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Background Information

Employment History

Pastor

Reformed Presbyterian Church


Missionary

Presbyterian Missionary Union


Web References(27 Total References)


Presbyterian Missionary Union

presbyterianmissions.org [cached]

After two years of credential inquiries and exams, Kim was ordained as a PMU missionary on September 4, 2005.
Kim had the privilege of serving the Lord as a lecturer at different Bible seminaries for eight years and also as a pastor at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Yangon for three years. Kim has completed his M. Div. degree at New Life College in India and his Th. M. at Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission in Korea. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. Kim is now actively church planting. He has planted one Bible Presbyterian Church in Yangon and hopefully will plant another church in the Inle Lake area of the Shan state among the Intha people. Kim has established an orphanage center and kindergarten school. He is also training the workers and leaders to be strongly rooted in the Reformed Faith.


www.presbyterianmissions.org

After two years of credential inquiries and exams, Kim was ordained as a PMU missionary on September 4, 2005.
Kim had the privilege of serving the Lord as a lecturer at different Bible seminaries for eight years and also as a pastor at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Yangon for three years. Kim has completed his M. Div. degree at New Life College in India and his Th. M. at Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission in Korea. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. Kim is now actively church planting. He has planted one Bible Presbyterian Church in Yangon and hopefully will plant another church in the Inle Lake area of the Shan state among the Intha people. Kim has established an orphanage center and kindergarten school. He is also training the workers and leaders to be strongly rooted in the Reformed Faith. By pmuadmin at 2006 Feb 20 - 4:45pm | Kim | Personnel | login or register to post comments | 1041 reads


Missions | Presbyterian Missionary Union

www.presbyterianmissions.org [cached]

By pmuadmin at 2008 Jun 11 - 9:45am | Kim | Missions | Myanmar | Prayer | login or register to post comments | 333 reads | 1 attachment
By pmuadmin at 2008 Jan 16 - 11:07am | Kim | Myanmar | login or register to post comments | 911 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2007 Oct 5 - 10:15am | Kim | Myanmar | Prayer | login or register to post comments | 767 reads After two years of credential inquiries and exams, Kim was ordained as a PMU missionary on September 4, 2005. Kim had the privilege of serving the Lord as a lecturer at different Bible seminaries for eight years and also as a pastor at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Yangon for three years. Kim has completed his M. Div. degree at New Life College in India and his Th. M. at Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission in Korea. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. Kim is now actively church planting. He has planted one Bible Presbyterian Church in Yangon and hopefully will plant another church in the Inle Lake area of the Shan state among the Intha people. Kim has established an orphanage center and kindergarten school. He is also training the workers and leaders to be strongly rooted in the Reformed Faith. By pmuadmin at 2006 Feb 20 - 4:45pm | Kim | Personnel | login or register to post comments | 1042 reads


Kim | Presbyterian Missionary Union

www.presbyterianmissions.org [cached]

By pmuadmin at 2008 Jun 11 - 9:45am | Kim | Missions | Myanmar | Prayer | login or register to post comments | 333 reads | 1 attachment
By pmuadmin at 2008 Jan 16 - 11:07am | Kim | Myanmar | login or register to post comments | 911 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2007 Oct 5 - 10:15am | Kim | Myanmar | Prayer | login or register to post comments | 767 reads Meet the Kims After two years of credential inquiries and exams, Kim was ordained as a PMU missionary on September 4, 2005. Kim had the privilege of serving the Lord as a lecturer at different Bible seminaries for eight years and also as a pastor at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Yangon for three years. Kim has completed his M. Div. degree at New Life College in India and his Th. M. at Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission in Korea. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage. Kim is now actively church planting. He has planted one Bible Presbyterian Church in Yangon and hopefully will plant another church in the Inle Lake area of the Shan state among the Intha people. Kim has established an orphanage center and kindergarten school. He is also training the workers and leaders to be strongly rooted in the Reformed Faith. By pmuadmin at 2006 Feb 20 - 4:45pm | Kim | Personnel | login or register to post comments | 1042 reads By pmuadmin at 2008 Aug 5 - 3:07pm | ESPAÑOL | Australia | Baldwin | Bolivia | Bolivia | Cambodia | China | Fisher | Foreign Fields | Home Missions | Kim | Myanmar | Paauwe | Pine | Prayer | Quisbert | Support | Team Timothy | The Missions Banner | login or register to post comments | 275 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2008 Jun 6 - 4:56pm | Australia | Baldwin | Bolivia | Cambodia | China | Fisher | Foreign Fields | Home Missions | Kim | Missions | Myanmar | Paauwe | Pine | Prayer | Team Timothy | login or register to post comments | 372 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2008 May 16 - 2:48pm | Australia | Baldwin | Bolivia | Bolivia | Cambodia | China | Fisher | Foreign Fields | Home Missions | Kim | Missions | Myanmar | Paauwe | Pine | Quisbert | Schedules | Team Timothy | The Missions Banner | USA | login or register to post comments | 343 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2008 Feb 11 - 3:05pm | Baldwin | Bolivia | Bolivia | Cambodia | Fisher | Home Missions | Kim | Myanmar | Pine | Quisbert | Team Timothy | The Missions Banner | USA | login or register to post comments | 572 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2007 Sep 4 - 12:12pm | Bolivia | Bolivia | Brazil | Home Missions | Kim | Organization | Personnel | Special Projects | Team Timothy | The Missions Banner | login or register to post comments | 811 reads | 1 attachment By pmuadmin at 2007 Jul 20 - 10:21am | Australia | Baldwin | Bolivia | Brazil | Cambodia | China | Fisher | Home Missions | Kim | Myanmar | Paauwe | Special Projects | Team Timothy | The Missions Banner | login or register to post comments | 873 reads | 1 attachment


www.presbyterianmissions.org

After two years of credential inquiries and exams, Kim was ordained as a PMU missionary on September 4, 2005.Kim had the privilege of serving the Lord as a lecturer at different Bible seminaries for eight years and also as a pastor at the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Yangon for three years.Kim has completed his M. Div. degree at New Life College in India and his Th.M. at Asian Center for Theological Studies and Mission in Korea.In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage.In November of 2005, the Lord blessed Kim and his wife, Mawite, with a son named Lal Nun Siama (Nathan Andrew Kim) after eight years of marriage.Kim is now actively church planting.He has planted one Bible Presbyterian Church in Yangon and hopefully will plant another church in the Inle Lake area of the Shan state among the Intha people.Kim has established an orphanage center and kindergarten school.He is also training the workers and leaders to be strongly rooted in the Reformed Faith.By pmuadmin at 2006 Feb 20 - 4:45pm | Kim | Personnel | login or register to post comments | 608 reads


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