Brian Kim

Brian (Byungsuk) Kim, D.Min.

Assistant Director for Korean Master of Divinity (KMDV)

Manager for KMDV Internship Program

 

Brian is a man of many talents - whether preaching, teaching, administrating, or leading worship. Brian is up early each morning to support his church through a daily prayer ministry, then divides his time between preparing for church services, teaching at Northwest, or translating for another professor. And when all this is done, he happily returns home to his wife and four children.

Education

  • D.Min. Northwest Baptist Seminary, 2019
  • M.A. in Biblical Studies, Trinity Western University, in process
  • M.Th. in Old Testament (Psalms), Sungkyul University, Anyang, Korea, 2004
  • M.Div. Sungkyul University, Anyang, Korea, 2002
  • B.Th. Sungkyul University, Anyang, Korea, 1999

Courses Taught

  • INT 500Q Introduction and Orientation – The Spiritual Life of a Pastor
  • INT 501Q Pastor and Organizational Leadership
  • INT 502Q Pastor and People
  • INT 503Q Pastor and Communication
  • INT 504Q Pastor and Discipleship
  • INT 505Q Pastor and Practical Issues
  • CCM 643Q World Faith and Ways of Religions
  • CCM 660Q Dynamics of Cross-Cultural Leadership
  • CCM 663Q History of Non-Western Church
  • PTH 600Q DS Pastoral Formation
  • PTH 603Q DS Integrative Preaching
  • PTH 605Q DS Pastoral Counseling
  • CMI 591 Biblical Leadership in Intercultural Contexts
  • CMI 592 Biblical Theology of Christian Missions
  • Dissertation Committee Member & Examiner of Korean Doctor of Ministry
  • IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory) Seminar & Interview, Licensed Lecturer

Professional

  • Lead Pastor, Vancouver Alive Church, Burnaby, BC
  • Associate Pastor, Vancouver Onnuri Church, Langley, BC
  • Associate Pastor, The Church of the Sent, Fort Langley, BC
  • Pastoral Ordination, Sungkyul Denomination, Fort Langley, BC
  • Assistant Pastor, Charmjoeun Community Church, Bucheon, Korea

Interests

  • Biblical Studies, Practical Theology (Preaching/Counseling/Leadership), Christian Ethics
  • Family, walking, reading, and music

 

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