Korean Presbyterians – July 10, 2017

The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has deep ties to Korea and continues to be shaped by Korean-American Presbyterians. The Presbyterian Historical Society shares the history of Presbyterian mission efforts and their lasting impact. We also explore in this issue a few of the many facets of the contemporary Korean-American Presbyterian experience.

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A history of Presbyterian mission in Korea The Presbyterian Historical Society shares an overview of their Korea mission collections.

The sisterhood of Presbyterian Korean-American Clergywomen Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Mihee Kim-Kort explain how this group has provided support, mentoring and encouragement for their ministry.

The trip to the mother motherland The PC(USA) and Presbyterian Church of Korea are partnering to provide opportunities for Korean-American college students to visit Korea.

Understanding Korean-American churches Sanghyun James Lee explores some of the roles these churches play in faith and culture.

Open and closed systems What can churches learn from these concepts from family systems theory?

2020 Vision Team The committee discussed feedback that starting to reveal what’s on Presbyterians’ hearts. Leslie Scanlon reports.