Listening to some of our fellow workers, there is one glaring need that many churches have overlooked. We have noticed that in the midst of the hectic church program, there is one thing that we have missed: discipleship.
Sure, there are Sunday Service, youth fellowship, sending mission, and the choir. All of them are important. However, a church cannot be sustained without its people. How can you expect the church to flourish while ignoring the very Great Commission that our Lord has given? That is why we realize there is a need to return to the core of discipleship. We need to be reminded why it needs to be done as well as how to do it.
Pastor Andrew Jun was a missionary that planted church in Indonesia. During some of the conversation we had together, we realized how he put so much emphasis in discipleship. He spends a lot with his disciples, creating many more who can be leaders themselves. We believe that we have a lot to learn from his journey and ministry.
We hope that many churches in Medan will be blessed through this session. Do spread out the word about this session.Speaker's Profile:
Pastor Andrew joined HMCC when he moved to Ann Arbor for graduate school in August 1998 after completing his undergraduate studies in Industrial Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Over the years, he grew a passion for missions and evangelism. He graduated in May 2007 from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School with a Masters of Divinity degree. Pastor Andrew met his wife, Nicole, at HMCC, and they were married in December 2006. Pastor Andrew and Nicole are currently serving as missionaries in Indonesia and are leading HMCC of Jakarta. His hobbies include bird watching, reading, watching DVDs, and spending time with Nicole.