A team of short-term missionary students in the English ministry of First Southern Baptist Church of Walnut left to South Korea on July 20 to share the gospel. The aims behind this mission trip were many, including restoring a sense of identity as a Korean in the Korean American students, and more importantly, providing them an opportunity to be messengers of the gospel.
A Korean ministry carried out a focused evangelistic effort from mid to late July in the Northeastern region of the U.S. with hopes that a new wave of revival would come to the country.
New Vision Church, located in Lynnwood, WA, shared the gospel in Zambia from June 20 to July 6 as mission team members helped build a church there, hosted a Vacation Bible School for children, and helped build clean water wells.
Crystal Church of New York held its eighth annual Mission Concert on July 2, during which various performances took place with the purpose of raising funds for the short-term mission trips taking place this summer.
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.
Ten congregants of Advent Lutheran Church in LaGrange, GA, will be going on a 10-day mission trip to South Korea with their senior pastor, Rev. Min Chan Park, in September.
Churches belonging to presbyteries of the Korean Presbyterian Church Abroad (KPCA) in the New York region have once again hosted a revival event in Masaya, Nicaragua for the first time in three years, from February 25 to 26. Some 22,000 Masaya area residents attended the conference over the two days.
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.
About 600 individuals committed to missions at the annual ‘GKYM Conference’ which took place this year at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center from December 27 to 30. GKYM Conferences have taken place in different cities each year, and the conference last took place in Rochester three years ago in 2013.
Woori Church of New York will be on a mission trip from December 27 to January 2 in Haiti. The church, after starting its Haiti mission trips in 2013, has chosen the busiest time of the year during the holiday seasons to embark on the mission trip, carrying the love and gifts of Christmas to the Haiti natives.
Stepping Stone Mission, a non-profit which reaches out to those who are homeless, held a seminar on December 18 at Korean Community Presbyterian Church of Atlanta on how to prepare youth for mission trips.
Hundreds Gather for Annual 'Higher Calling' Missions Conference, Hoping for 'Resurgence of the Holy Spirit'
Over 800 youth and college students gathered in San Diego on Tuesday evening for the annual ‘Higher Calling’ Conference, a missions conference hosted by the college ministry SOON Movement (also known as Korea Campus Crusade for Christ).
Mission Agape held its third annual campaign called ‘Giving Jackets of Love’ for individuals who are homeless and must live out in the cold winter streets.
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.