“How God worked during Covid pandemic in East Africa”

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Jongsup Lee MD

Consultant gastroenterologist in Kenyatta National hospital, Nairobi Medical development officer in Eastern Regional office of

  • Workshop II : Fri 5:00 - 6:00 pm
  • Speaker: Jongsup Lee MD
  • Category:
  • Language: English
  • Title: “How God worked during Covid pandemic in East Africa”
  • Workshop IV : Sat 2:40 - 3:40 pm
  • Speaker: Jongsup Lee MD
  • Category:
  • Language: English
  • Title: “How God worked during Covid pandemic in East Africa”

Synopsis - “How God worked during Covid pandemic in East Africa”

I will introduce my medical, evangelism and leadership ministries in East Africa before the Covid pandemic. 

Then, I will explain how Covid pandemic influenced my medical, evangelism and leadership ministries.

After that, I will show how God worked in East Africa during Covid pandemic and how it impacted my medical, evangelism and leadership ministries.

Biography

I was born in South Korea as a son of Buddhist mother and Shamanism believing father. Through the healing process of septic arthritis in my left knee when I was seven years old, our family became Christians. During summer Bible camp when I was 17, I devoted myself to God as a medical missionary.  I graduated from Korea University College of Medicine in 1996. I was trained as an Internist, 1998-2002 and then as a Gastroenterologist, 2005-6.

I was trained as a missionary at All Nations Christian College in Ware, UK, 2008-2010.

Since 2013, I have been working as a consultant gastroenterologist in Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya and a medical development officer in Africa Eastern Regional Office of Africa Inland Mission.

I live with my wife, Soohyun Kim, a psychiatrist, my son, Jaehee Lee and my daughter, JaeAn Lee in Nairobi, Kenya.