By: Paul Jang and Doyeon Oh This blog post explores how various aspects of Shamanism, Buddhism, and Confucianism in the past have shaped the Korean Christianity that we know today. What was the religious context of Korea when Protestant Christianity first came to Korea? The religious context of Korea before Protestant Christianity arrived was very […]
STORIES OF FAITH
This summer, we are writing these blog posts in the hopes that we can reflect on faith as a community. Each individual and generation must decide what faith means for them. The experiences of the past help cast a vision for the future and that in turn affects the present. We explored the question, What does it mean for each generation to say "Bless the Lord"? Through this blog post series, we hope to aid in answering some of those questions.
By: Elisabeth Jong This blog post explains the origins of Protestant Christianity and its development in Korea. Please read to the end to see Elisabeth’s personal reflection on the content of the post. This is the second post in the “Stories of Faith” series. Stories of Faith is the theme of our 2019 ESM Summer Retreat, […]
By: Monica Park This blog post highlights the works of Canadian missionaries in Korea and how it affected the Korean people. Please read to the end to see Monica’s personal reflection on the content of the post. This is the third post in the “Stories of Faith” series. Stories of Faith is the theme of our […]
By: Lauren Lee and Elisabeth Jong Learn about the past, present and future of the KSM congregation at St. Tim’s. Read to the end to see Lauren and Elisabeth’s personal reflections. This is the twenty-first post in the “Stories of Faith” series. Click here to see the others. Stories of Faith was the theme of […]
By: Jocelyn Chung and April Chia Kid’s Church is a big part of St. Tim’s and a big part of growing up. What does it mean for us to have grown up in this church? Read to the end to see Jocelyn and April’s personal reflections. This is the nineteenth post in the “Stories of Faith” […]