Won S. Kwak

Won Kwak is a 2nd generation church planter and pastor and also a 2nd generation Korean-American. He serves as the lead pastor of Maranatha Grace Fort Lee, a church planted in 2010 right outside NYC. He's married to Diane and is the father of five "Kwaklings": Madelyn Joy, Naomi Ruth, Bethany Hope, Owen Lucas, & Jordan Aeneas.

Jan 28

Won Kwak on Identifying Future Leaders by Won S. Kwak

In this video, we asked Won Kwak, pastor of Maranatha Grace Church in NJ, “How do you identify potential leaders in your church?”

Jul 2

Won Kwak On Cultivating A Healthy Legacy by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

What can a young pastor do to start cultivating a healthy legacy?

Feb 19

Won Kwak on Advice for the Pastor Who Wants to Quit by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Won Kwak, pastor at Maranatha Grace Church in Fort Lee, New Jersey: "What do you say to the pastor who's tired and wants to quit?"

Feb 5

Won Kwak on Sermon Prep by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

How do you write sermons? Describe your sermon preparation process.

Dec 10

Won Kwak on When to Stop Counseling Someone by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Won Kwak, Lead Pastor of Maranatha Church in Fort Lee, NJ: "How do you know when to stop counseling someone?"‚Äč

Dec 3

Won Kwak on New Christians & Their Churches by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing a new Christian needs most from his church?

Nov 13

Won Kwak On New Christians And The Church by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing a new Christian needs most from his church?

Nov 12

Won Kwak on Throwing In The Towel As A Pastor by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

In this video, we asked Won Kwak, “When are you most tempted to throw in the towel as a pastor?”

Sep 11

Won Kwak on New Christians and the Church by Won S. Kwak

What is the one thing a new Christian needs most from his church?

Aug 27

Won Kwak on Difficult Things in Life by Won S. Kwak

Series: Conversations

What difficult thing in your life has taught you the most?