Suk-Woon Lee

Suk-Woon Lee was pastor of Siloam Evangelical Ministry in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He committed to Christ while serving a sentence for second-degree murder and began training for ministry in prison. He founded Siloam in 1987 in response to the needs he felt along with other parolees upon limited release from prison. When faced with deportation to Korea at the end of his parole term, Lee disappeared, but Siloam Mission remains providing much needed shelter and and support to people in the Winnipeg community.

Information compiled from https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/a-murderers-legacy-of-love-44147...

Works by this author

Language: English

Herald of Holiness - December 1, 1988

William E. McCumber
M. H. Rozzell
C. Neil Strait
Morris Chalfant
W. Thomas Umbel
Nina Beegle
Jo Harvey
John F. Hay
Suk-Woon Lee
Carole L. Spengler
Ann Womack Lundberg
William Goodman
Jerald Johnson
Dorothy Tarrant
Karen Bird
Earl G. Lee
Cindy L. Evans
Lois Blanchard Eades
Richard A. Miller
Connie Unknown
A globe with a bible superimposed on it.
Where Chaos Causes Rejoicing/ The Nature of Things/ Guidance for Stargazers/ Church of the Nazarene

ARTICLES
4 The Measure of the Stature of Christ, M. H. Rozzell
5 Advent, C. Neil Strait
6 The Hopefulness of the Advent Season, Morris Chalfant
7 Family Tree: Cracked Limbs And Bruised Fruit, W. Thomas Umbel
10 Where Chaos Causes Rejoicing, Nina E. Beegle
11 A Bible Falling Apart, Jo Harvey
12 The Nature of Things, John F. Hay
14 A Prisoner Organized a Mission, Suk-Woon Lee
15 Restitution - God’s Persistence and Man’s Obedience, Carole L. Spengler
18 “Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep…”, Ann Womack Lundberg

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