It’s said so often in the U.S. that churches that get involved in social justice decline in membership. But the story of Korea, and the story of the African-American community in the U.S., tells a very different story.
A new program is being launched in Orange County, California, in January 2011, at Springing Fountain CRC. The program is for small churches who are able to send people who are willing to be trained and raised as church school directors.
All Korean churches are seeking pastors for children and youth. Many churches are seeking not only pastors, but anyone who is willing to serve. Can we raise and train enough pastors to fill this great need?
One of the greatest issues in Korean church is EM (English Ministry). Should EM be independent? Speaking from personal experience and wisdom gained from it, the answer is definitely "yes" and "no" — sorry, but read on.
There are some serious problems in our church education program. The most serious problem is that our children leave the church as they become college students. What do you think? Pastors and Leaders?