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Cleaning House

It all started when a guest from church came to visit our house. I wasn’t there at the time, but to hear my Father-in-law tell it, the guest actually cried when she saw our linoleum floor. Not cries of joy, mind you. “I never knew you lived in such...  read more

Doesn’t Prayer Scare You?

previously published on January 2007 Jesus prayed a lot, right? No doubt He also blatantly instructed us to do it. And as Christians whose goal it is to be Christ-like, shouldn’t I do it too? Although, there are plenty of things that Jesus did that I...  read more

Staying Emotionally & Spiritually Healthy in Today’s World

previously published on January 2006 How can we stay emotionally and spiritually healthy in today’s world? There are many challenges that we first- and second-generation Korean Americans, face today. It can be difficult navigating our way through the...  read more

Patience & Persistence

After more than a year, today, I’m still praying for several prayer requests to be answered; prayers that I would like to think God would want to answer (such as prayers for a familial relationship to be restored, for a person I work with to come to know...  read more

Mission Spotlight: Battambang, Cambodia pt. 2

Medical Missionary Team and Waldensian School Visit A group of high school and junior high school students from Korea came with a handful of doctors from Korea and the US. While the students worked on a building project, five medical doctors ran a free...  read more

Before You Talk About Jesus, You Must Have Jesus

Characteristics of the church of Antioch Should we choose the greatest church among the early churches, it would be the Antioch church. The Antioch church was a church that was a bridge to spread the gospel to the Gentiles. Through Antioch church, the Jews...  read more

Modern Day Idolatry

“Daddy can you read me this story?” my 4 year old daughter Chloe asked, holding the My Bible Friends book open to the story of Elijah. The story begins with king Ahab and Jezebel causing all the people to worship Baal. My daughter loves to emphatically say,...  read more

On Being a Wife of a Pastor…

previously published in November 2004 If you asked me over 25 years ago whether I could see myself as a pastor’s wife, I probably would have said no. If you asked me if I could envision myself as the pastor’s wife at a Korean church, I would have...  read more

Stand Still and Behold the Salvation of the Lord

previously published in November 2004 “Hey, Pastor!” Someone was calling for a pastor behind me as I was walking toward the church. I did not pay attention thinking the person was looking for someone else. When the person called out several times, I...  read more

First Impressions

In Spring 2017, I became part of the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) as a police chaplain. I remember the day when I was introduced for the first time to the 5th precinct, during the roll call, when the officers begin their dogwatch shift (night shift)....  read more