Seth S. Kim

Pursuing a life of passion, purpose, and principle

Transforming lives. Transforming the world.

OCR 2008

We are closing out the OCR training session tomorrow afternoon. So far, it has been a good OCR. I have been really enjoying our evening sessions of prayer. For some reason, this year more of our OCR participants are hungry and have higher expectations for God to do some incredible things. Already some testimonies are […]

Finding the Hard Balance

This past weekend, the family and I went to Josiah’s soccer game, which was about an hour away from Ann Arbor. The team’s tournament started on Saturday, but due to the TEAM Community Prayer Summit I was not able to go. But on Sunday after our Sunday Celebration I was able to catch the last […]

KiKi Donates Her Hair

It first started off as just an idea and a suggestion. Christina asked Karissa if she was opened to donating her hair to Locks of Love, an organization that provides hairpieces to disadvantaged children suffering from hair loss due to various diseases. Their mission is “to return a sense of self, confidence and normalcy to […]

New Front Page on Website

I am so proud of our guys who serve on the Publications Team and the Web Team. We try to do a major overhaul on our church webpage every 2 years. But then we try to tweak it up every year in between the 2 years. This year our guys just tweaked up the front […]

TEAM Community Prayer Summit 2008

I am just coming back from our leadership prayer summit. It was awesome coming together as leaders in the church to seek God’s face. This year we focused in on the whole book of First Thessalonians. I preached on the first chapter the first night and then Pastor Andrew preached on chapter 2 in the […]

The Suitcase Lifestyle Sermon

        I will be sharing this one part sermon on longing for “home.” As many of you know, this summer has been filled with a lot of travel – pretty much I lived off a suitcase for weeks. When I was younger traveling was something that I loved to do. It fueled […]

Personal Retreat 2008

I am heading out for a couple of days for a personal retreat. There are a lot of things to pray through, especially in light of everything that is going on in our churches and the things that are to come this year. I have been sharing with people that when we fail to take […]

Motorcycle Day of Destiny

Yesterday, before I headed back to Ann Arbor, I had the opportunity to meet up with my friends, Steve Lee, Peter Kim, and Dave Lee for a quick lunch. It was good to catch up with Steve one last time before they headed back out to Kenya. Afterwards we went to Chicago Cycle to “just […]

Tyler’s 2 Years Old Gathering

On Sunday, the family and I meant up with Christina’s side of the family to celebrate Tyler’s birthday. He is 2 years old and our kids love their cousin. It is incredible to see how a kid grows up so quickly. I was reminded of the time when our kids were at Tyler’s age. He […]

Sunday at HMCC of Chicago 08.17.08

It was great worshipping with the HMCC family in Chicago. Usually when I am there, I am preaching. But this past Sunday I was able to just worship the Lord by giving the announcements and hearing Pastor Jimmy preach. Some people in our church like to call my announcement giving as “sermon-noucements” but I like […]

Atlanta Update 2

Yesterday, we had to change our plans. The Georgian schools started this week (early huh?) and Six Flags changed their hours of operation to only the weekends. One thing I have learned over the years is that you have to be “flexible” in everything. If not, then life will become difficult – not only for […]

Atlanta Update 1

The family and I arrived in Atlanta yesterday. We were greeted by Pastor Matt and ended up having lunch together. Then, the family and I went to the World of Coke. It was great learning about the history of Coca-Cola. The best part was being able to taste close to 64 different flavors of Coke […]

Whites in the Minority by 2042

The United States has always prided itself in being a “melting pot.” Now, with the latest predictions by the U.S. Census, it is estimated that by 2042 (in about 34 years) the “Whites” in America will become the minority. It will be pretty interesting to see how things will play out in terms of prejudice […]

An Incredible Conversion

    Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a Hamas leader     I don’t know if you have heard about the conversion of Mosab Hassan Yousef from Islam to Christianity; but this is no ordinary conversion. Yousef is the son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef, one of the most influential leaders of the militant Hamas […]

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