Published On: July 19, 2021196 words1 min read

This week we visit with Pastor Paul Park born in South Korea and now a lead pastor of a large evangelical congregation in British Columbia, Pastor Paul shares a biblical perspective on racism. If we are all created in the image of God what does that mean in respect to how we treat each other, value each other, show each other dignity and even respond to past wrongs? Let this conversation deepen your thoughts on our responsibility for others.


Who’s Our Guest?

Paul Park

Paul lives in Tsawwassen, BC with his beautiful wife Sarah and two children–Nathan and Christianne, while serving as a pastor at South Delta Baptist Church. He was born in Seoul, South Korea, and his family moved to Vancouver when he was very young. Paul has lived in Seoul, Atlanta, Tampa Bay, and several different cities in the Lower Mainland. Having moved around so many times, and having cross-cultural ministry experience with First Nations, Koreans, Chinese, and other cultures, he has learned the beauty and challenge of serving in a multicultural city. Paul is passionate about Jesus, he loves preaching God’s word, and he loves sharing life with his family and his church.


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