CFC Revival Meeting Update 1

As Christina and I were driving onto campus to get to the revival meeting, we were getting very nostalgic. We started reminiscing about various things that we did when we were in college and various places that had special meaning for us. I spoke the first night and it brought a lot of memories coming […]

Going Back to Our Alma Mater

        Today, the family and I will be heading out to Chicago. We are going to drop off the kids first with my parents and then Christina and I are heading down to the University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign. I, along with Pastor Young Kim from Grace Covenant Church and Pastor Paul […]


For the last 2 days, I have been in LA with the TLT (Trans-Local Team). It has been an intense two days. We have been able to cover the planning for the November AMI General Conference and talk about some importance issues regarding AMI. We also tried to focus on building stronger relationships with one […]

Uganda Trip Update 4

This morning we went out to one of the leader’s ministry with the orphans. The road to the orphanage was pretty bad, but once we saw the kids all those things faded away. They presented us with a song as they welcomed us to their place (it is an African thing). I could not help […]

Uganda Trip Update 3

I am currently using Pastor Victor’s Samsung i830 PDA phone which has GSM. This is allowing me to update my blog. In recent years, I have traveled mostly in urban cities where access to internet is not a problem. But in my trip out here to Uganda, it is hard to get internet access without […]

Uganda Trip Update 2

On Wednesday, I was able to do some teaching on leadership. The people received it well. One thing that they kept on reminding us about is that Uganda is lacking in good leadership in all levels – the government, the church and even in the families. We also visited a couple of churches on Wednesday. […]

Uganda Trip Update 1

Pastor Victor, Pastor Young and I arrived in Uganda safely on Tuesday morning. As soon as we walked out of the airport, we were greeted by David Ofumbi. It was great seeing him again. The last time we saw him was at the AMI Leadership Summit in May. I think he was a bit shocked […]

Kenya Visit Update 3

After spending several days here in Nairobi with Dr. Steve Lee we are getting ready to leave tomorrow morning to head out to Uganda. Here are some takeaways from this short trip to Kenya (the 3 F’s): 1) Friendship – It is amazing how I have known some of these brothers for close to 24 […]

Kenya Visit Update 2

This morning we visited Karen Community Church (KCC). It is an expatriate church comprised of many Kenyans who studied aboard. I was able to meet one person who studied at University of Washington in Seattle. There were other “Westerns” who are here in Nairobi for various businesses and assignments. You can tell that there is […]

Kenya Visit Update 1

After the long flight from DTW to AMS then to AMS to NBO, I met up with Dr. Steve and Pastor Young. It was quite an adventure trying to get a SIM card for my phone. It seems as if all of the vendors at the airport had a “good” price. But I finally talked […]

Trip to Kenya and Uganda

Today, I am leaving for Africa. Pastor Victor, Pastor Young and I are going to go and represent AMI to some pastors and leaders in Uganda. First, Pastor Young and I are going to make a stop to Nairobi, Kenya to meet up with Dr. Steve Lee, one of the missionaries that we support. We […]

2007 SE Asia Update 11

I am finally back home in Ann Arbor. I was able to talk with some of the flight agents to allow me to get on an earlier flight so that I will have more time with the family. It was a long plane journey from Jakarta to Singapore and then from Singapore to Tokyo… then […]

2007 SE Asia Update 10

Traveling with Pastor Seth is never boring… it is always a crazy adventure. As we were flying (in the taxi) to the airport, we rushed to catch our flight to Surabaya, Indonesia from Malaysia. The only problem was that we were supposed to go to another local airport that was 20 minutes away! We just […]

2007 SE Asia Update 9

We had lunch with a bi-vocational pastor. Pastor Noel grew up with a passion for technology, design and engineering. He was able to combine these passions and talents together to form his own company. Through this company, he is able to engage in the marketplace (the “Commerce” in the CHARGED acronym). He had some powerful […]

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