Seth S. Kim

Pursuing a life of passion, purpose, and principle

Transforming lives. Transforming the world.

Six Hours for Baptism

I am sitting at the airport (again) and waiting for my flight to Chicago. We will be baptizing people at the HMCC of Chicago church plant. As I am doing the math, I realized that I am going in for 6 hours to Chicago to do a simple baptism. During these situations, it is easy […]

1.5 Days Away Before Show Time

      It has been exciting just to pray for our Easter Sunday Celebration. As we have been praying all together throughout our various gatherings the last 2 weeks, I can definitely sense the momentum building. I was particularly encouraged when I asked at Thursday prayer gathering how many people have invited friends, family […]

2007 Passion Week

      Passion Week (or known as the Holy Week) is a time of remembering the entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday) all the way to the crucifixion. Various Christian traditions observe this week differently, but one unifying thing is that it recaptures the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. The dictionary defines, […]

Surprisingly Surprised

Dr. Thom Rainer wrote an article several years ago called, “Ten Surprises About the Unchurched.” In the article Rainer tries to motivate the Christian understand the mind and heart of the pre-Christian. Dr. Rainer for close to 3 years did an extensive research on the unchurched. Rainer and his team of researchers covered all 50 […]

Doing One’s Best

Eric Liddell said, “In the dust of defeat as well as in the laurels of victory there is a glory to be found if one has done his best.” This quote inspires me. The end result should not supersede the importance of the process. But how does a person know when they have done their […]

Easter in the Theater

That’s right… We are schedule in! By God’s grace, we were able to get the historic Michigan Theater for our Easter Celebration. Out of the myriad of facilities that we have occupied on campus over the last 10 years, this is going to be historic and special. We are going to start a new series […]

New Coach for UM

It is official. The University of Michigan Men’s Basketball program will have former West Virginia coach John Beilein as their head coach. You can read about it here. In the article, a person made a post. He said, “This is sad that a University has to pay this amount of money to a coach, the […]

Rain Capital Update

It has been a privilege currently serving on the board of Rain Capital. Personally speaking, I feel a bit under-qualified as all of the other board members have business degrees of one form or another. I think this is God’s way of letting me live vicariously a life that I might have gone into if […]

Thoughts on “The Jesus Creed”

      Recently, I finished reading Scot McKnight’s book, “The Jesus Creed.” There are just some books that cause you to love God more – this is one of those books. There are a handful of books that are in the same caliber – Knowing God, Loving God, The Pursuit of God, and Desiring […]

Celebrating Another New Life

I just received an e-mail from the staff at HMCC of Chicago and they shared some good news. Someone in their small group ministry came to know Christ recently. Yea God! The momentum is building and lives are changing. It is things like this that makes serving the Lord a great privilege.

The Morning After

The boys were disappointed that they could not see the NCAA Finals since it was so late in the evening. Even Christina could not last until the end. Therefore, I was celebrating my victory in the 2007 NCAA tournament bracket all by myself. There is something about celebrating victories together with other people that makes […]

Dependence Delivers

This past Sunday in Chicago was crazy. Not only did we arrive late due to the last minute driving, but the guys in Chicago were on their toes trying to get ready for anything. We were calling the Chicago staff guys all throughout our drive. I just told them to be ready for anything. But […]

Seasoned-Citizens and the Internet

I had the joy of going to Panera Bread with my dad today. We enjoyed some coffee together but most importantly, I taught him the wonder of the world-wide web. It was his first time being on the internet. I am pretty proud of my dad that he wants to learn about computers and the […]

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