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New students 2018

Singing of whole PIS students https://youtu.be/LkaI0Nwv58k   Evangelism at outdoor
Congratulation & Graduation Speech

Graduation Speech for PIS Nagaland India  April 13, 2018  https://youtu.be/aIxppdd5vmM   Hello everyone! My name is Byeong, from Korea. Well, I am sorry that I am not to be there with you. Sorry about it. —- First, congratulation to the students…
Timeframe of Lay Pastors Ministry

The clue of this writing came from the book, “God dreams” (by Will Mancini). It says there are four grounds of ministry, then he made time frame of those grounds, so I caught this insight to the Lay Pastors Ministry:…
Institue & School

We, LPM Korea Institute had started in July 1999, because our founding members said this name Institute is very proper for our job, so we thought our organization exists for both: 1) study LPM and 2) help churches. There were…
Essence of Lay Pastors Ministry

What is the essence of this ministry? I think the first one is personal growth and sense of accomplishment. Of course to fulfill of Divine’s call is important too. Let me talk of LPMI USA’s board members. They are still…
Conferences in Korea

Conference is important event in the Lay Pastors Ministry. I have begun to attend International conferences in the States since 2000. LPMI USA hold conference every other year, the end of April, since they have started this ministry 30 years…
Commitments

I think there are some stages of commitment for the longevity. First of all there should be something special case, incident, or strong feeling inside something to do. For me the latter one was there. Something very strong feeling in…
Dear Friends, (from TomCorbell)

You do know that from time-to-time people get confused. Let me share a story with you. A young preacher was asked by the local funeral director to hold a graveside burial service at a small local cemetery for someone with…
Dear Lay Ministry Enthusiasts (Melvin)

My office needed straightening. Stacks of unorganized papers, some in manila folders, Scribbled notes on yellow-pads, piles of periodicals, unfilled emails, etc, etc. You’ve faced similar challenges. An article ripped out of a Ladies Home Journal escaped the recycle box…