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The Rev. Dr. Jean Kim, a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) pastor who founded 15 programs to support people experiencing homelessness, died in Everett, Washington, on July 3 at age 86.
A Tuesday statement signed by 110 U.S. organizations and more than 200 international groups calls on the Biden administration to suspend annual combined military exercises with South Korea in order to restart diplomacy with North Korea.
When many South Koreans think of their neighbors to the north, the phrases that come to mind are not so neighborly: “horned monsters” or “a demon to be removed,” writes the Rev. Moon-Sook Lee, who has held several ecumenical and Presbyterian posts in South Korea over the past three decades.
미국과 조선 민주주의 인민공화국(DPRK)의 정상 회담이 끝난 후, 세계교회협의회(WCC) 사무 총장 Olav Fykse Tveit은 하나님께 감사를 드리며 “중요한 첫 걸음에 대해 세계교회협의회는 이 지역의 평화롭고 안전한 미래를 향한 길에 서게 될 것”이라고 말했다.
After the United States (US) – Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) summit concluded, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr. Olav Fykse Tveit gave thanks to God for what he called ‘an important first step on the path to a more peaceful and secure future in the region.’
미국장로교회 한인교회 전국총회(NCKPC)는 오늘 한반도 평화와 통일에 관한 상황과 진행중인 협상에 관한 선언문을 발표했다.
The National Caucus of Korean Presbyterian Churches (NCKPC) today issued a declaration regarding the situation and ongoing negotiations regarding peace and reunification on the Korean Peninsula.
한국을 위한 장로교 평화 네트워크는 한반도 긴장을 완화하고 그 지역의 평화에 대한 희망을 제기 한 2018년 초반의 중요한 발전에 기뻐하고 있다.
The Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea rejoices at the significant developments during these first months of 2018 that have reduced tensions in the Korean Peninsula and raised hopes for peace in that region.
Against a backdrop of recent news events involving North Korea, members of an ecumenical delegation are reflecting on their recent trip to that country.