The Korean Council of Christian Reformed Churches met in May for its 26th annual meeting. Pictured here are its newly elected officers. Since 1984 the council, which has nearly 100 member churches, has served as a bridge between Korean churches and provided continuing education and ministry resources for Korean Christian Reformed congregations. Among its resources are Voice of the Reformed, a Korean version of The Banner, and the TODAY devotional published as a bilingual booklet in English and Korean. The meeting included reports from the Korean Institute for Ministry, which helps with continuing education.
In the closing sermon, Rev. Koong Jin Narm, pastor of Zion CRC, Portland, Ore., encouraged Korean churches to strive for unity as they change and mature.
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