Park Family to South Korea

Park Family

The Park Family are missionaries to Korea.  They are headed to the field in April 2013 to plant a new church in Seoul, Korea!

From the Park’s latest letter:

We have been praying for the guidance of God for a place to start the work. The rent for a building is very high in Seoul, but Pastor Taepyung Lee, who is going work with us, called and told me that a building is available in Kang-nam (River South) district of Seoul for free of rent. Amazing! This is a very expensive area of the city of Seoul, and it is close to the Central Bus Terminal where most of the Express Buses from other place of the country come and go. It is the hub of Korean transportation system. Right at this strategic place the Lord has prepared a place for us to start the Church. Praise the Lord!!

Sending Church:

Riverview Baptist Church

Pastor John Paisley

4921 W. Wernett Rd. Pasco, WA 99301

(253) 547-2021

Support Address:

Global Independent Baptist Missions

602 Manco Rd. Lewisville, TX 75067

Physical Address: Mailing Address:

196 Sadang-dong Injong Apt#208

Dongjak-gu Seoul 156-090

Korea

E-mail: bpbbct@yahoo.com

Tel. Number: (253) 227-7114

82-10-5627-7114

 

 

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4 responses

  1. Kristina Straight | Reply

    Hi there,
    How are you? Hope this finds you both well. Just wanted to let you know we are praying for you. March is Missions month at
    our church, Salem Baptist Temple, Salem, Or. Each Sunday school class is to pick a country/missionary to put up in our room and decorate with that countries theme. You folks are our featured missionaries in my 1-3 grade Sunday School class. My husband, Tim and I had a Korean foreign exchange student several years ago and as a Thank you to us his aunt made and sent us both traditional Korean outfits. Are they called Hanbok? Is that the name for both the mens and womens traditional dress? In our Missions month, Pastor Brown has one Sunday he calls Missionary dress-up Sunday. So I wear my Hanbok.
    It was a pleasure to meet you when you came to our church last year. You took a picture of Tim, I and our four girls. I was also
    glad that our church took you on to support as regular missionaries, as we did not support any missionaries in the field of
    Korea.
    Your location of your church sounds like a great area and for free is always good. I was born in Seoul. Came to the States because I was adopted when I was a toddler. I don’t remember Seoul at all. But pictures I see on the computer of the city are amazing.
    Our oldest, Kennedy, who’s in the 5th grade, wanted me to let you know that she did a power point presentation of you and
    Korea for a Master’s Club project.
    Again praying for you. Let us know how more specifically we can pray. May God richly bless you!
    Kristina Straight

    1. Thank you for your comment sister, I have forwarded it to the Parks!

      -Pastor Dave

  2. Thank you for your comment sister, I have forwarded it to the Parks!

    -Pastor David Peterman

  3. Dear Sister Kristina.

    Thank you for your prayers, kind words and encouragement. I remember you and your family in Salem Baptist Temple. It is our great honor to be loved and prayed for as we go back to Korea. Our hearts desire is to please the Lord with preaching the Gospel of eternal salvation and leading lost souls to Him.
    We will continue to send your church our prayer letter. We have only two Sundays left in our deputation. We are very excited and grateful for this wonderful blessing. Please extend our love and appreciation to your Pastor and dear people at SBT. May God grant you all a wonderful Missions program in March!
    Thank you again and God bless!

    Brother Benjamin Park

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