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Rev. Dr. David Kim

Rev. Dr. David KimBiography

President & Lead Pastor at Glocal Mission

Dr. Kim was born in South Korea. He was a missionary and church planter in Ecuador between 1989 and 2001 before coming to the United States. In 2000, he met his wife Juhee in South Korea and married her in Ecuador in 2001. He is currently serving as the president and lead pastor at Glocal Mission based in Houston, TX. The vision of Glocal Mission is to raise up one million disciple makers for the task of the Great Commission in the United States and around the world by 2031. Under his leadership, more than 50 churches have been planted in the United States and around the world, and thousands of pastors and leaders are being trained in places like Honduras, Ecuador, South Korea, India, China, Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Costa Rica, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Mexico, the United States, and many others. From 2007 to 2016 he served as Mission Director at LINC Houston. He has been serving for over seven years on the Board of Mission Administration for the TX District of LC-MS. Dr. Kim also serves as adjunct professor at Concordia University, Irvine, CA, and Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, MO. For more information or for Evangelism, Discipleship, and Church Planting training manuals and handouts please visit www.glocalmission.org.

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Presentation:

Making Disciples Like Jesus!

Most people say they know what the Great Commission is. Most leaders say that Evangelism and Discipleship is a priority in their ministries. Yet, many church members feel they have never been discipled and they are currently not discipling anyone. Too many believers have not shared their faith with anyone in the last six months and congregations rarely experience conversion growth. What is the disconnect? Why do leaders who believe in the value of discipleship rarely see the actual fruits of discipleship? Could it be that they are not following Jesus’ model for discipleship? Are they becoming keepers of the aquarium instead of becoming fishers of men? In this session you will learn some unique ways that Jesus made His disciples in the first century. You will see the "Great Omission” of the church today and hear the challenge to be transformed as a Great Commission person!

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