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Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pastor

Pastor Kang's Love Letter

If You Love, You Will Learn Well! Love is the principle of learning. If you love, you will learn well. If you ask me why I read and write a lot of books, I would say that it is because of love. Love is to share.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pastor

The Wisdom of a Person Who Learns Well

The Wisdom of a Person Who Learns Well We all have an instinct in us to grow. Observe young children. Children feel the greatest joy when they grow up. When a child is born and takes his first steps, he experiences incredible joy. When you start to read and write, you will experience an unspeakable pleasure. Growth produces joy. That is why we choose to learn for growth even if it is difficult. Growth is not produced spontaneously. Growth is produced through deliberate choices.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pasto

Wisdom in Creating Change Beyond Reaction

Karl Menninger said, "Attitudes(interpretation) are much more important.One day I thought to myself, "If I can't avoid the problem, I should welcome it and grow from it." Especially while I was studying miracles in the Bible, I realized that all miracles came from problems.

Joshua Choon-Min Kang is the senior pastor

Wisdom that Pursues Beautiful Change

Wisdom that Pursues Beautiful Change The world is changing at a fast pace. If you do not change according to this changing age, you will get left behind. It is not easy to survive. It is great to be alive, and to survive. But in order to survive, you must pursue constant change. Of course, you should not pursue change for survival alone.

Joshua Choon Min Kang

A Beautiful Bloom in Long Wait

A few days ago, one of the cacti bloomed in the front yard of our house. It was an orange flower, and indeed it was beautiful. You have to wait a long time to see the cactus bloom. The reason being is that cactus flowers are not easy to bloom.

Thom Rainer

Seven Characteristics of Reactionary Pastors

Allow me to speak to the most common mistakes of reactionary pastors. Perhaps you will see yourself in one or more of these characteristics, with a prayerful hope you can make the necessary changes.

Jin O Jeong

The Way of the Cross XV: Heidelberg Disputation, Thesis XV

In the previous thesis, we discussed Luther’s two primary elements on the Will: the active will and the passive will. While Scholastic theology in the Middle Ages argued that with active power by free will even after the fall, human beings can accumulate merits to be saved, Luther argued that there is no longer power that can do good works for salvation inside human beings.

Joshua Choon Min Kang

Pain is a Tool of Grace for Change

Pain always hurts and never gets easier. Pain is painful. So, we want to avoid pain at all cost and surround ourselves with only happiness. However, life does not always give what we want.

Mother

'Mother's Love,' on Mother's Day

In this light while considering the depth of Mothers’ love, discover our thanks in review of the three Mother characters revealed in today’s sermon and capture how we too may nurture and set the examples to our children to follow as a Mother ourselves.

Thom Rainer

Seven Dangers in the Last Few Years of Your Ministry

I want this fourth quarter of my ministry to make a difference for His glory. To be clear, I want to avoid seven dangers in my last years of ministry. And I know I can succumb to any and all of these dangers without His strength, His mercy, and His plan.

Joshua Choon Min Kang

The Stillness in the Storm

It is not easy to cultivate a peaceful mind in a storm. Sometimes, we encounter unpredictable storms in life and it is not just any kind of storm. It won’t be a serene breeze but a strong and destructive one.

Thom Rainer

Ten Roadblocks to Church Revitalization

Why are so many of our churches not moving forward? Since so many of our churches are in need of revitalization, let’s begin by seeing what roadblocks hinder turnarounds. Here are ten of the most common.

Bryan Kim

The Rainbow at Black Mountain

It started with the airport. As I arrived at Ashville, North Carolina, it felt at the very least cozy, if not completely reverent.

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