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Peter Joonsuk Hwang

President

Korean American Association of Minnesota

HQ Phone:  (651) 440-9192

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Korean American Association of Minnesota

1331 County Road D Circle E

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55109

United States

Background Information

Employment History

KCCD


Affiliations

Metropolitan Christian Council of Philadelphia

Board Member


Education

Cornell University


Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary


D.D.S.

NYU College of Dentistry


M.Div. Degree

Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary


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Leaders

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Rev. Peter J. Hwang
Peter serves as pastor of the First Korean Baptist Church of Philadelphia, which he founded in 1979. He is the President of the Korean Southern Baptist Mission Board and president of Korean Pastors of Greater Philadelphia. In addition, he serves as a board member for several organizations, including the Metropolitan Church Council of Philadelphia, Leader's Forum, and Philadelphia Leadership Foundation. Peter received his M.Div. Degree from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary.


THE CHRISTIAN RECORDER Online

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Father Martini Shaw, pastor of St. Thomas African Episcopal Church; Bishop Peter Hwang of the Korean Association, USA; the Rev. William B. Moore, pastor of Tenth Memorial Baptist Church; the Rev. Bonnie Camarda, president of Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia; Bishop Omega Shelton of The Church of The Lord Jesus Christ; and Bishop Benjamin F. Patterson Jr., who is the pastor of Greater Bibleway Temple gave remarks.
Jesus told Peter, "Feed my lambs." He asked Peter, first, this question, "Do you love me?" Peter replied, "Yes, Lord. You know I love you." Jesus proceeded to ask Peter twice more if he loved Him. Peter answered, "Yes" both times. Jesus replied, "take care of my sheep," and "feed my sheep" consecutively. Jesus told Peter this to allow him to redeem himself and to reinforce the message that Peter's charge was to take care of the less fortunate believers and those who did not know Jesus, of the lost and the unsaved. What did Jesus mean when he commanded Peter to do these things? He meant for Peter and all disciples, or followers of Christ, to be the hands and feet of Jesus. He meant for us to meet the needs of the people. The Department of Church Growth and Development of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in its quest to prepare laborers for the harvest, will offer evangelism certification training to equip future ambassadors to "be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks [them] to give the reason for the hope that [they] have" (1 Peter 3:15 NIV). Five separate certification tracks will be offered:


THE CHRISTIAN RECORDER Online: THE CHRISTIAN RECORDER ONLINE ENGLISH EDITION (11/13/08)

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Father Martini Shaw, pastor of St. Thomas African Episcopal Church; Bishop Peter Hwang of the Korean Association, USA; the Rev. William B. Moore, pastor of Tenth Memorial Baptist Church; the Rev. Bonnie Camarda, president of Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia; Bishop Omega Shelton of The Church of The Lord Jesus Christ; and Bishop Benjamin F. Patterson Jr., who is the pastor of Greater Bibleway Temple gave remarks.
Jesus told Peter, "Feed my lambs. He asked Peter, first, this question, "Do you love me? Peter replied, "Yes, Lord. You know I love you. Jesus proceeded to ask Peter twice more if he loved Him. Peter answered, "Yes" both times. Jesus replied, "take care of my sheep," and "feed my sheep" consecutively. Jesus told Peter this to allow him to redeem himself and to reinforce the message that Peter's charge was to take care of the less fortunate believers and those who did not know Jesus, of the lost and the unsaved. The Department of Church Growth and Development of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in its quest to prepare laborers for the harvest, will offer evangelism certification training to equip future ambassadors to "be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks [them] to give the reason for the hope that [they] have" (1 Peter 3:15 NIV). Five separate certification tracks will be offered:


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Peter Hwang, Pastor, Korean Baptist Church of Philadelphia, Pa.


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Peter Hwang


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