In his lecture “The Mission of Korean Immigrant Churches in the USA,” Enoch Wan explores four types of diaspora mission, paying particular attention to the ministry and practice of Korean immigrant churches.
In response to Enoch Wan’s lecture on “Diaspora Missiology and Korean Immigrant Churches,” Kyongho Ko reflects on how various diaspora missiologies play out in Korean immigrant churches in the United States.
Sam Koh, Benjamin Shin, and Kevin Lee share about second generation pastoral ministry and intergenerational lessons for the Korean American church’s future, in this panel discussion moderated by Daniel D. Lee.
In her lecture “Korean Christianity and the Korean War,” Helen Jin Kim considers how Korean Christianity’s past—particularly the impact of the West and of the Korean War—shapes the present and future of the Korean church in Korea and the diaspora.
In response to Helen Jin Kim’s lecture on “Korean Christianity and the Korean War,” Byungjoo Song reflects on the many social issues the church faces today and on the ways the Korean Church needs its emerging generation.
Brian Kim, Daehyuk Yoon, Sinyil Kim, and Jeong Yup Lee share about their experiences leading immigrant churches, touching on both challenges and opportunities, in this panel discussion moderated by Byungjoo Song.
Joshua Choonmin Kang reflects on the life of Abraham—and the work God does at the boundaries—as a model of faithful living for immigrants and the Korean diaspora.
Hannah Che considers the dynamics between Christian gratitude and suffering, lament, and pain, through a particular Korean cultural lens.
Robert Emmons, alongside Fuller scholars and practitioners, delves into the science of gratitude and the ways it shapes our relationship with one another, with God, and with the wider natural world.