A three-week Spiritual Journey to Korea, including visits to many holy and historical sites in Korea such as the DMZ, Mt. Jiri, Bulkuksa, Juldusan, foreign missionaries cemetery, will run from July 26 through Aug. 18, 2012. Adult adoptee participants will home-stay with Korean Christian families in five cities, Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Jeonju and Jiri San.
Other activities include shopping and attending worship services and an inner healing seminar. Each participant will receive a full scholarship to cover this journey cost including a round-trip-airfare which would be over $5,000.
Eligible participants are Korean adoptees from ages 21 to 39 who have an open mind and open heart. The goal is to find the true-self in Christ; build a spiritual friendship with other adoptees; experience inner healing and personal journey.
The application deadline is March1, 2012. Get an application at www.kamcenter.org.
Please recommend candidates of the $5,000 scholarships of the Korean Adoptees Ministry (KAM) Center for the Spiritual Journey to Korea and Inner Healing Training.
KAM Center in partnership with Korean churches developed a three-week spiritual journey to Korea and inner healing training program in 2003 and has trained young Korean adoptees to become a leader like Moses or Esther who will change this country and the world by experiencing God’s agape love through the love of Korean Churches and Christian host families.
In 2011, Rev. Mi mi Kim recommended a 26 year old Koran adoptee for this program and sent me a letter after she observed the transformed young man. In her letter (see attached her letter), she said,
“Most importantly for him, the churches and homestay families in Korea served as real life examples of God’s agapé love and he was able to truly know and experience the Father heart of God.”
Contact Pastor Sung Chul Park at 651-645-5269 or [email protected]