It was granted us, Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary,
to have sprinted forward constantly for 120 years
from Pyongyang to Gwangnaru
with the extraordinary providence and guidance of the Triune God.
We shall run this path of mission ceaselessly and joyously,
not halting this march until the day the Lord comes again.
This path cannot be completed
unless we have a passion for the gospel
and the love of our Lord.
The PUTS community will journey this path of mission
‘together’, holding each other’s hands,
as we cannot get on a good run without blazing hearts.
It has become a significant task to plant churches,
to build people, and to accomplish missions
for the post-COVID-19 era.
The most urgent missions for us are
to restore downfallen worship, to build the next generation,
and to gloriously plant God’s churches in the nations.
In the face of this holy calling and the demand of the times,
the PUTS community is going to sprint this path
with the gospel, with the vocation,
with the colleagues, with churches, and with alumni.
At this sacred crossroad of calling,
I gather my hands for prayer
That our Father God holds each one of us, enflames our hearts,
and overlays us with dread and tremors, with magnanimity and a spirit of challenge,
and with the conviction of faith and belief.
The PUTS community shall hold ‘together’ hand in hand,
in order to pursue our holy vocation in our entirety.