Korean Church Offers ‘Bible News Institute’

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For those who have no formal Bible training but want to learn and share the Bible as a whole picture, the Bible News Institute is for them.

Participants become a “walking Bible” by learning to draw whole chapters of books in the Bible in picture form and, with some memorization, understand its content.

Pastor Suh of the Los Angeles Peace Korean CRC in Mission Hills serves as the vice president of Bible News Institute.

Early in May, the institute offered two days of intensive training.

Missionary Jae Chung from Cambodia said, “Many times I have a thirst for the Word to use in this new challenging time.” Mrs. Kyung Yoon, a deaconess, said, “Through this Bible News training, now I’m more interested in the Bible because I learned through drawing pictures and singing hymns about whole Bible chapters.”

Pastor Suh hopes that the institute’s motto, “If you meet Bible News Institute, you will be the walking Bible,” is true for Christians everywhere.

About the Author

Jonathan Kim is a CRC pastor of Ye-Eun Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles, California. He writes news for The Banner and lives in North Hills, California.