Missionary Kenneth Bae told his story in Seattle Pacific University’s chapel service on October 11. He then spoke with Response about his call to mission, how he kept faith during his imprisonment, and his hopes for the future.
“They call us first, because they know that the faith community makes a huge impact.”
“What do we want?” “Justice!” “When do we want it?” “Now!” The call and response echoes outside a LabCorp office 15 minutes north of San Diego, California, as about 100 workers and union members in yellow, orange, and purple T-shirts encircle the building. The mid-September sun beats down on the […]
Marissa Ukosakul-Witt imagined her future might be in international ministry. She came to Seattle Pacific University as a missionary kid, an international student, a dual Thai and U.S. citizen who grew up in Thailand. “I never thought I’d stay in the States,” she says. Then she encountered John Perkins. His […]