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David Choi: Korean Americans Have Unique Missions Opportunities (VIDEO)

Missions is one of the last things David Choi thought he would be doing. But as he traveled around the world and interacted with international in America David began to realize that God could use his unique position as a second-generation Korean American to help fulfill the Great Commission. Like Paul who God used among both the Romans and the Jews because of his unique position, David realized God could use him in unique ways as well.  

Watch as David talks about the doors that have opened for him around the world simply because he is both an English-speaking American and a second generation Korean-American. “I’m very ordinary, but redeemed by an extraordinary God.”

Tom Mills, Video Aug 11, 2020
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