REVEREND DOCTOR HAEMIN LEE, TRANSITIONAL PASTOR
Haemin was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. Ever since he was little, Haemin has always wanted to participate in God’s mission by sharing the love of Jesus Christ in both word and deed. He completed his B.A. at Yonsei University, which was founded by Horace Underwood, an American Presbyterian missionary. During his college years, Haemin had an opportunity to serve in England and Belgium through Operation Mobilization. In the midst of reaching out to Muslim neighbors with Christians from all over the world, he felt a strong call to serve God on a global scale.
To be better equipped to serve the Lord, Haemin came to the U.S. in 2002 and earned advanced degrees from Harvard (M.Div.) and Emory (Th.M; Ph.D) with a special focus on Christian Mission, Intercultural Studies, and International Development. Haemin was ordained in 2007 as a Presbyterian minister and has served in various ministry areas including congregational ministry, hospital chaplaincy, and homeless ministry. Also, he engaged in international evangelism and development mission through Food for the Hungry International Korea. Haemin has traveled to more than 100 different countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America in which he oversaw numerous mission programs and taught at Kumi University in Uganda. Previously, Haemin served as Associate Director for Frontier Fellowship, Coordinator/Catalyst of International Evangelism at the national headquarters of Presbyterian Mission Agency and Pastor of Outreach and Mission at Generations Christian Church. Haemin met his wife, Nicole, in South Africa when she was performing mission work in Tanzania. They recently welcomed a baby daughter, Katie.
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