BS, California State University
MDiv, Southern California Seminary
MA, Fuller Theological Seminary
PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary
◎ Biographical Information
Peter Kang was born in Korea but immigrated to Brazil as a coffee farmer in 1963 and finally immigrating to the U.S. in 1969. His family was among the first Koreans to ever arrive in Brazil. He later came to the US, residing in Colorado and Chicago, before settling with his parents in California in 1973. His father and family friends planted Young Nak Presbyterian Church of Los Angeles in the early 1970s.
Peter studied finance and accounting, becoming a CFO and CEO, and has been in banking industry for thirty years. He came to Christ at the age of eighteen during a choir retreat at the church. He loves all sports and has been married to Christina for twenty eight years. Christina also went to Brazil in 1966 but moved to U.S. in 1977 to attend Julliard School of Music, where she studied orchestral conducting.
After marrying Peter, they both committed their lives to ministry and have now traveled to over forty countries for missions. They are both ordained and are family ministers at All Nations Church of LA (Onnuri Church of LA). They specialize in family counseling, family therapy, pastoral and missionary counseling and leadership development. They both received their PhDs from Fuller Theological Seminary.
Kang is an Adjunct Professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, and Dean of Family Studies and Mission at Juarez Seminary, Mexico.
Peter Kang has researched on Inner Healing for Korean American Families
and Dr. Christina Kang has researched on Korean American Leadership
also serves as Professor of Leadership at Juarez Seminary in Mexico. Dr.Peter and Christina Kang both speak English, Portuguese, Spanish and Korean.
They have two wonderful children; Matthew is a banker and a food journalist as hobby and Michelle currently attends college.
◎ Courses Taught
MB508/608, MK763 Human Sexuality, Culture, and Ministry
◎ Research Works
2006 Dissertation Title: “Devoloping An Approach to Inner
Healing for Korean American Families” Fuller Theological Seminary
2007 Book Translation: “Appropriate Christianity”
by Charles Kraft at Life Press, Seoul , Korea
2008 Book Writing in Progress: “Turn Your Family Around”
“After Engagement; Commitment to marriage”
“Cross Cultural Validity of Inner healing” Counseling with Power”