Enoch J. Kim is serving as an adjunct professor and academic mentor in Fuller Theological Seminary SIS Korean Studies. Enoch was born in Korea. He has B.A. and M.A. in engineering. He served in a church as an assistant lay pastor. He also served in campus ministry as a staff.
As he finished his master’s degree, he sensed that God called him and his wife, Sarah, as missionaries to Muslims in China. Before they went to China, Enoch worked in a Mission organization’s sending office, HOPE, for two years as an administrator. As a staff he developed several missionary candidate training programs.
In China, Enoch and Sarah worked with Frontiers Mission for planting churches among the Muslims. During the furlough, Enoch studied at Fuller Theological Seminary in the School of World Mission, earning an MA degree in Cross-Cultural Studies.
After he finished his MA degree, Enoch began the Cross-Cultural Training Center, a missionary training center for Chinese house church. He developed curriculums in Chinese and trained both missionary candidates and career missionaries. He also started a campus mission for Chinese youngsters.
While doing ministry in the mission field, he earned Ph.D. in missiology with the dissertation title: Receptor-Oriented Communication for Hui Muslims in China: with Special Reference to Church Planting. Today, in Fuller, he teaches Intercultural Communication, Research Methodologies. He also mentors DMin, ThM, and MA students’ final thesis. Urban Anthropology is his research area, too.