Chaplain Min Kim addresses press conference in Ukraine (2017). Photo: Mykola Tis / ZIK

We are delighted to announce that Rev. Min Kim of St Albert, AB, has accepted a call to serve as Assistant Professor of Theology at CLTS. Rev. Kim will complete his current contract as chaplain in the Canadian Forces and take up the position in the summer of 2020.

Rev. Min Kim (48) is a native of Korea who moved to Canada in 1995. He is a graduate of Seoul Theological University (BA Theol. 1995) and Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines (MDiv, 2002). He is pursuing a ThD at Trinity College, University of Toronto, studying the theology of Luther.

Rev. Kim served as pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Beamsville, and St Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Smithville, ON (2002-05); pastor of Korean Lutheran Church, Toronto (2005-08); District Inter-Cultural Missionary for the Greater Toronto Area, (2008-09); and as a vacancy pastor of various congregations during his subsequent full-time graduate studies. Since 2014 he has been a chaplain in the Canadian Armed Forces, currently serving at CFB Edmonton. Rev. Kim is married to Kay, with whom he has two children (Paul, Gloria). In addition to Korean, he is fluent in English and competent in French.

We give thanks to God and pray for the blessing of His Spirit on Rev. Kim’s ongoing ministry.

One thought on “Rev. Min Kim Accepts Call as Assistant Professor

  1. Great news! Praise God! Now we just have to wait….

    Dan

    On Tue, 19 Mar 2019 at 16:55, Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary wrote:

    > ConcordiaStCatharines posted: ” We are delighted to announce that Rev. Min > Kim of St Albert, AB, has accepted a call to serve as Assistant Professor > of Theology at CLTS. Rev. Kim will complete his current contract as > chaplain in the Canadian Forces and take up the position in the su” >

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