Dear Members and Friends, We trust and pray that you, your family and co-workers are enduring the Covid-19 pandemic in good health and safety. These are times of uncertainty. Life as we know it has been abruptly changed. Without a doubt, we have been changed through the 2020 Experience. It has been “Real!” as we have learned […]
North American Pacific Asian Disciples
The 2019 Covenant Journal, a report on the 2019 General Board meeting in February, is mailed to each congregation and available for [faicon icon=”file-pdf-o”] download here. View full texts of reports and business items on the General Assembly business page.
from the Justice Table In Utah, a coalition of five tribes have a proposal on the table to assist the Department of the Interior with the management of Bears Ears Wildlife Refuge, a proposed project awaiting federal approval. And in the far north, the Gwich’in people are advocating for protection of the Arctic National Wildlife […]
19 that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us. – 2 Corinthians 5:19 (NRSV) The community gathered for the North American Pacific/Asian Disciples’ 19th Biennial Convocation serves as a model of unity, not uniformity – a founding principle of […]
Rev. Chung Seong Kim has been appointed as Interim Executive Pastor of the North American Pacific/Asian Disciples. The appointment was made by the Board of Directors of NAPAD at its teleconference on June 29, 2016, upon a search committee’s recommendation. Before his appointment, Rev. Kim served various congregations, most recently as Senior Pastor of Good […]
by Rev. April Johnson, minister of reconciliation Anti-Racism Training is no longer lost in translation for Disciples Korean pastors of the Pacific Southwest Region. After one full year of research and translation as well as two years of planning, Pastors Young Lan Kim and Rev. Jun Yang conducted the first Anti-Racism training event for […]