It is a well-known fact
that the late Rev. Amos S. Rhee had a passion for missions work. He
faithfully ministered to God's people day and night in the church but
also having a special vision for overseas missions. As he traveled to
different parts of the world, he saw the desperate need of Jesus
Christ in peoples lives. He always put his ministry before himself,
even before his own health. It was upon his return from visiting the
mission field in Southeast Asia where he became ill. However, even
when he was ill he insisted on going to Africa to meet with the
missionaries and to encourage and support the work being done there.
His desire was to continue to engage himself toward the work in world
missions despite his illness.
he is no longer with us, the spirit in which he devoted his life to
the spreading of the gospel of Jesus Christ still lives on. We would
like to believe that he gave his own life as a grain of wheat, which
dies in order that more grain would be produced.
When his death finally
became chillingly real, there was one thing we believed that would
help continue the legacy of the vision for missions, which consumed
the late Rev. Amos Rhee.
Thus the creation of the
Amos World Mission Foundation. We would also like to ask you to
financially support this organization, which is committed to bringing
the gospel of Jesus Christ to all the world. Won't you please help
support in this life-sharing venture and keep the vision for missions
These are some of the
planned ministries in the future:
* Build an Amos S. Rhee memorial church
in the mission field to better serve the missionaries and the local
providing missions training school and
other missions related ministries.
* Provide financial support to
missionaries and missionary candidates.
* Provide financial support for the
education of the children of the missionaries.
* Provide seminars to help develop
spiritual leadership in mission fields.
* Publish Amos S. Rhee sermon resources
and provide audio & video sermon tapes.
In His Name,
Ick Hwa, Eugene, & Enoch Rhee