Greetings from the Founder and the President

In obedience to the leading of God, I immigrated to the States in 1973. I founded the Logos Missions in 1976 to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the emerging Korean American immigrant community. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, Logos Missions started with the publication of The Korean Christian Journal to comfort and strengthen Korean American Christians.

From the start, the journey was filled with challenges, but the hand of God was with us to lead us to where we are now with four pillars of ministry; Logos Chapel, The Korean Christian Journal, Christian Mutual Med-Aid, and the Logos House.

In 1996, God impressed a Bible verse upon my heart, “your abundance at the present time should supply their need, so that their abundance may supply your need, that there may be fairness.” (2 Corinthians 8:14). After much prayer, God revealed the need for a healthcare sharing ministry within our Korean Christian community. As a result, CMM, Christian Mutual Med-Aid, was birthed.

As I look back on our journey of faith, I am reminded of the story of Jesus feeding the five thousand people in the Gospel of John. In the beginning, we were like a smoldering wick with only a few thousand dollars; however, by the grace of God, we have consistently grown for the past 25 years and are now one of the trusted Christian Healthcare sharing ministries in the country.

CMM members have been able to share tens of millions of dollars for medical expenses to date. God has been using the small amount of CMM Gifts as the five loaves of bread and two fish, to heal His people. For the time being, CMM members are eligible for exemption from the Affordable Care Act mandate because CMM is registered as a not-for-profit health care sharing ministry years before Affordable Care Act. Building upon 25 years of experience, we are committed to improving our ministry of prayer and service as an advocate for our members in healthcare needs.

Logos Missions now looks into the future and wants to build a legacy for the future generation of Korean American Christians who will continue to expand the Kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ here in the United States and all nations.

We are humbled by God's grace and eternally grateful for the river of Life that flows among us and through our ministry.

May God bless you in spirit and health today and always! All glory and honor to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!

Rev. Samuel D.W. Park