Teachers Needed in Seoul, South Korea

This week, the Center for Great Commission Studies advertised a call for three teachers and a chaplain in an international school in Seoul, South Korea. Here is a portion of the advert:

I am writing to you now with a request…We need strong education-minded missionaries here in Seoul…specifically an Elementary School Chaplain, an ES Physical Education teacher, an ES Reading Specialist, and an Education Technology Specialist for the coming 15-16 school year.

If you are interested in going, read the full post here.


Summer Reading List from the CGCS

From CGCS Associate Director Greg Mathias: “Summer is packed with travel and activity, but there is always a bit more time to decompress and read than during the rest of the year. In addition to preparing for the upcoming fall at SEBTS, here are some of the books on my reading list this summer.”

Read his list here.

Refugees: An Interview with World Relief Durham

Recently, Keelan Cook of the Center for Great Commission Studies interviewed Adam Clark, Director of World Relief Durham, an organization that seeks to help refugees resettle in the Triangle area. Here’s the intro to Keelan’s interview:

Last week I shared about the gospel opportunity many churches are missing. Refugees are settling into our cities and neighborhoods at an unprecedented rate, and that means peoples from the least reach places are becoming your neighbors. What is more, these new neighbors are not as hard to connect with as you might think.


Enter World Relief.


World Relief is one of many organizations across the nation that work with refugees to help them resettle and get connected to a community. In the Raleigh area, we are fortunate to have World Relief Durham as a friend and partner in ministry. I have asked Adam Clark, their new director to share with us about what they do and how your local church can get involved. The following is an interview with Adam.

Read the full interview here.