2007 Board of Directors Summit

Author: sethskim  |  Category: Vision

Tonight, the Board of Directors and I will be heading out to Chicago to meet up with the Executive Team of the Chicago church. We are going to spend some time praying, planning and preparing for the 2007-2008 year. I have always been a firm believer that planning helps a group reach some of its goals and targets. A famous leadership phrase is, “Aim at nothing and you will hit it.”

As many of you know, we are in the midst of a transition in the church. It has been a little over 10 years of doing the ministry God has called us to do here in Ann Arbor. For some reason, every 10 years there always needs to be a major re-evaluation and overhaul in things that we have gotten used to doing – familiarity breeds contempt. This same concept applies even to marriage, vocation, and other things in life.

We need a fresh anointing and a fresh perspective on the vision (transforming lost people into Christ’s disciples who will then transform the world) that will not change.

Please keep us in your prayers. I can’t wait until we share with the whole church some of the things that God will place in our hearts. Thank you, people of HMCC for allowing us to do what God has called us to do.

Soli Deo Gloria!

Family Time

Author: sethskim  |  Category: Various

With all the craziness that comes with the end of the year ministry, I wanted to make sure that I spend some quality time with the family. We were debating on what to do. But of the things that were suggested by the kids were more individualistic and it would not promote “togetherness.” Therefore, we finally decided on Kid’s Zone where we would be doing some things together.

I might have mentioned to you before but my brother-in-law bought the kid’s version of DDR last Christmas. The kids have enjoyed playing with it. Josiah is still the reigning champion in the Kim household. Therefore you should have seen the look in his eyes when he saw the REAL THING! No more kids play.

We egged Josiah on to do the DDR on the real one.

He took the challenge and he rocked.
These memories will last for a lifetime.

Why is it that kids have better coordination than older folks?
 
 
 
Josiah and DDR1.JPG
 
Ready… Set…
 
 
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Go! KiKi is checking Josiah’s groove.