Peter Kang is a retired Korean Army Chaplain. He served for 20 years. In his military career Peter Kang served in many units such as the US Army's 19th TAACOM and Eighth Army KATUSA Chaplain, both the 9th and 27th Division Chaplain, and an Instructor for the Korean Army Chaplain School. Chaplain Kang's final military assignment was the Eighth US Army in Camp Yong San. While he served as pastor of the MND (Ministry of the National Defense) Chapel's soldiers' service, the Hannam Village Chapel (US Army chapel), KATUSA service and he led the Korean Ladies' Bible Study at South Post Chapel. Through his ministry experience, he caught a vision for multiethnic ministry, especially for equipping the next generation not only with a strong faith, but also with an appreciation for their bilingual abilities and their bicultural background. Currently Pastor Kang recently established Eternal Living Waters Fellowship in the area of Clarksville, TN. Pastor Kang has also had extensive theological training. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Education from Sung Gyul Christian University; a Master of Divinity degree from Hansei University; a Master of Theology degree from Golden Gate Baptist Seminary in San Francisco. He also got chances to study at various other theological institutions including the Chong Shin Seminary, (M.Div); ACTS, (M.A); and the Choen An Univ, (Ph. D Cand.). As a retired Chaplain, Pastor Kang has received various medals from both US Army and Korean Army. He received the Army Achievement Medal, the Army commemoration Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal from US Army. He also received Medals from Chief of Korean Army. Pastor Kang is a writer and a poet. He has published books of sermons, essays, and poetry. If you want to contact Pastor Kang, feel free to contact him at 931-237-5571 or by email at email@example.com.