What you have heard from me in the presence of many witnesses entrust to faithful men, who will be able to teach others also. — 2 Timothy 2:2
Rev. Jae Yoo was born and raised in Korea. He is ordained in the Presbyterian Church of America. He is currently a member in the Hapdong General Assembly of Presbyterian Church in Korea. He received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry in Intercultural Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi in the States. Prior to coming to Seoul in November 2008 for the Covenant Church Plant, Rev. Yoo had served at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Jackson, Mississippi as a Missions Pastor. His career also includes working at a company in Seoul for several years and running an educational business for about ten years prior to his call to a full-time ministry. Rev. Yoo is married to Hannah and they have two children, a daughter and a son.
Jonathan Foster is from the USA. He hails from Wisconsin and has lived in Korea since 2007. Currently, he teaches at a university in northern Seoul. He enjoys reading theology books and working on cars. He is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia PA, USA.
Donald Keddie was born in the United States and spent his childhood in Scotland before returning to Pennsylvania. He first came to Korea in 2002. Currently he is both a teacher at Kookmin University and a doctoral candidate in Politics at the University of Dallas.
Tim and his wife Kristin moved to Seoul in the fall of 2009 and became members of Covenant Church shortly after. They have 3 boys and a foster daughter whom they are in the process of adopting. The family enjoys being active and adventurous, cycling, camping, and exploring. Tim is an avid triathlete and is the aquatics director at an international school in Incheon.
Dan Nelson and his wife Reba moved to Seoul in 2014 from Minnesota. Dan teaches theology and philosophy for a local international high school. He enjoys making coffee almost more than drinking it, walking long distances, spinning vinyl, and watching movies loosely based on true events with his wife.
Don Baker arrived in Korea in 2014 and married his wife in 2016. The two of them enjoy tracking down tea from East Asia and depending on them through the cold winters. He is an English teacher to amazing students by day and currently obtaining a Master of Divinity through Knox Theological Seminary by evening.