Seth S. Kim

Pursuing a life of passion, purpose, and principle

Transforming lives. Transforming the world.

Da Bulls vs. Dee-troit

Some of the guys in our church were able to snag some playoff tickets and invited me to come join them. Now in retrospect, I think they wanted to humble me since they know that I am a Bulls fan. One of them even mentioned that they had a Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordon retro jersey… […]

Just Chillin’

It was a crazy weekend with everything that was going on in church and in family life. But I had some time to chill with the family in between some of the various events and meetings. Sometimes it is these moments without a clear purpose or agenda that people remember the most – especially the […]

Elliot’s B-Day Dinner

Today was Elliot’s official birthday so the family and I went out to celebrate it together. It is becoming our tradition to allow the birthday person to select the restaurant they want to go to. Elliot chose Macaroni Grill. Later, Elliot told us that he chose that place because they have the best chocolate cake […]

2007 TC Summit Update 2

Even thought we had to take a break from the summit due to the Sunday Celebration and the church-wide picnic, we finished off well. In fact, I communicated to the leaders that part of the leadership training was learning how to serve as well as reaching out to the other parts of our church community. […]

Elliot’s 7th B-Day Party

We celebrated Elliot’s 7th year birthday at Jump City. It is a kid’s paradise. There are inflatable structures that kids are able to slide down on and even jump around in. As a parent, it was such a joy to see Elliot so happy. Since he is such a relational person, you could just tell […]

Karissa’s First Soccer Debut

Today, Karissa started her first soccer game… or shall I say soccer amoeba (the kids move together like a blob towards the ball). It was a bit sad because I had to miss it due to the leadership summit. But I made sure that Christina took a lot of pictures. The best part was when […]

2007 TC Summit Update

We had an awesome time of worship as we finished off our first night of our leadership summit. I talked about Jesus’ parable on new wineskins for new wine. God wants to do a new thing and we need a new mindset in order to get to where God wants us to be. We also […]

OK, It’s the 10K

Believe it or not, Christina and I will be running the Dexter-Ann Arbor 10K Race on June 3rd. I don’t know what possessed me – maybe an early mid-life crisis… ha! Christina loves to run and she wanted to enter into a race, so I was thinking that this will be a great way to […]

TEAM Community Summit 2007

Today, the leaders and I will be going away to begin our Leadership Summit. I have been a firm believer that everything rises and falls with leadership. We have been so blessed in the past years to have committed and sacrificial leaders who were willing to give everything and anything to build up God’s Kingdom. […]

Transforming Worship Update

I just got an e-mail from a member of our staff indicating that someone from China accepted Christ during last week’s Sunday Celebration. It is encouraging to know that as we talked about the power of worship and how it can allow people to encounter the living and true God that it became a reality. […]

NDOP 2007

Today is the National Day of Prayer (NDOP). Even though our nation has been coming together to pray throughout its rich history, it wasn’t until 1988 when President Ronald Regan signed a bill into law that stated the National Day of Prayer be held on the first Thursday of May. I was not exposed to […]

American Idol Confession

About three weeks ago, I got so curious about the all the hype on this guy named Sanjaya Malakar. I have never heard this guy sing but I realized that people either really liked him or hated him with a passion. Therefore, I went on YouTube to check out some of the episodes of American […]

A Reoccurring Dream

Do you ever get reoccurring dreams? For some reason, I get one every month or so… it is crazy. It is very familiar but yet it somehow seems very foreign. The environment and the situation are always the same. But each time, it has a different feel. It is a bit frustrating and eerie. In […]

Thoughts on “Freakonomics”

      The subtitle of Steven Levitt’s and Stephen Dubner’s book, Freakonomics is: “A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything.” This is an appropriate subtitle in light of what they try to present in their book. If you are a cynic or a skeptic, then you will love this book. As a […]

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