Korea

By faith we see:

  • Korean churches sending, networking, equipping, and supporting missionaries to fulfil Christ’s commission where Jesus Christ is least known so that people might find the living hope in Him, bring joy to God and glorify Him as part of the active and faithful Church around the world.
  • young people with varied talents and skills, welltrained and equipped, engaged in the global mission and serving on multi-cultural teams worldwide.
  • foreigners coming to Christ in South Korea and being trained and equipped to take the gospel to their nations.
  • Chinese churches standing firm as new partners in global mission as they engage their leaders in mission, encourage and train young people, and support their missionaries well.

Korea

By faith we see:

  • Korean churches sending, networking, equipping, and supporting missionaries to fulfil Christ’s commission where Jesus Christ is least known so that people might find the living hope in Him, bring joy to God and glorify Him as part of the active and faithful Church around the world.
  • young people with varied talents and skills, welltrained and equipped, engaged in the global mission and serving on multi-cultural teams worldwide.
  • foreigners coming to Christ in South Korea and being trained and equipped to take the gospel to their nations.
  • Chinese churches standing firm as new partners in global mission as they engage their leaders in mission, encourage and train young people, and support their missionaries well.

Communities where He is least known

Chinese Church

With excitement, we witnessed the Mission China Conference, which took place in September 2016. Outcomes of the conference included a clear mission statement and committed people responding to the call of global missions. We praise God for answering our prayers and rewarding the workers who invested constant effort to see this conference stimulate an increased commitment to missions. SIM Korea is wholeheartedly committed to assisting the Church in steps towards a greater vision for the harvest.

New Settlers in Korea

Korea is rapidly becoming a multicultural nation, with migrants making up nearly 5% of the population. Migrants, with varied backgrounds, find it hard to adjust to a different life context in Korea. Educating their children is a challenge as the children learn, grown and integrate into different communities. Local churches have opportunities to accept, love and care for these migrants, with the hope that they will come to Christ and become ambassadors of love and peace to those who do not know Christ.

Oracíones

1

Pray for the revival of the Korean Church for broader engagement in global missions.

2

Pray for networking and partnering among local churches and mission agencies in Korea and China.

3

Pray for wisdom and strength to work with the Chinese Church, as they desire to send more workers.

4

Pray for foreigners in Korea to come to know eternal peace in Christ through his workers and to be witnesses to the gospel.

5

Pray for the existing mission training programs (SIM-ACTS English Mission Course, Mission Perspectives and Missionary Training Institutes,) and for new field-based programs that are being developed for missionary candidates.

6

Pray for the spiritual and ministerial growth of the home staff as they serve the Lord and his servants.