Annual Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership
Kindness and Organizational Leadership
Job 6:14 “Anyone who withholds kindness from a friend forsakes the fear of the Almighty.”
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”
Dr. Sung-Bae Chang (born June 12, 1962) is a professor of mission and evangelism at the Methodist Theological University in Seoul. Recently, he is serving the university as dean of External Affairs and director of International Relations. He is leading two institutes: Methodist Institute of Missiological Studies and M-Center. Also, he is the representative of Korea Haggai Alumni Association. His expertise includes missions, evangelism, missional leadership, and church planting and growth. He has authored three books on mission and missional leadership, and has written numerous articles.
Dr. Sung-Bae Chang started his ministry in 1986 planting a church nearby Seoul. He also served the Korean army as a chaplain for three years. Since coming to the Methodist Theological University in 1998, he has served The Korea Methodist Church in a variety of ways, leading lectures and seminars, training missionary candidates, consulting churches for the renewal and growth, and leadership building for pastors and lay persons.
D.Miss. United Theological Seminary, Dayton, OH, 1997.
M.Th., Methodist Theological University, Seoul, Korea, 1992.
B.Th., Methodist Theological University, Seoul, Korea, 1986.
- Kindness Is Not Nice: Christ's Mandate for Leaders to Be Kind, in Light of the Sacred Heart of God - MaryJo Burchard
Moderator: Doris Gomez
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