Asian Ministries exists to encourage, recruit, develop and launch into exciting ministry opportunities across N. America. We also connect Asian leaders through relational peer networks to share best practices and similar ministry challeng
es. Our desire is move beyond relational connections, where Asian leaders have opportunities to exchange ideas and ministry methodologies, deepen personal leadership qualities, and to encourage and pray for one another. The final and most important purpose is to develop a foundation for a healthy ministry from the lens of Asian experience.
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Asian Ministries Team
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Rev. Gil Jun
Asian Ministries Leader
Gil has a passion for helping people to find the Heavenly Father and to have loving relationships with Him. As an ordained minister of Special Service in Pacific Southwest District of the Wesleyan Church, he has been a coordinator of the Korean Churches in the district. And also he has been involved in helping Korean pastors transfer to the Wesleyan Church by teaching classes of ‘Doctrine of Holiness’ and ‘Wesleyan Church History & Discipline’. He was originally ordained by Evangelical Holiness Church of America and transferred into the Wesleyan Church in 2004. As a result of his background, he has been a liaison to build a cooperative ministry relationship between the Wesleyan Church and the KEHC in International Conference of the Wesleyan Church. He recently translated “Holiness for Ordinary People”(by Dr. Keith Drury) into Korean and will be published in May, 2018. His passion is also in intercessory prayers. He prays with his team every Saturday morning at 6:00AM for a revival in Chino Valley in Southern California for the last 14 years.
Rev. Suk May Yei
Asian Ministries Leader
Suk May Yei was born and raised in Hong Kong under both Chinese and British culture. She worked in the Banking industry in Hong Kong then in New York City (NYC) for twenty-eight years before responding to God’s call for full-time ministry. She accepted Christ in her early years in NYC and served as the lay leader at her NYC home church (Multi-ethnic: Chinese, English and Spanish) for fourteen and a half years. After graduating from seminary, she served the Eastern Hills Wesleyan Chinese Church for two years. Suk May is now the Ministerial Intern serving as the Cross-Cultural Ministries Pastor at the Eastern Hills Wesleyan Church, focusing on Prayer, Discipleship and Connection for Chinese and people of different ethnicities in the name of Jesus.”