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Torch Trinity Center for Education & Ministry

The Torch Trinity Center for Education & Ministry (TTCEM) exists for the benefit of local churches. TTCEM opened in 2009 in order to equip others to reach and teach people for Jesus Christ. TTCEM serves


To train and teach Christian leaders in local churches.
To support leaders to carry out effective educational & discipleship ministries in churches by providing access to educational resources.
To publish practical and academic research resources and materials in support of Christian leaders.
To facilitate fellowship and share helpful information and insights by networking leaders.


For these purposes, TTCEM currently facilitates several projects. TTCEM hosts a networking seminar, English camp, a Christian education expert training program for church leaders & educators, and an annual conference. The Center plans to publish educational journals and books.


ACSI Teacher Certificate Program

Since TTGU became a Higher Education Approved Partner with Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) on August 4, 2014, Torch Trinity Center for Education and Ministry has been running “ACSI Teacher Certificate Program,” through which all TTGU students (including graduates) can obtain an ACSI authenticated professional teacher certificate, recognized by ACSI member schools (nearly 24,000 schools as of 2016) and Christian schools all over the world.

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Children’s Pastor’s Network Program
TTCEM holds a monthly Children's Pastor's Network seminar focusing on a different area of ministry each month. This is open to all Christian leaders, but is designed especially for children's pastors. We share helpful information and insights through this networking seminar.
Christian Education Expert Training Program
This program offers practical how-to information about running an effective Sunday school program. Topics include effective management of children's English worship service, biblical education for teachers, and systematic English teaching from infancy and childhood. This program combines theory and practice and helps pastors and teachers establish their ministries.
English Children’s Ministry Conference
TTCEM hold an annual English Children's Ministry Conference in the spring. The conference combines lectures and practice, led by leading pastors and scholars. By sharing, praying, and worshipping together, the participants are refreshed and encouraged for ministry. A book fair is held on-site so that participants can also buy books and resources for ministry
Global Kids Project- Summer Camp for Children
TTCEM holds a summer camp for children as part of the Global Kids Project. This program is designed to train the next generation of Christian leaders and to promote cultural exchanges and understanding between Korean and American students.
Future Ministry Plan, including Educational Studies Journal
TTCEM plans to publish educational journals and books through practical and academic research in support of Christian leaders in research and ministry. Plans are in development for future programs such as a TESOL program, spiritual discipline program, youth leadership program, and a parenting program.
Director : Hyun-Joo Oh (Ph.D., Biola University, Talbot School of Theology)
Associate Director : Sinai Chung (Ph.D., Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary)
Associate Director : Pastor Bok-Ae Park (Th.M., Torch Trinity Graduated University)
Assistant: In-jung Teresa Park (MA, Torch Trinity Graduate University)
Assistant : Kyeong-Bok Lee (Ph.D. student, Torch Trinity Graduate University)
                     l-Young Jeong (MACE, student, Torch Trinity Graduate University)
For more information, please contact TTCEM at 02)570-7565