- President Young Joo Kim
- Seoul National University B.A in Fine Arts
- Cranbrook Academy of Arts, U.S.A M.A in Fine Arts
- 1983-89, 98-2004, 2010- present Vice President of the World Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WWCTU)
- 2002- President of the KWCTU
- 1973- 14 Solo exhibitions in the United States, France, and Korea. Member of the Christian Artists’ Association, Korean Artists’ Association
- 2002- Vice President of Daesung Group
- Vice President Jung Joo Kim
- Ewha Woman’s University B.A in English Literature
- Michigan University, U.S.A M.A in English Literature
- Asian Community Theological University M.A in Theological Studies and Missions
- Fuller Theological University M.A in Theological Studies and Missions
- Harvard University Th. D. in the New Testament
- 1990-2002 Secretary General of the KWCTU
- 1994-2014. Professor in Theology at Yonsei University
- 1992-1998, 2004-2010 Vice President of the World Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WWCTU)
- 2002-at present. Vice President of KWCTU
- 2003-at present. President of Daesung Holdings
About KWCTU’s Activity
Youth Temperance Council (Director Hyun Kyung Kim)
Home Protection Department (Director Duck Soon Lee)
Education Department (Professor Kyung Il Park)
Christian Outreach Department (Pastor Hye Kyung Kim)
Social Service Department (Director Kyung Ja Choi)
- The Indonesia Division began in 1997 as a women’s education movement. The Division was granted approval by the Indonesian government and is currently an official member of the WWCTU
- - Founder: Hyun Sook Lee
- - Advisor: Hyun Sook Lee
- - President: Mis. Lulu Andreas
- - Missionary work: Working on the evangelization of Indonesia
- - Fostering of Pastors:
- - Bible Study and prayer meetings: Regular meetings with pastors and theology students to continue the growth of strong faith
- - Women’s temperance movement: Education of the harms of alcohol, smoking, drugs, abortion to Christian woman at schools, villages, and work areas.
New Zealand Division(http://cafe.daum.net/nzkwctu)
- The New Zealand Division was founded on November 11, 2011 as a group of disciples holding weekly Bible study. The Division is focused on educating the harms of alcohol and smoking to the overseas Korean community in New Zealand for a life of temperance by holding temperance seminars at church camps and youth groups. In 2012, the Division helped found the Cambodian Division along with KWCTU.
- - President: Hyun Kyung Kim
- - Vice President: Young Ah Jung
- - Secretary: Brenda Suh
- - Scribe: Nan Ju Jung
- - Treasurer: Kyung Ok Kim
- - Marketing: Yejin Kim, Hyun Ah Kim
- Youth Temperance Council (Director Yejin Kim): Works to provide Bible Study, No Smoking and No Drinking Campaign for middle school and high school students
- Home Protection (Deaconess Baek Hwa Suh): Work with the WWCTU to prevent FAS through the temperance movement.
- Christian Education Department (Deaconess Suk Hwa Lim): The Department works to evangelize the locals with its teachings of the gospel.
- Social Service Department (Deaconess Bong Mi Kim): Provides support for those who are underprivileged.
- Loyal Temperance Legion (Director Eun Woo Kim): Developing and sharing programs for children.
- Homepage http://cafe.daum.net/nzkwctu
- The Australia Division was founded in 1994 with 12 members. With a slogan of “Protecting families and society from smoking and alcohol, and leading youth”, the Division is carrying out diverse temperance movements and activities .
- - President: Young Suk Paik
- - Music Missionary Work: Holds regular Christian worship concerts.
- - Campaign: Provides a temperance campaign targeting locals, as well as provide seminars on the need for no smoking and no drinking.
- - Missionary for Aboriginal locals: Works with local churches and missionaries to hold programs of worship, educate, and hold services over 4 days across Tingha, Grafton, Tarbulam, Tenterfield to aboriginal locals.
Cambodia Division (http://cafe.naver.com/lovewoorichurch/129)
- The Cambodia Division was founded in 2012 after Cambodian missionary Ji Chul Jung and Mi Ja Han visited a meeting with the New Zealand division and returned to Cambodia. In 2013, the Cambodian diplomat acted as an advisor and the Cambodian Division was officially registered as an NGO of Cambodia.
- - President: Mi Ja Han
- - Advisor: Mi Hye Lee
- - Service: Works to build churches in Cambodia and evangelize the local community.
- - Language Education: In order to prevent illiteracy in Cambodia, providing Korean schools and English classes.
- - Temperance Seminars: Currently visiting schools every month to hold seminars on the harms of alcohol, smoking, and drugs to youth.
- Homepage http://cafe.naver.com/lovewoorichurch/129
- The Senegal Division is located at 6802 Face Hamo, Scat Urbam Grand-Yoff, BP13121 Dakar SENEGAL Ecole Protestante John Wesley
- - President: Yang Jin Kim
- - Adolescents: Provides Sunday School and service for children in Senegal
- - Evangelization of Africa: Working for the evangelization of Africa and spread of Jesus Christ’s love through Senegal.
- - Spiritual instructor training: Working to foster workers in Christ by working with local churches.
- - Currently preparing temperance education and activities. In the process of translating temperance pamphlets into French.
- Guatemala Deborah Foundation: With support from WWCTU’s Norway, Korea, and other branches, the Foundation serves to give women and child victims of poverty, sexual assault, prostitution, family violence, and addiction hope through Jesus Christ in order to recover in faith.
- Vision: Help women living in tough situations a safe and peaceful life without alcohol, drugs, violence, prostitution through the teaching of the gospel and temperance movement.
- Mission: Reduce poverty, illiteracy rate, violence and addiction among women and children through proper healthcare, education, and training.
- - President: Dora Barientos
- - CADI: Center of Attention Development Infantile: Take care of children who are in extreme poverty and whose mothers have to work outside their homes.
- - Regular education: elementary education (2 year program), middle school (2 years, ages 15 and above) and high school (1 year, ages 18 and above) education for those who did not have a chance to finish their education.
- - Specialization education: Provide education for healthcare, addiction prevention, responsible parenting workshop, arts and craft, cooking, woven fabrics, clothe-making, beauty care, music, computer, English.
- - Healthcare: Workshops, campaigns, seminars by health experts about addiction prevention.
- Introduced by Nepal missionary M. Later participated the Norway World Convention with Nepalese students. Continued regular temperance education in Nepalese schools and in 2015 completed temperance organization.
- - President: M.
- - Student receiving training in Korea: Moses
- Working hard to visit students in missionary zones to evangelize and teach temperance. Focused efforts on aid after the Nepal earthquake.
- Missionary Jung Ah Son. Mumbai with husband and two sons. Receiving funding from KWCTU and suggestions on temperance movement.
- Receiving funding from KWCTU for churches, books, and resources through missionary Ae Kyung Kim and her husband. Currently researching the possibility of a KWCTU branch.
- Supporting missionary Geum Gon Kim’s drug rehabilitation school and church. Receiving funding from KWCTU and currently researching the possibility of a KWCTU branch.
- Providing temperance seminars to youth through missionaries Jae Chul Kim and Hyun Joo Ha.
- Providing temperance seminars to youth in the Wales countryside through missionaries Jae Yeon Yoo and Young Sook Chun.
- Providing temperance seminars to local youth in Tanzania through missionary Mi Kyung Lee.
- Providing temperance seminars to youth through missionaries Chun Hee Won and Nan Joo Kim. Visiting seminar by missionary Brenda Suh.