WHO WE ARE

About Us

OUR MISSION

We seek to train specialists in theological education to raise future ministers and leaders for the young churches in mission context.

OUR VALUES

GATE Institute’s values and emphases focus on core curriculum committed to confessional Reformed tradition, contextual learning, cross-cultural communication, and mission-minded partnership and network of the students, fellows, and scholars.

We are committed to fostering a learning environment in which students can explore theological ideas that relate to their contextual settings, ultimately encouraging them to develop a biblical understanding of our reality, history, and Scripture as theological educators.

OUR PROGRAMS

With the online platform, we seek to provide advanced and specialized seminary-level education by bringing courses taught by well-established scholars to the places where they are needed instead of having the students leave their places for further education.

Our programs promote academic and practical aspects of education within a learning community. We offer a solid curriculum committed to confessional Reformed tradition while emphasizing practical application that is relevant to each student’s own mission context. This learning experience takes place not individually but in cohorts of 12-15 students.

OUR TEAM

Principal

Dr. Steve Park

Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary

Steve Park is the senior pastor of Jubilee Presbyterian Church in West Norriton, Pennsylvania and an adjunct professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He is also a guest lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary (Washington D.C. Campus) and a visiting professor in Missions at Westminster Seminary California. His interests include the writings of C.S. Lewis, Korean church history, pastoral ministry with confessional integrity, and theological education in mission context. He is married to Eunmi and they have three sons and three grandchildren.
GATE-CH Academic Director

Dr. Grace Jang

Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary

GATE-KD Academic Director

Eunjin Kim

Th.M., Th.D. Candidate, Duke Divinity School
GATE-CH Academic Assistant

Shelly Park

M.Div., Westminster Theological Seminary