in Romoland, CA, will be hosting a youth retreat for those youth in Korean immigrant churches that are not able to host their own summer youth retreats.
‘In Every Workplace, Jesus Is Lord’: SOLA Nexus Conference for Young Adults Takes Place for the First Time
Young adults from more than 40 churches gathered in Southern California for the first ‘SOLA Nexus’ Conference, organized by the SOLA Network, a group of Korean American pastors from nine local churches who have organized the SOLA Conference for college students for the past five years.
A church and a non-profit joined hands to offer job skills training to youth and young adults in the Fullerton area. The six-week course, which ran from April to May, was the result of a collaborative effort between New Life Fullerton, the English-speaking congregation of a Korean immigrant church called New Life Mission Church, and Solidarity, a non-profit which serves low-income and inner city children and youth through various programs, including the program which New Life participated in, called Workforce Development.
Tens of Thousands Attend 'Harvest America' Evangelistic Event, with Almost 3,000 Committing to Christ
“Christ is the answer for all of your problems, and he can change your life,” said Greg Laurie, pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship to an audience of tens of thousands at the University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday.
Several hundred people gathered at Saddleback Church from June 2 to 3 to learn more about a nation known to be one of the most severe violators of human rights and persecutors of Christians: North Korea.
A diverse line-up of almost 20 Christian dance performances were featured at a showcase that took place on May 27 at the Marsee Auditorium, located inside El Camino College.
The Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, located on the campus of Northwestern University, announced earlier this month that it will be promoting an Asian American female to full professor for the first time in its 162-year history.
Twenty-seven Asian American pastors gathered for a time of sharing and encouragement at what is known as the ‘Synergy Retreat,’ which took place from May 22 to 24 in Oceanside, CA.
A team of Korean American leaders in ministry are aiming to “reclaim” and share the story of a Korean American pastor who they believe modeled the faith through his life and death.
Korean American Pastors Encouraged to Persevere in Ministry at National Korean American Pastors' Conference
“God has called you to his kingdom work. May you be encouraged. Stay the course. Don’t give up. Be tenacious.” Such were the words of encouragement given by Eugene Cho, lead pastor of Quest Church in Seattle, to a group of more than 50 Korean American pastors gathered at the National Korean American Pastors’ Conference (NKAPC), which took place from May 15 to 18 at New Life Fellowship in Bothell, WA.