- Evangelism and church planting
- Education and leadership development
The RCA helps support Jones Galang, who has been reappointed by the Presbyterian Church of Korea to serve migrant workers in Osan and nearby places. (Galang previously served in migrant ministry in Seoul.) At Osan Migrant Mission Center Galang organizes and evangelizes migrant workers. He helps them in their interactions with Koreans and helps them adjust when they go back to their countries of origin. He also helps migrants who are married to Koreans, particularly women, by assisting them as they organize themselves into a self-reliant community. Of the migrants, Galang says, "I believe that God has called me to bring them the good news that God has seen their misery, has heard their cry for justice and a decent life, and is concerned about their suffering. [See Exodus 3:7-10.] I also believe that God has sent me to help them be rescued from their miserable situation." Galang's first wife passed away, and in 2009 he married Maria Carolina (Carol) Dizon. He has three daughters, Pamela, April Joy, and Fatima Gayle. Jones serves in partnership with the United Church of Christ in the Philippines and the Presbyterian Church of Korea.