PURPOSE OF CLF

“And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.” (Luke 24:47)

America began with the Gospel. The Puritans would build a chapel before building their own homes, and the schools they established educated their children on how to serve God. Starting from the late 18th century, America dispatched missionaries all over the world to preach the name of Jesus Christ. Now, however, doctrine and denomination divides modern American Christianity. Believers prefer to receive blessings to increase the quality of their own lives rather than sacrificing themselves for God or others. Our schools have prohibited the talk of God. In addition, our youths stop attending church after they graduate high school and they suffer because of problems such as drug abuse and suicide. Now is the time of change for the leadership of Christianity. When Christian leaders come together to focus solely on the Bible, putting aside both denomination and doctrine, then God will work in unimaginable ways and America will be renewed by the Word.

HISTORY OF CLF

JANUARY

  • Ethiopia CLF Conference (International Evangelical Church)
    500 Participants
56,596 pastors participated in CLF Conferences all over the world as of December

 

PARTICIPANTS BY CONTINENTS & REGIONS:

 

DECEMBER

  • Uganda New Year’s Eve CLF Conference (Mandela National Stadium)
    Approximately1,000 Participants
  • Dallas (US) CLF Conference
    Approximately 250 Participants
  • 4th Anniversary CLF Event and Joint Statement by Denomination Leaders in Kenya
  • CLF Meeting in Korea during second half of the year (Seoul SK Handball Stadium)
  • CLF in Mexico, Letters of Recommendation and Appreciation by 17 states churches and pastors’ association
  • Bolivia, Pastors’ Joint Statement
  • Peru, Pastors’ Joint Statement

 

NOVEMBER

  • Myanmar (Buddhist Country) CLF Meeting
    350 Participants
  • The 2nd Asia CLF Conference (Jeju Island)
    400 Participants
  • Busan World Christian Leaders Forum (Busan BEXCO
    Approximately 200 participants from 14 countries
  • Joint Statement of Declaration by pastors’ association in Peru

 

OCTOBER

  • World Christian Leaders Press Conference (Press Center in Korea)
    Christian Leaders from 27 countries
  • Joint Statement of Declaration by Christian Fellow Workers Association in Hong Kong

 

 SEPTEMBER

  • CLF Meeting in Brazil
    Approximately 3,000 pastors participants

 

AUGUST

  • New York CLF
    Approximately 140 Participants
  • Mexico CLF
    Approximately 700 Participants

 

JULY

  • The 5th CLF World Conference (Busan BEXCO, KOREA)
    Approximately 800 Christian leaders from 66 countries
  • Kenya CLF (Mahanaim College)
    Approximately 700 Participants

 

JUNE

  • Mexico CLF co-hosted by the Bible Society
    Approximately 160 Participants
  • Mongolia CLF and Educators’ Forum
  • Australia CLF Meeting
    70 Pastors Participated
  • Fiji CLF
    600 Methodist Pastors

 

APRIL

  • Europe CLF Meeting (Germany)
    Approximately 100 Participants
  • Philippines CLF (City of Tagum)
    Approximately 200 Participants

 

MARCH

  • Cambodia CLF(Phnom Penh)
    Approximately 300 Participants
  • New York CLF World Conference

 

JANUARY

  • World Christian Leaders Press Conference (Korea)
    Approximately 100 Pastors Participated

OCTOBER

  • 10/31: World Christian Leaders Forum on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
    Approximately 300 Participants from 19 Countries
  • 10/3: Christian Leaders Forum in Hong Kong (Asia Conference)
    1,150 Participants from 17 Countries

 

JULY

  • 7/3: World Christian Leaders Forum in Busan, Korea
    Approximately 400 Participants from 61 Countries

 

MARCH

  • 3/6-15: Start of World Christian Leaders Fellowship (CLF) in New York
    750 Participants from 46 Countries

CLF TESTIMONY

See what renowned Christian leaders say about the impact of CLF

Reverend Ock Soo Park has been a blessing to people worldwide. I thank God because of Reverend Park, who founded this ministry, and my prayer is that 2018 will be a year of restoration. God is going to open new doors for this wonderful ministry to win souls to the Kingdom.Arch Bishop Dr. Arthur Kitonga, Redeemed Gospel Church in Kenya


In 2009, the military government forced us to close our churches and we began to search for the DNA of the Methodist Church. Pastor Park has given us the very thing we were looking for. The message that our sins have been eternally forgiven is the very thing John Wesley was all about. He is bringing the church back to Jesus Christ.Rev. Dr. Tevita Nawadra Banivanua, President of the Methodist Church, Fiji

In every generation, God looks for a man to become His voice in his generation. Noah was the voice of repentance, Abraham was the voice of faith, and Moses was the voice of liberation. John Wesley and Martin Luther were voices of the Reformation. God has chosen Pastor Park as the voice that affirms salvation by God’s grace is real.Bishop Dr. Joseph Serwadda, Pastor of Victory Christian Center in Kampala, Uganda

I do ministry as a bishop of Evangeline Christian Baptists Church in Russia, but I had many conflicts in my heart about spiritual life. However, as I believed the eternal redemption through the CLF, I came to know accurately about the fact that the blood of Jesus washed away all my sins forever. We don’t unite through denominations or as being a leader, but we become one in Christ. I hope all people can receive grace and the gospel that is being preached here.Alekseev Oleg Bishop of Evangeline Christian Baptists Church, Russia


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