Raise Your Support

Ideas, Inspiration, and Tools for Christian Workers Who Raise Ministry Support

Thursday, 31 July 2014 00:00

Do the Word: Pastor Eric Foley

Written by
Rate this item
(0 votes)

eric-foley-2The Reverend Eric Foley is CEO and Co-Founder, with his wife Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, of Seoul USA, a multinational, multicultural ministry supporting the work of the indigenous underground church in North Korea and the spreading of historic underground Christian discipleship practices worldwide.

Pastor Foley is a much sought after speaker, analyst, and project consultant on the North Korean underground church, North Korean defectors, and underground church discipleship. He and Dr. Foley oversee a far-flung staff in the US and across Asia that is working to help North Koreans and Christians everywhere grow to fullness in Christ.

He is also the Dean of Underground University, a missionary training college for North Koreans. He is committed to equipping North Korean church leaders for comprehensive underground Christian service.

Pastor Foley oversees .W (which stands for DOTW, or Doers Of The Word) discipleship training programs in Colorado Springs, Colorado and Seoul, Korea. Over the past twenty years he has helped more than 1,300 churches and Christian NGOs learn how to build volunteer and giving programs.

Most recently, he has focused on teaching Christians in countries with freedom of religion how to adopt the discipleship practices of the North Korean underground church.

Read 5763 times Last modified on Thursday, 31 July 2014 14:56
John Muehleisen

John Muehleisen is the regional strategist for World Gospel Mission in Africa.

He loves to help ministry teams clarify their "wildly important goals" and then connect those teams to the training, networks, people, and resources they need to execute their strategy.

In addition, he is the Transformational Training Coordinator for WGM in Africa.

He and his wife Beth currently live in Kampala, Uganda.  They have two adult daughters who were raised in Nairobi where they lived for almost 20 years prior to moving to Uganda in 2007.