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Ché Ahn

Ché Ahn

American clergy
Ché Ahn
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Intro American clergy
Is Writer Cleric
From United States of America
Type Literature Religion
Gender male
Birth 1956
Age 65 years
Residence Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Education
Fuller Theological Seminary
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Biography

Ché Ahn (born January 17, 1956) is the senior pastor of Harvest Rock Church, the founder/president of Harvest International Ministry, the international chancellor of Wagner University, and the founder of Ché Ahn Ministries. He has appeared on television segments aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), GodTV, The Eric Metaxas Show, and more. He is an author, itinerant speaker and has been featured on the cover of Charisma magazine. Ché received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary and has played a key role in many strategic local, national, and international outreaches. He ministers extensively throughout the world, bringing apostolic wisdom with a Holy Spirit impartation of revival, healing, and evangelism. His greatest desire is to see society transformed through Christians who understand and fulfill their ordained purpose. He has written more than a dozen books, including Modern-Day Apostles, God Wants to Bless You!, and The Grace of Giving.

Biography

Ahn was born on January 17, 1956. Ahn married Sue Roxas on September 1, 1979. Ché and Sue have been married for over 40 years and currently reside in Pasadena, California. They are the parents of four adult children and have six grandchildren.

Ché Ahn and Sue Roxas both became followers of Jesus in the early 1970s and met at a large Bible study in Washington, D.C. In 1982, Ché received a prophetic dream from the Lord that a great harvest would come to Los Angeles. The Ahns moved from Maryland to Southern California in April 1984, believing the Lord for a great revival. Ché and Sue started small prayer meetings in their home in Pasadena in March 1994, and within a few weeks, more than 300 people showed up for those meetings. Harvest Rock Church was officially launched on April 4, 1994.

From 1995 to 1998, the church would host nightly meetings at Mott Auditorium, where thousands of lives were radically transformed by the manifest presence of God. By the close of 1995, Harvest Rock Church merged with three other local congregations with distinct backgrounds that felt the call for unity in their community. Then on Father's Day 2004, Harvest Rock Church moved locations, finding its new home in Pasadena's prized Ambassador Auditorium.

In 1996, Harvest International Ministry (HIM) was birthed under Ahn's leadership, as Harvest Rock Church joined with 14 other churches to form this apostolic network working together to help fulfill the Great Commission. Since its inception, HIM has now extended into more than 65 nations and connects over 25,000 affiliated ministries and organizations across the globe.

In June 2010, Ahn's spiritual father and mentor, Dr. C. Peter Wagner, made Ahn the international chancellor of Wagner Leadership Institute (now Wagner University), an international network of apostolic training centers established to equip believers for Kingdom ministry. Then in late 2017, Ahn founded California Dreamin, a church-planting and discipleship initiative with an apostolic vision for global revival and reformation.

Published works

Ahn wrote Fire Evangelism: Reaching the Lost Through Love And Power, which was published in 2006; Spirit-Led Evangelism: Reaching the Lost through Love and Power, which was published in 2008; When Heaven Comes Down: Experiencing God's Glory in Your Life, which was published in 2009; Say Goodbye to Powerless Christianity: Walking in Supernatural Surrender and Significance, which was also published in 2009; The Grace of Giving: Unleashing the Power of a Generous Heart, which was published in 2013; and his latest book Modern Day Apostles.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 26 Aug 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb14494050s
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http://isni.org/isni/0000000114395793
https://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n98037381
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