Mitchel is the Lead Pastor of Grace Community Church, a growing multi-ethnic church located between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, MD. As the son of Korean immigrants, Mitchel grew up in between different worlds, and he has been uniquely called and equipped to be a bridge-builder between the nations and the generations.
Mitchel earned his M.Div from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and his M.A. in Exegesis from Wheaton College. His ministry experiences range from preaching and leading ministry in Seoul, South Korea to Maryland, with stops in North Carolina, Virginia, and Chicagoland along the way.
Mitchel has spoken at various leadership gatherings from all over the world. He is passionate about helping missionaries, pastors, and other Christian leaders believe the Gospel they preach and experience the goodness and grace of God amidst the challenges and hardships of ministry life.
He enjoys connecting over sports, the outdoors, good food, and authentic conversations. He and his wife Sarah have five energetic children: Calvin, Noah, Benjamin, Beatrice, and Owen.
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My Latest Blog Posts
Poema – What Will God Do?
Week 1, Jan 2022 Happy New Year, Grace! I hope and pray that the Christmas
To Trick or Treat…that isn’t the question
After having skipped a year (thanks, COVID), parents and children are venturing out this coming
They were just dates, obscure places and shadowy moments, Never entering my consciousness because while
Jesus went where and did what?! A brief explanation of 1 Peter 3:18-22
We’re nearing the end of our churchwide study of 1 Peter, and if you’ve been