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16 no image 2017 2nd Generation Pastors Conference
[레벨:11]총회본부
2647 2017-06-06
15 2015 Next Generation Leadership Conference of KECA 이미지파일
[레벨:11]총회본부
11308 2015-06-12
14 no image 2015 NGCL (2015년 제10차 이세 목회자 연례 컨퍼런스 안내)
[레벨:11]총회본부
11481 2015-06-09
수신: 담임목사, 이엠, 교육부 교역자 제목: 2015년 제10차 이세 목회자 연례 컨퍼런스 안내 1. 주님의 이름으로 문안드립니다. 2. 미주 성결교회의 차세대를 이끌어 가고있는 2세 목회자들을 위한 ‘2015년 이세 사역자 컨퍼런스’가 아래와 같이 개최되오니 아래 내용을 참조하시어 목사님의 적극적인 후원을 바라마지 않습니다. * 제 목 : 미주성결교단 이세 목회자 컨퍼런스(NGLC) Next Generation Leadership Conference of KECA * 주 제 : NGLC 10주년과 사역방향 * 강 사 : Dr, Roger Skinner, OMS부총재, Rich Danzeisen, OMS Executive Director, USA 조종곤목사, 미주성결교회 총회장, 황하균 부총회장, 최춘호, 황영송목사외 이세 사역자 * 일 시 : 2015년 6월8일(월) ~ 11일(목) * 장 소 : 로고스교회(최춘호 담임목사) Logos Evangelical Church 1341 E. Washington Bl. Pasadena, CA91104 (626)798-9100/ www.logoschurch.org * 등록비 : $100(Payable to Stephen Choi) *특별장학금이 지급됩니다. * 담당관 : 황영송목사(뉴욕수정교회 담임) (917) 541-9961(CP) : 최춘호목사(로고스교회 담임) (626) 862-0191(CP) 미주성결교회 총회장 조종곤 목사 이세목회위원회 위원장 최춘호 목사 2015 NGLC at OMS Mon 6/9 Tues 6/10 Wed 6/11 Thurs 6/12 8 Breakfast 9 OMS Chapel Morning Devotional 10 Session #1 KECA Context Session #2 Church Planting Multiplication Overview/Training (Rich Yoder, Greg Carlson) Sharing/Prayer 11 12 Lunch 1 Tour Session #3 Church Planting Multiplication Overview/Training (Rich Yoder, Greg Carlson) 2 3 Registration Basketball 4 5 5:30 Dinner 6 7 Worship Major Trends How is God moving in the world? (David Dick) Worship How is OMS moving with God? OMS Context. Testimonies. (HOPE61, MFM) Worship 8 9 10 11 Fellowship
13 no image 2013년 제8차 이세 목회자 연례 컨퍼런스 안내
[레벨:11]총회본부
32289 2013-05-15
12 no image THE KECA NGLC '13
[레벨:11]총회본부
22788 2013-05-08
Hello Second Generation Pastors and Leaders, Can you believe how fast a year has gone by? It's seems only a few weeks ago that we were meeting at Union Evangelical Church having fellowship and learning more about caring for our church through the teachings of Dr. Daniel Newman, Dr. Skinner and others. NGLC '13 is soon upon us and we are very excited about heading back to the East Coast to meet with the brothers and sisters there to grow together in our service for the Lord. Please find the below details of this year's conference: DATES: June 10-13th, 2013 CONFERENCE LOCATION: Korean Evangelical Church of LI (KECLI) 190 Ellison Ave., Westbury, NY 11590 HOTEL LOCATION: Homewood Suites by Hilton (approx. .8 mile away) 40 Westbury Avenue Carle Place, NY 11514 (Check in 10th. Check out 13th) THEME: We will be discussing the Heart of a Shepherd COST: $100 per person (but there will be a scholarship available). If you are writing a check, please make it payable to STEPHEN CHOI and bring it with you to the conference. REGISTRATION: Please contact Chanho Kwak MSN Cell: 917-577-2530 Church: 516-333-1757 Email: chanho@gmail.com Please contact with the information below. Please provide this information ASAP so that accommodations can be arranged.. -------------------------------- Name: Address: Phone: Email: Church Where You Serve: Your Senior Pastor: Church Website: Church Phone Number: Flight Information: If it has already been arranged, please also provide your flight information (Airline, Flight Number, Times of Arrival and Departure). Airport pick up and drop offs will be provided. New York Airports: JFK or LGA --------------------------------- Thank you and hope to see you in June! THE KECA NGLC '13 TEAM
11 no image 2011 미주 성결교 EM사역자 컨퍼런스 (아멘넷 기사)
총회본부
40212 2011-06-21
10 no image KECA Next Generation Leadership Conference
총회본부
58033 2010-03-29
Hi Pastors, It's been almost a year since our last KECA Next Generation Leadership Conference, when Pastor Daniel Kim from Sarang Church taught us about a discipleship-based, unified multi-generational church; the staff at OMSI Headquarters convicted us about the call to prayer-drenched missions; we did a lap on the Indy 500 on a bus; and the West Coast took home the Asian Larry O'Brien trophy, where it belongs, ahahhaa. As it is every year, it was an awesome time of learning and bonding. This year, we're gathering in April instead of June because it's combined with the KECA Annual Conference, which is the main event for senior pastors in our denomination. It's coming up really quickly, so please read the info below and register ASAP with Pastor Steve Hwang (aka, the General). ASAP meaning right now! WHEN: April 12-15 (Monday-Thursday). Please come to the hotel by 5:30 PM on 4/12. WHERE: Holy Gate Evangelical Church (2801 Montrose Avenue,Glendale, CA 91214; Get Directions (818) 542-4205) HOTEL: Los Angeles North/Glendae Hilton (100 West Glenoaks Blvd. Glendale, CA 91202; (818) 956-5466) COST: $200 per person (but there will be a scholarship available). If you're writing a check, please make it payable to KECA, and bring it to the conference. DRESS: Business casual (for guys: dress shirt and appropriate pants; for girls: I don't know). A little nicer, just so the senior pastors don't look at us and then shake their heads while looking disturbed and giving up on the future of KECA. REGISTRATION: Email Pastor Steve Hwang at stevehwang@crystalchurch.org (781-461-9800) with the information below. Please do this ASAP (latest by 4/1, a week from today), so he can arrange for food, hotel rooms, etc. -------------------------------- Name: Address: Phone: Email: Church Where You Serve: Your Senior Pastor: Church Website: Church Phone Number: --------------------------------- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: I'll send you info soon, as soon as I receive it, on times of the meetings each day, the cost for people not staying in hotels, amount of scholarship help. If you have any questions, please let me know. Excited to see y'all again... Cheers, Sang
9 no image Thank You OMS International
M. Tim Ryu
36177 2009-08-03
I am guessing most of you received a letter from Dr. Skinner about the 4th NGLC in June. I finally got around to sending a reply back to him, which is attached below. I hope all of you are surviving this very peculiar summer season, even thriving in it doing His wonderful works. -------------------------- August 3, 2009 OMS International Attn: Dr. Roger Skinner P.O. Box A 941 Fry Road Greenwood, IN 46142-6599 Dear Dr. Skinner, Thank you so much for your follow up letter with the wonderful pictures,and I apologize for the delayed reply. In July, my family and I had 2 weeks of vacation and after coming back, I was feverishly in a catch-upand recovery mode for another 2 weeks. The 4th annual NGLC of KECA held on your campus definitely left an indelible mark in me. Rev. Stephen Choi and his staff's leadership and gap-bridging abilities, great messages by Rev. Daniel Kim, and open-minded participation of both the 1st and Next Generation pastors of KECA all contributed to the spiritually uplifting experience. However,what impressed me the most was the true embodiment of Christian hospitality and service by you and your staff, the thoughtfulness of which was epitomized in the presentation of the traveling trophy. It was a great added bonus to discover the endless future possibilities of KECA and OMSI working together for the kingdom of God. Thank you again for your personal and collective service for all nations, myself and the other KECA pastors included, in the name of the Lord. I, too, look forward to seeing you again in a near future, hopefully in DC this time. I should be here probably until June 2010. Warmly, MYUNG Y. RYU Chaplain (CPT) USA
8 no image 2010 Pastor’s Ordination Process of KECA
총회본부
165787 2009-06-15
KECA30-14 June 5th,2009 To: District President Re: 2010 Pastor’s Ordination Process of KECA 1. Greeting in the Lord Jesus Christ. 2. This letter is to inform you regards to pastor’s ordination process for year 2010. Please relate this message to your pastors in your district and to the candidates of an ordination. (1) Subject of Pastor’s Ordination Examinations A. Written Exam: Biblical Theology, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, Church History, Missiology, Constitution of KECA & Doctrine of KECA. (Total of 7) B. Preaching: This is preaching and it should not exceed more than 10 minutes and a theme of preaching is “Sanctification.” - All the candidates must submit their written sermons before 2010 District Meeting. C. Interviews: 1) Calling and Vision of Ministry 2) Family life 3) Church life 4) Bible and other common knowledge based on Christianity. (2) Ordination fee A. All Subject : $ 600 (us) B. Each subject : $ 100 (us) per subject (3) Apply for an Ordination A. Application : You can download an application from our website (www.keca.us) starting at July 15th2009. B. Dead line : August 31, 2009 (Mon) / please submit both ordination fee with your application. (please make your check pay to order to ‘KECA’) C. Examples of ordination exams will be available on our website ()startingfromJuly15th(wed),2009. D. Date of Examination : October 26, 2009 (Mon) / place and time will be inform later E. If you should have any questions, please contact Rev. Yo han Kim (Secretary of Ordination Committee of KECA) (905) 212-9363 and his email address is General Superintendent of KECA : Rev. John Yun Chairman of Ordination Committee : Rev. Suk Hyung Kim
7 no image KECA Next Generation Conference '09 @ OMSI Headquarters
sam koh
54003 2009-04-22
Korean Evangelical Church of America 2009 Next Generation Leadership Conference THEME: “The Missional Church” June 8 (Mon)- 11 (Thurs), 2009 OMSI Headquarters. Greenwood, Indiana Keynote Speaker: Rev. Daniel Kim Senior Pastor, Sarang Community Church Hello Everyone! We are excited to announce the coming of our Fourth Annual Next Generation Leadership Conference! In the past three years the Lord has blessed our NGL Conferences which was held in the East and the West coasts. This year, the Lord is allowing us to trace the roots of our denomination and thus our conference will be held at OMS International headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. This conference is very special to us since this is our KECA denomination’s great effort to raise our next generation leaders. During the past three years, the next generation leaders have built a great amount of camaraderie through these conferences. We were able to build lasting relationships and a network of friends and co-workers. This has allowed the next generation of ministers in our denomination to bond and talk about our future vision as well as pinpoint some of the issues and details of working together in unison within our multi-generational churches that we belong to. This year’s theme, “The Missional Church,” has been a subject that has been on our minds for quite some time and will be a great topic for us to learn and discuss at this year’s conference. “The Missional Church,” is quite interesting and appropriate for this year’s conference since we are holding our conference at the OMS International headquarters in which this missions organization is responsible for witnessing, converting and training the forefathers of our KEHC denomination. In addition our denomination has and still is clearly active in doing missions work all across the world, country and in our own back yard. To put it simply, both the first and second generation Korean-American churches are missional in that, we are still reaching out to non-believers in our communities in addition to doing our part in world-wide missions for the Kingdom of God. We ask that you join us to learn, discuss, pray as we tackle this topic with our renown speaker, Rev. Daniel Kim who is the senior pastor of the well known Sarang Community Church in Anaheim, California. Pastor Daniel has great experience in pioneering a missional church which seeks to minister to an often complicated entity called the Multi-Generation Korean American Church. If you are working in a Korean-American church, I’m sure this is ringing a bell. With all this in mind, we hope to see all of you at this conference and let us begin to pray and anticipate what God has in store for us at our 2009 annual conference! See you in Indiana! _____________________________________________________ APPLICATION: Name:_______________ Address: ____________________ ___________________________ Phone: _________________ Email: __________________ Information of the Church you presently serve Name of Church: ______________ Senior Pastor: _________________ Church Website: _______________ Church Phone number: _________ Please copy and paste the application on a word document, fill out and send the application by May 20th to: Sam Koh 1341 E. Washington Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91104 Or send the application via email with the requested information above to: sam.koh@gmail.com Cost: The application fee of $100.00 will be due at the time of registration. There will be transportation assistance for those who will be flying into Indianapolis. If you are planning to receive aid, please contact Pastor Sam Koh at sam.koh@gmail.com for further information. East Coast contact person: Pastor Steve Hwang Email: stevehwang@crystalchurch.org Tel. 917-541-9961 West Coast contact person: Pastor Sam Koh Email: sam.koh@gmail.com / Tel. 949-300-0428 ----------------------------------------------------- LOCATION OF CONFERENCE: OMS International Headquarters Address: 941 Fry Rd. Greenwood, IN 46142 Phone: (317) 881-6751 Website www.omsinternational.org AIRPORTS NEARBY: Indianapolis International Airport
6 no image EM Pastor Wanted
John Park
34694 2009-01-19
5 no image Next Gen. Leadership Conf. 2008 [1]
Next Gen. Leadership
35884 2008-04-03
4 no image KM-EM Relationship in KECA [1]
Sam Koh
47584 2008-03-07
Sam Koh Pastor, Logos Evangelical Church Feb 29, 2008 Hallelujah and Praise the Lord for our KECA denomination and its continual growth here in America. Hello my name is Rev. Sam Koh and it is of great pleasure to be invited to write about the exciting development that is taking place regarding the next generation of believers of our denomination. I grew up in this denomination for my father Rev. Nam-Cheol Koh was and still is a pastor of this denomination. Since 1992, I have been serving in our denomination and as I look back I must admit that God has done and is continuously doing great things to this day in the KECA throughout America. As I think about our denomination, I have so many things to say, however, I will stick to one topic throughout this letter. That topic my friends concerns the future of our English Speaking Congregation in this denomination. So far the scenario seems to look something like this. One of our KECA churches begins an EM with a pastor usually from another denomination. After a few years, things do not work out and the EM Pastor leaves with the congregation, splitting up the church and planting a church of a different denomination with the people that our KECA churches have been raising up until this time. I know we are all God’s people regardless of denomination, but shouldn’t we keep our KECA tradition alive even through our English speaking generation? Therefore, in order for us to have a victorious game plan for the future, we need to ordain more English speaking pastors in our denomination who are willing to either harmoniously work with the existing KECA 1st generation church or be blessed to plant a healthy 2nd generation KECA church. However to get English speaking pastors to desire getting ordained in our denomination is not easy. Presently and in the past our KECA denomination has been dominated by the Korean language and culture. Everything from ordination process, annual and district meetings, etc. have been dominated by 1st generation Korean spekaing Korean-Americans. Well, we the second and third generation are quickly on the rise and unless our denomination have things prepared, we will certainly lose this very needed group as this is already a pattern that exists at this time. I have been seeing many of our KECA PK’s (pastor’s kids) go into ministry and get ordained by other denominations and serve in other denominations. This is simply because we have not given much thought concerning recruiting English speaking pastors to our denomination. Therefore, I feel that first and foremost we need to establish an English speaking group or branch in our KECA denomination that strongly focuses on meeting the needs of ordination, assimilation and cooperation for our English speaking pastors. Secondly, we need many of our official KECA denomination documents to be written in proper, grammatically correct English. My third request is that, we simplify the ordination process and make the whole process in English so that it is competitive to other denominations. Just doing these three things will greatly improve our “find and keep” ratio when desiring English speaking pastors to enter into our denomination. I feel that there are many 2nd and 3rd generation English speaking pastors on the rise and many of them have gone to Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist, or Non-Denominational organizations such as ECA because these denominations were prepared to accept these English speaking pastors. Shouldn’t the KECA be ready to bring in these English Speaking Pastors as well? I believe that the future holds bright for the next generation English speaking pastors to hold their place and for them to participate in the KECA denomination as active members. Let us work together to make this a possibility and may the Lord bring in many more next generation pastors to our KECA denomination. Pastor Sam Koh English Service/ Education Pastor Logos Evangelical Church, Pasadena, CA.
3 no image Leaders in KECA [1]
Steve Hwang
50287 2008-03-07
Greeting in the Lord Jesus Christ! Praise the Lord! I am pleased and excited about launching of KECA Newspaper for North America. We are living in a time where every culture, every tribe, every nation, every organization, and every church are in need of raising the leaders for the next generation. However, it seems as though much is being said regarding leadership, about what needs to be done or what can be done, yet there’s lack of consistent attempts, or even futile attempts to actually do something about it. In effort to meet such urgent need, KECA took the first few steps of a long journey and I am thrilled to be a part of it. By the grace of God, we were able to successfully hold denominational conferences. In year 2006, very first Next Generation Leaders Conference (NGLC) was held at Logos Church, which is located in Pasadena, California. The purpose of this event was to equip and train solid leaders/pastors for English-speaking 1.5 or 2nd generation Korean-Americans. It was a very meaningful moment for each and every one of us who attended the conference. Many young seminarians and pastors experienced the moving hands of God throughout the conference and we agreed upon coming together for the purpose of advancing God’s kingdom. I believe that it was possible as a result of the continuing prayer supports and increasing interests of the local pastors and our denomination. I am personally grateful for those 1st generation and 2nd generation pastors who expressed sincere interest in helping out and cooperating in order to make it successful. When I think about examples of great leaders in the Bible, many people come to my mind. Out of all those leaders, I can narrow it down to two selective leaders when I think about “generational leaders”. One is Moses and the other is Joshua. They stand out as generational leaders due to the fact that the relationship between the 1st and 2nd generation leaders can be portrayed by the relationship between Moses and Joshua. By examining their relationship, we can gain some valuable insights on how to maintain a good relationship or improve the relationship between two different generations. Moses was mightily used of God. He was the “greatest prophet to arise in all of Israel.” But He knew that God’s work would go on long after he was gone. In all probability, he kept his eye out for a young man with a heart for God who was capable of leading the children of Israel. He found that man in Joshua. Moses said to Joshua, “Choose some of our men and go out to fight the Amalekites. Tomorrow I will stand on top of the hill with the staff of God in my hand. So Joshua fought the Amalekites as Moses had ordered, and Moses, Aaron, and Hur went to the top of the hill. As long as Moses held up his hands, the Israelites were winning. But whenever he lowered his hands, the Amalekites were winning. When Moses’ hands grew tired, they took a stone and put it under him and he sat on it. Aaron and Hur held his hands up-one on one side, one on the other – so that his hands remained steady till sunset. So Joshua overcame the Amalekites army with the sword.” (Exodus 17:9-13) It’s interesting to see how Moses sent young Joshua into battle. Although he allowed Joshua to initially fight the battle, he was never far away. He was within eyesight of Joshua pointing him to the source of victory. Moses wisely allowed Joshua to fight and win the battle, but he gave direction to secure the final victory. We find a pattern that begins to emerge in the relationship between Moses and Joshua. First, Moses does the work of God. Then Moses allows Joshua to do the work of God while he stands near by. Ultimately, Joshua would do the work of God when Moses was gone. That’s God’s pattern of raising up a new generation of leaders. First, we do the work. Then they do the work with us. Finally they do the work. But Moses did more than mentor Joshua in the word of God. He discipled him in his walk with God. The Bible says, “The LORD said to Moses, ‘come up to me on the mountain and stay here, and I will give you the tablets of stone, with the law and commands I have written for their instruction.’ Then Moses sent out with Joshua his aide, and Moses went up on the mountain of God.” (Ex. 24:12,13) When Moses had the awesome encounter with God, Joshua wasn’t very far away. When Moses would meet with God in the “tent of meeting” and the presence of God was so powerful, Joshua was in the tent with him. Even when Moses left the tent, Joshua would hand around. He didn’t want to leave the presence of the Lord. Moses mentored Joshua in the work of God, but most importantly, he mentored in his deep intimate walk with God. It’s easy to train men and women to do the outward works of God, but it’s another thing to train them to walk humbly with God. But Moses understood that the work of God was a spiritual work that would take deeply spiritual men to accomplish. Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt, but Joshua would lead them into the promise land. Because Moses mentored Joshua, the work he accomplished didn’t stop with his death. A new generation was prepared to take the baton and run the race. We can’t deny the fact that the 2nd generation leaders have a lot to learn from the 1st generation leaders. Without their undivided commitment, unceasing passion, and generous sacrifices of the past, KECA would not be here today. I pray that all 1st and 2nd generation leaders and pastors will continue to join hands and wholeheartedly strive to work together to raise up strong leaders who will responsibly carry out the work of the Lord through KECA. As your fellow servant of God, I would like to invite you to be a vital part of this history making adventure. May God bless you and your ministry richly and abundantly. Steve Hwang EM Pastor of Crystal Church of NY & Coordinator of 2nd generation Committee
2 no image The Future of the Korean American Church [1]
Stephen Choonho Choi
54139 2008-03-07
Stephen Choonho Choi The Chairman, Next Gen. Pastors Committee Senior Pastor, Logos Evan. Church, Pasadena, CA The Future of the Korean American Church A Korean-American Church is neither a Korean Church nor an American Church. It is founded on a mixture of heritage that stems from having both the Korean and American background. The first generation Korean Immigrants mostly live in the United States as if they are travelers on a foreign soil. Most of them have created a mini Korean Community that resembles the society that they were a part of, back in Korea. But the 2nd generations Korean Americans feel that they are as much a part of American Society as anyone living in the United States. They consider themselves as Americans with Korean background, and rightfully so. In addition to cultural differences, the 1st generation Korean Immigrants and the 2nd generation Korean Americans are often times divided by a language barrier. The heartfelt language is the language that one uses to communicate emotions that dwell in ones heart, such as love, hurt feeling, or joy, etc. The core essence of our feelings can be only communicated with our heartfelt language, and its capability far exceeds the intellectual language that can only transfer knowledge and instructions. And because most 1st generation Korean immigrants’ heartfelt language is Korean where as 2nd generation Korean Americans’ heartfelt language is English, there is an inherent communication barrier in addition to cultural gap that exists between the two. I experience this barrier everyday in my own family, with my three children. Because I was a Missionary traveling with my family thorough out the world, my children never got to spend much of their life in Korea. As a result, the fluency of their Korean varies from my eldest daughter to the youngest son. And even as my eldest daughter, Joy, speaks fluently in both Korean and English, when it comes to the things that matter most to her, she communicates in English (her heartfelt language). If I had to categorize my children, I would categorize Joy as a 1.6 generation Korean American, with John, my second child, as a 1.8 generation Korean American, and my youngest, Jay, as a 1.9 generation Korean American. The juxtaposition and the dilemma of being both a Korean and an American is the present reality that every Korean American faces, and it is imperative that we acknowledge the existence of the division that it has created within a Korean American Family because this same division has carried over to our present status of Korean American Churches in the United States. When God lead me to Logos Church, an Evangelical Korean American Church, back in October 2001, I spent a long time reflecting on the past 20 years of my life as a Missionary with OM (Operation Mobilization) and asked myself: Why would God allow me to spend all those years as a Missionary before leading me to become a Senior Pastor at a Korean American church? His answer gave me the conviction and the courage to change my path and take on a great new challenge. What God showed me was that as a Missionary, I had an opportunity to live and work with over 70 different countrymen with their distinctive culture, language, and identity. What I had learned through that experience was that we can overcome our differences if we share in a worthy cause to believe in – the spreading of the Gospel to the end of the world. And what God wanted was for me to use my experience as a Missionary to nourish a Korean American Church where both Korean Immigrants and 2nd generation Korean American believers can be united by His love. Just last summer, Logos Church sent an intergenerational mission team to Mexico where families as well as teenagers and grownups worked together to do God’s work. Imagine a team of over 50 people that crossed over the age, language, cultural, and identity barrier in the name of Christ’s Love and who served the locals with sincere hearts. What this mission trip proved to us was that the tie that binds us (the Korean Immigrants and Korean Americans) at our church is the love of Christ that transcends the barriers that only seemed to have divided us. What was amazing for us to witness was that the barriers that only seemed to have existed vanished right before our eyes as we decided to cross over them. When we decided to work together, it was easy for us to see that everything was possible if we believe in the unifying power of God’s love. What we think as barriers are in reality tremendous advantages that help us to do more than what we can do neither as Korean Immigrants nor as Korean Americans. And the future success of Korean American Churches will depend on our ability to coexist under one roof, complementing each other as we carry out the greatest commandment that Jesus gave us.
1 no image Just wondering [1]
John Park
32503 2007-12-15
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