The Gift of Weakness
We are so obsessed with perfection and strength. Maybe it’s a human thing, but I’m convinced it is definitely an Asian, and certainly a Korean... read more
Returning Our Wealth to God
Although our average income has increased over the years, our rate of tithing, especially among today’s Korean-American adults, have decreased.... read more
What Is an Outreach Activity That Meets the Needs of the Unfortunate?
It seems challenging to find outreach activities that matches the volunteers' time/gifts/comfort with the needs of the less fortunate. How does a... read more
The Leader as Servant
We often encounter the three most fundamental questions of life:
1. Who am I?
2. Where did I come from?
3. What is my Destiny?
Which... read more
The Sabbath as Civil Liberty
There is that part of me that likes to try and “kick against the goads.” It has been both a blessing and the bane of my existence but it's... read more
Grandma Deng Mei
Grandma Deng Mei is 87 years old and is a particularly bright ray of sunshine, showing the world how Jesus has changed her life. She is blind, has... read more
Above and Beyond
At six years old, everything interesting is above me, just beyond my reach. On this day, more frustrating than I could bear, my mom, dressed in a... read more
On the first Sabbath in heaven, I wonder how we’ll be worshipping God? Will the youth and young adult groups go to a special separate... read more
Is It Lawful on Sabbath?
Our recent Sabbath School lesson had a discussion on a section of Luke 6 regarding the man with the withered hand. It reads:
On another Sabbath,... read more
Re:act! ECKCM 2015
As I am writing this article, it is almost June and the plans for ECKCM 2015 are well underway. I am very excited to share with everyone what’s in... read more