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The development activities of the Yoido Full Gospel Church in Cambodia are examined by Hui-yeon Kim.
Yoido Full Gospel Church Lee Young Hoon, the senior pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church, was invited to be one of the main speakers at a prayer meeting in Jerusalem for this event on June 6-7.
Yoido Full Gospel Church operates like a franchise and has more than a million members in affiliate churches all over the country.
Six to eight times more people attend the Yoido Full Gospel Church overseen by Yong Cho in Seoul, South Korea, than the total that worshipped in Canada's 10 largest churches combined.
"The Resolution of Han and Church Growth: A Study on the Pentecostal Experience of the Yoido Full Gospel Church in Korea."
The detail is sometimes disturbing: why mention in the case of Korea the names and years of arrival of 19th century missionaries and not the name of David Yonggi Cho and his 20th century's Yoido Full Gospel Church, the largest single congregation in the world with 800,000 members?
Hwa Yung presents one of the most challenging phenomena not only in Asia but also in world Christianity, namely, the rise of the Pentecostal and Evangelical Churches (e.g., David Yong-Gi Cho's Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul) and their theologies, especially of mission.
The outstanding example of Korean Christianity catering to the shamanic tendencies of the traditional belief system is the Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, the world's largest church, with more than seven hundred thousand members today.
Yoido Full Gospel Church in Seoul, Korea, with a congregation of 800,000, is the world's largest church affiliated with the Assemblies of God.
At first I thought his brother was working and living in Korea; however, the person he had mentioned was the former pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church (YFGC), David Yonggi Cho (1936-).
Yong-gi Hong, Pentecostal scholar and newly appointed senior executive for the mission work of the Yoido Full Gospel Church in Korea, shows the ambivalence of the Korean mega-churches in that they seem to adapt fully to modernity in their institutional life (what he calls their "Mcdonaldization"), but at the same time maintain a resistance against modem rationality through their important charismatic dynamism.