August 23, 2014

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JAMA – New Awakening Conference – July 6th-9th 2011 Pennsylvania Convention Center

(By Rev. David Chae) What is JAMA? People often ask. It stands for Jesus Awakening Movement for America (and All Nations). JAMA was birthed out of an unassuming prayer meeting, back in 1993. A handful of Americans with Korean Heritage (as Dr. John C. Kim, Founder and President of JAMA says) gathered, challenged by 2 Chronicles 7:14, to pray.
“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (NIV).

It has been 18 years since the first band of Intercessors sought and cried out to God. Dr. John C. Kim, consumed with the vision of all Americans praying for repentance, renewal and revival, embarked upon 12,000 miles in 42 days prayer tour across America in 1994. Then once again, gripped by the holy passion, prayerfully, often filled with tears, took yet another journey across America. This time for 173 days, covering more than 40,000 miles, compelled by God’s command, “Even now, declares the Lord, return to me with all your heart, with fasting and weeping and mourning. Rend your heart and not your garments. Return to the Lord your God, for He is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love, and He relents from sending calamity. Who knows? He may turn and relent and leave behind a blessing—grain offerings and drink offerings for the Lord your God.” (Joel 2:12-14). [Read more...]

Konnect Magazine Announces Distribution Partnership with the Korean Philadelphia Times

(By Moses Yoon) Konnect Magazine is proud to announce a partnership with the Korean Philadelphia Times. The Korean Philadelphia Times is a weekly newspaper that you can get free at the local Hmart and Assi supermarkets in the Philadelphia area. Also, many are located in Korean restaurants. Best of all, these weekly newspapers are free of cost to you. Just pick one up on a weekly basis.

Each week, you will be able to read a feature article or commentary that was release on the Konnect Magazine website.

This partnership fits in line with the vision of Konnect Magazine – to bridge the gap between the 1st and 2nd generation Koreans living in the United States in order for each generation to be able to understand one another better. [Read more...]

New Mercy Community Church Hosts its Fourth Annual Missions Madness Basketball Tournament

(By Kee Won Huh) Now that March Madness is nearing its end, it’s time to start thinking about a tournament y’all can actually participate in!  On May 7th, New Mercy Community Church (Hackensack, NJ) is hosting its annual Missions Madness basketball tournament to raise funds to support its missionaries.

Missions Madness is one of the largest basketball tournaments in the tri-state area.  Held at the famous George and Phyllis Rothman Center (a massive complex featuring four full-sized courts) [Read more...]

GracePoint Church Hosting the 2nd Annual aXis Speed Dating Event: March 26th 6-10pm

(By Jessica Hong) What a great word that also describes our faith in Jesus Christ? That our lives become centered around what Christ has done for us. That’s the desire of the 2nd-ever Axis Single’s Event in the greater Philadelphia area – to be centered on Jesus Christ and to continue to glorify Him in all that we do.

With more churches participating this year, the hope is to advance the ministry to young adults in the greater tri-state area by equipping them to live out of the gospel in their relationships. [Read more...]

A Personal Message from Dr. Michael Oh: The Everyday Tragedy of Japan

(By Michael Oh) As you all know, the most powerful earthquake in the history of Japan and the 5th most powerful earthquake recorded in the history of the world rocked the Sendai area on Friday and reverberated throughout Japan and even into Asia.  The tsunami even claimed life as far away as a California beach.

Reports are now coming out that half or more of an entire village of 17,000 people is missing.  Many are likely washed out to sea.

We’re thankful [Read more...]

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