GKYM Seoul – Dec. 26-28, 2013

GKYM is hosting a missions conference this week in Seoul. In previous years, GKYM has hosted conferences for predominantly Korean-American young adults in San Diego, Chicago, Niagara Falls, and Rochester. Previous speakers have included John Piper, Loren Cunningham, Henry Blackaby, Min Chung, and Jim-Bob Park. This year’s conference in Korea will be GKYM’s seventh and will coincide with a GKYM conference being held in Rochester, NY at the same time.

GKYM stands for Global Kingdom Young-Adult Missions. Ironically the conference in Korea expects to be much more diverse than the one in America where GKYM is still known as Global Korean Young-Adult Mission. The conference hopes to gather over 3,000 young people in Seoul to be challenged to go out and fulfill the Great Commission.

There will be a multitude of featured speakers at this year’s GKYM Seoul Conference including Pastor Christian (Thursday evening)!


Eugene Cho
Lead Pastor | Quest Church (Seattle)

Eddie Byun
Lead Pastor | OEM

Daniel Kim
Lead Pastor | Hallelujah Church

Hyun Soo Lim
Lead Pastor | Light Church (Canada)

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Also, there will also be held a GKYM Youth conference held at the same time, where Pastor Erin will be ministering Friday night! If you know of English-speaking middle and high schoolers, be sure to spread the word!

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To stay up to date about the conference as the date approaches, check out GKYM Seoul’s Webpage or visit GKYM Seoul’s facebook page.

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Worship at the GKYM-Chicago Conference 2012 (photo courtesy of GKYM).

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