In the audience, Korean parents filling nine tables each hunched over a list, pens and highlighters in hand, with the seriousness of bidders eyeing a prized work of art. 647, which read: "Son — 30 years old." A hushed sense of purpose and the cloying scent of air freshener hung in the room.Wearing color-coded and numbered name tags — red for daughters, blue for sons — the parents were there to tackle what one organizer called the biggest social issue facing the Korean immigrant community: Young men and women are too busy with their lives and careers to start a family."Seek, and ye shall find," Simon Jung, the night's emcee, told the crowd, citing Matthew 7:7. Then you have to seek, you have to find.":: Young people in the U. are choosing to marry later and later, many satisfied with dating well into their late 30s and 40s or living with a significant other without tying the knot.That has been a source of much heartburn for first-generation Korean immigrants, for whom getting their children settled in wedlock is the culmination of their obligation as parents.Jae-dong Kim, a gastroenterologist and Catholic deacon, came up with the idea for an event connecting parents with unmarried children six years ago, while marrying off the last of his four offspring.Welcome to Christians Online and may our Lord Jesus Christ protect you, keep you in good health, make you holy, and fill your life with good and happiness."I have met the women I am meant to be with on this site and we are getting married in July this year.You know they are there somewhere, but you just aren't meeting them! Countless Christians in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and all areas around Australia have enjoyed broadening their circle of Christian friends, beyond their Church alone.
For Grace Kim, the tension between religion and sexuality nearly led to death.She’s a very open person and she’s not interested in converting me or anything like that.She knows I’m an atheist, but she asked if I could come with her to church as just another place to go.Read some of our many letters and testimonials here.The Bible says "Let us love one another, for love comes from God.
For Grace Kim, the tension between religion and sexuality nearly led to death.
She’s a very open person and she’s not interested in converting me or anything like that.
She knows I’m an atheist, but she asked if I could come with her to church as just another place to go.
Read some of our many letters and testimonials here.
The Bible says "Let us love one another, for love comes from God.
That can be communicated even with pantomime, like the face you’d make when biting into food that should have been thrown out a long time ago.