what we do

Mustard Seed Generation exists to foster the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual growth of the Korean American population in partnership with the Church. These are the ways we do so.


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1. Conferences & Workshops

Oftentimes, the experiences of Korean Americans are not discussed in the mainstream culture or in the day-to-day life at school, work, or church. At Mustard Seed Generation, we are fully aware that what Korean Americans go through is unique and require attention that is culturally specific. That is why we provide conferences and workshops nationwide that are intentionally designed to open conversations relevant to Korean Americans as multicultural members of the American society. We share practical, research-based information relevant to the Korean American community. Counseling and group discussions also play a vital role in our conferences and workshops because we believe in the power of sharing stories. 

 

Our Audience

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parents

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STUDENTS

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Young adults

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Small & youth

group leaders

 

Topics we cover

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Parent-child communication

 

 

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acculturation

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pressures to succeed

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leading small group

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mental health

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masculinity & femininity

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how the church can support mental health

We believe that each community requires unique attention and that close collaboration with the community is key to sustainable change. Therefore, we make every effort to partner with local community leaders and members to plan conferences and workshops that best suit the community's needs.

 

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2. providing online resources

As a project to make resources more accessible outside our conferences and workshops, we are in the process of creating a blog documenting research and information that may be relevant and useful to the Korean American community. If you would like updates, please subscribe to our newsletter list below.