Lying at the heart of the Sabbath experience, the weekly study experience and the mission experience is the study and time period known as Sabbath School. It was never supposed to be just a 1 hour slot in the church calendar that served a time filler before the main service but when done correctly it is the lifeblood of the church. Pastor Justin Kim takes us through the history of this institution, how it might have changed and what we need to do to get it back where it needs to be.
Assistant Director / Editor of SSPM at General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Pr. Justin Kim serves as an assistant director of Sabbath School & Personal Ministries and editor of the young adult inVerse Bible Study Guide for the General Conference World Headquarters of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He has also been an overseas missionary, local church pastor, and a department director for communications, men’s ministry, and campus ministries. Pr. Kim graduated from a Catholic high school; majored in sociology and biology at the Jewish Brandeis University; researched at Harvard Medical; studied theology and pastoral ministry at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary; preached in more than 30 countries; and is a friend of books and an enemy of cilantro. A husband to Rachel and father to Noah and Nathaniel, he is also the host of the inVerse telecast on Hope Channel (hopetv.org) and co-founder of GYC.