Pastor Kyu Kim dives into Matthew 6:33 to highlight how rich its implications are for each of us. In stunning contrast to world, God's people must seek His kingdom first, obey God, and trust God to do the rest.
Pastor Mimi Kim asks: are we where God wants us? King David was out of position and sinned; Jesus at twelve years old was in the temple, just where He was supposed to be. Pastor Mimi challenges us to stay sharp, thrive, and go wherever God leads.
Pastor Kyu Kim examines the mindset of two groups who received God's word. Responding to God's word is crucial to a Christ-centered life. Are we receiving God's word eagerly, examining it closely, and responding accordingly?
Pastor Kyu Kim examines how and why God opens doors in our lives. In Acts 16, we see three different ways that God opens doors and how they impacted many rather than just the individual. Pastor Q underscores the importance of prayer and praise to prepare our hearts.
Pastor Mimi Kim compares the biblical standard for missions against the norm of many modern churches. Pastor Mimi introduces the three C’s of missions to answer the question: how are missions different than the work of secular, humanitarian groups?
Pastor Kyu Kim looks at how Paul and Barnabas faced difficulties as they planned a second missionary journey. Pastor Kyu teaches how to handle the disagreement that is inevitable even among godly people, and also what to do when God says no.
Missionary Michael Brown exhorts us to keep eyes fixed on God's promises rather than the circumstances. Let us stay in God's word so the world pales in comparison. Michael also gives an update on Myanmar.
Pastor Kyu Kim cautions thatthere will always be difficulties in the church, even when God is moving powerfully. People in the early church had differing views on what is required for salvation, and this caused great dissension. But the gospel is that God’s grace alone is required!
Pastor Kyu Kim shows how Paul and Barnabas faced strong opposition on their missionary journey and expands on what it means to serve a God who suffered but also delivers. God can transform cities from few people being faithful.