Pastor Kyu Kim studies how the early church heard the heart of God and sent out the first missionaries. The book of Acts recorded the acts of the “sent ones”; We as sent ones therefore must be willing to go out and build the kingdom of God.
Pastor Jason Choi shares his heart for the spiritually homeless in the world and how we should strive to be like the father of the prodigal son. Just as God seeks the lost sheep, we are called to mature and bring the lost people to know God and His love. Who are the lost that God is calling us to reach?
Pastor Mimi Kim studies how on Pentecost the Holy Spirit worked in Peter and pierced the hearts of his listeners. Pastor Mimi challenges us to constantly present opportunities for the Holy Spirit to break through in our lives. What are we willing to do for a single unbeliever to encounter God?
Pastor Kyu Kim asks: why did Jesus want to be baptized by John? PQ teaches about the baptism of the Holy Spirit and its importance. In revival, what is dead comes to life and everything changes: individual lives, churches, and society.
Pastor Shin Kim challenges our reaction to a seemingly ridiculous command that Jesus gave His disciples. He urges us to believe in this command because Jesus’ blood and Jesus’ name has authority. In this time of revival, Pastor Shin proclaims a prophetic word for H.O.P.E. church.
Pastor Mimi Kim emphasizes God’s command to honor our parents, on this Mother’s day. It is a command that requires faith that God is using imperfect people to shape us to His purpose. And it is the first command with a promise!
Pastor Kyu Kim shares God’s welcome to His house on this 11th anniversary of H.O.P.E. church. God’s house is where God loves to be, and He accepts those who follow and join themselves to God. PQ further exhorts us to go out and bring hope!
Scripture: Isaiah 56:7 (Isaiah 56:3-8, Mark 11:15-17)
Pastor Kyu Kim takes us where, after His resurrection, Jesus prepared breakfast to restore hope and give charges to his disciples. Sometimes we think that God will not use us anymore. But God says that we are always welcome and urges us to draw near.
Pastor Mimi Kim highlights the importance of our attitude towards Jesus. Are we fickle like the crowds, who joyfully welcome Jesus on Palm Sunday but are shouting for His crucifixion by Friday? Or are we obedient like the disciples and therefore used for God’s purpose?
Pastor Kyu Kim challenges us to keep on asking, seeking, and knocking as we pray to God. Despite receiving a series of “No” replies, the Gentile woman persisted to draw closer to Jesus with her request. Because of God’s mercy, He relented and granted her prayer.