Pastor Kwon JohngHaeng started his ministry in 1983 with planting a church in Gwachun, Korea. He has pastored churches in Korea and in the United States. While pastoring in Chicago, he was called by the Korean Union Conference to go to the Philippines to train young missionaries at the 1000 Missionary Movement in 1994.
He had preached the Everlasting Gospel from 1992 to 2000 on the radio in several cities in the United States. He is proclaiming the gospel also through his web-site, Everlasting Gospel Worldwide (www.egw.org), since 1998.
For a short time he has served as conference Evangelist for the West Central Korean Conference. In May, 2000, he was called by the Korean Union Conference to serve as the first director of the Foreign Missions department which was established in that year and also as the director of Stewardship Ministries and Trust Services. He has been serving in the Northern Asia-Pacific Division since July 1st, 2003 as a departmental director. His current responsibilities in the division are director of Adventist Mission Office and Stewardship Ministries Department, and curator of NSD Mission Museum.
His wife, Kim YoungSook also theology majored enjoys flower arranging, serves Seoul Central Church as Sabbath School leader, and works for NSD as office assistant for Pioneer Mission Movement. His eldest son, M'Young is ministering Rosemead Korean Church in California as associate pastor. His younger son, Beett is studying Theology in the Seventh-day Adventist Seminary at Andrews University and serving as English Ministry pastor for Detroit Korean Church in Michigan.
Whenever he is asked what his hobbies are, he answers without hesitance that they are visiting missionaries, holding prophecy seminars and distributing tracts.