HYUN HUR, Co-Director:  Born in Suwon, Korea, Hyun knew he was called to full time ministry in his teens. While studying at Korean Baptist University in 1988, he was introduced to Anabaptism and identified with the 16th century Anabaptists and their radical commitment to Jesus that faithfully followed the spirit of the early church. Hyun’s Anabaptist convictions deepened while pursuing a Masters degree at Fuller Theological Seminary under Dr. Wilbert Shenk who was a Mennonite. Hyun believed that the Mennonites, who are seriously committed to their Anabaptist roots and have practiced the core values of discipleship, community, and peacemaking for the last 500 years, could offer an alternative and refreshing perspective to Korean Christianity.  Specialization: conflict transformation, restorative justice, shalom theology, trauma and resilience




Kaz Enomoto has served over ten years in Tokyo as a Mennonite Mission Network worker.  He translated the book "The Naked Anabaptist" by Stuart Murray into Japanese.

Hannah Heinzekehr is the Executive Director of  The Mennonite, Inc. Formerly she served as the director of communications and convention planning coordinator for Mennonite Church USA.  Prior to that role, she worked in church relations and communication for Mennonite Mission Network.

Joyce Hiendarto is the Director of Communications Urbana Missions Conference and formerly the Executive Director of Communications and Marketing for Fuller Theological Seminary.

Gyedo Jeon is a Korean Mennonite lay leader. He is also the Technical Director at Dreamworks Animation.

Jeehye Kim  is a Marriage and Family Therapist serving the Korean American community.

Anna Lee is the founder of Okki Tokki, an online retail store for children's clothing. She was formerly the Director of Mobile, Social, and Innovation Ad Solutions and Strategy for Yahoo.  

Kyoungseok Oh served as a pastor of a Korean immigrant church in Phoenix, AZ.  In Los Angeles, he has been exploring ways to create an alternative space for people wanting to engage in Christian faith and life more deeply and authentically.

Joe Roos was a co-founder of Sojourners magazine and served as Publisher and Managing Director for 27 years. He is now a retired pastor ordained in the Mennonite Church USA. Joe currently serves on the board of Pacific Southwest Mennonite Conference.

Kyunglan Suh teaches at Bethesda University and Fuller Theological Seminary.  She is the Executive Director of Accompany Worldwide.




SUE PARK-HUR, Co-Director:  Sue is a Korean American born in Seoul, but raised in Los Angeles since she was eight.  One of the pivotal points in her life was witnessing the Rodney King Riots in LA while she was a sophomore at UCLA.  The racial, social, and economic tensions in the city were cries for the work of reconciliation. This experience helped Sue to understand the crucial role the church can play in the work of God reconciling the world to Himself.  Afterwards, Sue completed her Masters degree at Wheaton College, where she studied spiritual formation and intercultural studies. Specialization: intercultural competency, undoing racism, trauma and resilience, restorative parenting and education, inter-generational communication