Pastor Kyu Kim speaks about the conflict of the flesh with the Spirit living within us as he continues last week’s message. The Spirit conquers the desires of the flesh so that we may be restored to God’s image in order to have communion and fellowship with God.
Pastor Kyu Kim reminds us that God commands us to walk by His Spirit and contrasts the deeds of the flesh with the fruits of the spirit. We are on a journey with the Holy Spirit: let us walk with God and be transformed as we let the Spirit influence and change us.
Pastor Mimi Kim teaches from the book of Job and explores why we as Christians still undergo suffering in our lives. In any suffering we face, we must know that God is good and that His work is for our good. Let us be faithful and remember that everything pales compared to a personal encounter with God.
Pastor Kyu Kim teaches on being born in the Spirit so that we may be saved and have an intimate relation with God. Salvation is not about our effort, but about God’s great work for us. Therefore we should walk and grow in the Spirit as those God has already adopted and empowered. Abba! Father!
Pastor Kyu Kim reminds us that we are living in a new age, where we walk in the Spirit in all aspects of our life. During the old covenant, the Holy Spirit came upon only some people for a particular time and purpose. But as promised in Joel 2:28-29, God poured out his Spirit on all people that we may be transformed with a new heart and new spirit.
Pastor Carlos Reyes asks us to assess our walk with the Holy Spirit on this Pentecost Sunday. We are taught about why the Holy Spirit came and how it works in His people. Though we are not yet perfect, we must start functioning in the kingdom by being witnesses for the Lord.
Carlos Reyes is the pastor at NorthStar Church in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
Su Kim reminds us that “We are Citizens of Heaven” and that the things of this earth cannot satisfy. We are not perfect, but we know that God accepts us because of the cross. Therefore, we are called to imitate Jesus, the perfect example of humility, and mature Christians, our fellow citizens of heaven.
Dr. Elijah Kim teaches and illuminates God’s word for HOPE Church on its 10th anniversary. Just as the early church was a house of prayer and gathering place, so we are exhorted to keep prayer as the core and heartbeat of our identity.
Pastor Kyu Kim brings us to John 21 to witness how, just days after denying Jesus, Peter was forgiven, restored, and called by Jesus. Peter was feeling discouraged, disqualified, and disheartened. In contrast to how the world would have treated Peter, Jesus instead reminded Peter of his beginnings and restored him to be that fisher of men.
Pastor Kyu Kim returns to the road to Emmaus and studies why Jesus lamented about foolish men who are slow of heart to believe. In the days after His resurrenction, Jesus prepared the disciples for Pentecost by helping them understand that the Scriptures were all about Christ. And the deepest mystery is that the Savior came to sacrifice and suffer on the way to glory.
Pastor Kyu Kim starts a new sermon series by explaining how Jesus prepared the disciples during the days leading to Pentecost. Like his fellow disciples, Thomas encountered with the resurrected Jesus and proclaimed Him as Lord and God. During these 50 days to Pentecost, we are encouraged to seek and fast for more of God. Be not unbelieving but believing!
Pastor Mimi Kim asks: Do you have God’s compassion for His people? Though not everyone is currently called to go into the mission field, we are all commanded to pray for more workers for the plentiful harvest. Pastor Mimi encourages us that anyone and everyone can be useful in the missions field.
Pastor Kyu Kim takes us through the gospel of Mark to proclaim the good news: Jesus has risen! People were alternately amazed and terrified at what Jesus taught and did, and ultimately came to know that Jesus is the Son of God.