Denver Seminary's Asian Initiative is led by Dr. Sung Wook Chung who serves as director of the program. For more information about its purpose, classes and seminars, and past events, please read below. For more information, please contact Dr. Chung.
Korean Lifelong Education Initiative (KLEI)
KLEI (Korean Lifelong Education Initiative) aims to develop pastoral and lay leadership among Korean Christians in metro Denver area.
KLEI will offer excellent opportunities for Korean pastors and lay leaders to be equipped thoroughly to serve the Lord's Kingdom and church more effectively.
Dr. Sung Wook Chung joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in 2005 and serves as Professor of Christian Theology and Director of the Asian Initiative. He also serves Kurios International, a global missional organization, as president and chair of the board. Contact Dr. Chung: 303.357.5853.
Classes & Seminars for Lay People
- Christian Apologetics Made Easy for Lay People
- Christian Theology Made Easy for Lay People
- Theology and Spirituality of the Cross
- Trinitarian Theology and Spirituality
- Lectures on Romans
- Lectures on Genesis
- Principles of Christian Leadership
- Principles of Christian Mission and Evangelism
Classes & Seminars for Pastors
- Mission and Immigration Ministry
- Spiritual Gifts and Immigration
- Ministry Healing
- Ministry in the Context of Immigration
- Ministry Principles of Christian Leadership
- Spiritual Formation and Immigration
- Ministry Principles of Christian Education
The Battle for Human Rights in North Korea: Is There Hope for Peaceful Change?
For over half a century North Korea has been an isolated and oppressive nation, ruled by the dictatorial Kim regime. Oscillating between economic sanctions and policies of détente, U.S. and U.N. foreign policy has failed to affect lasting change, leading to a sense of hopelessness and resignation within the international community. Yet, there is still hope for peaceful change in North Korea. What changes have occured in recent years which should give us hope for social and political transformation? What sets North Korea apart regarding human rights violations? What can and should we be doing about it?
On Friday April 6, 2018, guest speaker and North Korean expert, Dr. Suzanne Scholte, joined the Denver Seminary community to talk about the state North Korea and what the church can do about it. You can watch her address below.
View Other Past Events
Korean Cultural Festival
Saturday, May 16, 2009 11am-3pm - Presented by the Korean Academy of Colorado. (Dr. Sung Wook Chung, Trustee Sam Kim and Denver Seminary student Bruce Lee all serve on the board of the KAOC.) To see the flyer, click here (.jpg file).
zeroTB Information Night
Saturday, May 16, 2009 7-9pm - Sponsored by Denver Seminary's Korean Initiatives and Cherry Hills Community Church, this event is designed to raise awareness of tuberculosis in efforts to eradicate the TB epidemic from the whole world. To see the flyer, click here (.pdf).