Korean Seminar Focuses on Quiet Time and Meditation

Rev. Tae Jun Son, pastor of Joo Sung Mission Korean Christian Reformed Church, recently led a seminar focusing on spending quiet time and meditation with God’s Word for 25 Korean-American leaders from southern California. The seminar drew lay leaders from a number of different denominations.

Rev. Son’s church plant is located on the campus of Anaheim CRC. He organized a parachurch movement called 1966 QT Mission Center, which calls people to spend time meditating on the Bible as part of their life-long commitment to the Lord.

QT seminars focus on listening to readings, meditating, eating, enjoying, and sharing during a time of relaxation. Church members are urged to spend time in daily meditation on specific Bible passages that are the focus of weekly house meetings. These passages are then used for preaching the following Sunday.

Rev. Son hopes “their experiences of this seminar will encourage participants to recommit their lives with the true Christian identity and also will spread to other regions too.”

To learn more, visit m.youtube.com/watch?v=32YY5ZVrj6E (in Korean).

About the Author

Jonathan Kim is a freelance news correspondent for The Banner. He lives in North Hills, California.

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