L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Edification, and Development) is a 6-week summer program to recruit, train and develop servant leaders. The L.E.A.D. program was born out of the vision for “One More”, that is for each of us to bring one more life for the Gospel. We are challenging you to bring one more friend, and for each servant-leader to reproduce one more. Christ Central wants to double our servant-leaders, but we want to double it with trained, developed and healthy servant-leaders.


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L.E.A.D. Program Structure


Is the Bible Boring:
Reading and Enjoying the Word of God
Rev. Joel Kim
July 6th

The Gospel for the Minister:
Staying Spiritually Healthy while Doing Ministry
Rev. Owen Lee
July 13th


Valuing the Gift of Life:
An Ethic of Gratitude, Service, and Hope
Dr. David VanDrunen
July 20th

July 27th


Interpersonal Conflict:
Identifying Pain Triggers and Negative Coping Patterns as well as Learning Healthier Ways of Engagement and Communication
Migum Gweon, MFT
August 3rd

Ministry for the Long Haul:
Lessons Learned as a Pastor, Elder, and Professor
Dr. Julius Kim
August 10th


Answering the Deepest Questions Millennials are Asking
Rev. Peter Trautmann
August 17th



Rev. Joel Kim is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and he currently teaches New Testament at Westminster Seminary California. He and his wife, Sharon, have two children and live in Escondido, CA.

Rev. Owen Lee serves as the senior pastor for Christ Central Presbyterian Church in Centreville, VA. He received his BA in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley and his Masters of Divinity from Westminster Seminary, CA. He is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church in America. He is married to Margaret, and they have 3 kids together- Abby, Caleb, and Lizzy. Before moving to Virginia, he planted and pastored a church in SoCal for nearly 10 years.

David Vandrunen, JD, PHD is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church and is the Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics at Westminster Seminary California, where he has taught since 2001. Formerly he was a pastor at Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Hanover Park, IL. He is the author or editor of ten books, including Bioethics and the Christian Life: A Guide to Making Difficult Decisions.

Migum Gweon, MFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a core faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she is the Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Marriage and Family. Before Migum became a therapist, she was trained as a classical pianist, worked in investment banking as a Supervisory Analyst, served as a high school youth group pastor, and worked with college students as an InterVarsity staff member. Migum brings together the skills and experiences gained in these other careers to enhance and enrich therapy. She is passionate about promoting emotional and relational healing. Migum received a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Oberlin College and Conservatory. Migum has an 11-yr- old son and enjoys going deep-sea fishing with him.

Dr. Julius J. Kim is the Dean of Students and Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Seminary California, where he teaches courses in homiletics, cross-cultural missions, and the history of preaching. He is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church in America and serves as an Associate Pastor at New Life Presbyterian Church in Escondido, CA. He is the author of several books and articles, including a new preaching textbook from Zondervan/Harper-Collins entitled, Preaching the Whole Counsel of God: Design and Deliver Gospel-Centered Sermons. He has also contributed to several study Bibles, including the Gospel Transformation Bible from Crossway Publishing. Prior to taking his current position at Westminster, he taught communications at Trinity International University, church history at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and was a Visiting Scholar at both Cambridge University in England and Torch Trinity Graduate School of Theology in Korea. He has served on several boards, including Covenant College, the Cambridge School, and Peacemaker Ministries. He currently serves on the Council for The Gospel Coalition. Dr. Kim and his wife Ji Hee reside in Escondido with their two daughters, Emma and Phoebe.

Peter Trautmann currently serves as the New York City Collegiate Director for The Navigators, an organization in over 100 countries that raises up leaders for the local church by transforming lives through life-to-life disciple-making. He attended New York University (B.A., History and German) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div., emphasis in Missions and Evangelism), where he met and befriended Harold Kim (emphasis in hilarity and KBBQ). He has worked in college ministry for over 18 years, loving the challenge and opportunity of reaching and discipling the next generation in the gospel of Jesus. He has a special heart for the Kingdom’s advance in East Asia, and has full-summer mission experiences in Mongolia, India, Japan and China, and this July, 2017, will be serving with students and his family in Vietnam. He and his lovely wife Amanda have been married for ten years and they have three rambunctious boys between the ages of 3 and 7. Peter measures 6-foot-7-inches tall, and when asked if he plays basketball, often responds, “Yes, and do you play miniature golf?”



Discovering God’s Good Promises

Ages 2-5th grade

Children’s Director: Zenia Kim
Email: zenia.an@gmail.com


Zenia Kim is a graduate of Biola University and Talbot Theological Seminary where she earned her Bachelors in Liberal Studies (emphasis in Elementary Education) and Masters in Christian Education. She has been serving in local churches, specifically preschool and elementary ministries for the past 7 years. She is passionate about teaching Christian Education to young children and supporting children's ministry volunteers to be the best teachers they can be. She currently does administration at the University of Los Angeles, California, and is happily and newly married to her husband, Yong.

*Due to limited space, registration is NOW CLOSED

Weekly Cost: 1st Child - $5, 2 Siblings - $8, 3 or more Siblings - $10 (max) 



Grades 6-12

For more information, please contact Andrew Wang at andrew@christcentralsc.com