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I Corinthians 6:12-20 Lawful, but not Helpful

In this message Paul Kim tackles the ideas of what society has deemed lawful, and what Christians are practicing and he asked the questions: Are they helpful, and are you being mastered by them. Learn the spiritual principle of I Cor. 6:12, the carnal problem found in I Cor. 6:13-14, and the workable solution discovered in I Cor. 6:14-20. This is a great message to end one year, and begin another. Why not deal with the past, and start fresh with God as you walk into the New Year.



Why Jesus Came – to provide life and victory -John 10:27-28

The third reason Jesus came into our world was to provide life and victory for each one of us. Not only does Jesus give eternal life, but he provides us abundant life, and get this, victory over the devil. That’s right our enemy has been defeated, and we do not have to give in to the works of the devil. Victory has been won, and we can have daily victory over sin right now in the present. Do you have eternal life? Have you received Jesus Christ as your personal Savior? Are you living an abundant life in the present? Are you experiencing victory over the devil on a daily basis?



Why Jesus Came – to seek and save the Lost (Luke 15)

There is a second reason Jesus came into our world. He came specifically to seek and to save the lost (Luke 19:10), of course this would be all of us since we were lost, or still are lost. I hope that you will come to understand the true meaning of Christmas this season.



Why Jesus Came – To do the will of His Father

Pastor Kim begins a three part Christmas series  looking at WHY Jesus Came into the world. This is part one, and in this message Pastor Kim walks through ten stages of the life of Jesus where we see that He did all of the will of His Father. We will learn a very valuable lesson about what we get to experience because of Jesus’ obedience.



Ephesians 5:16 – How to get into the Christmas Spirit

Pastor Kim address how each and everyone of us can renew the meaning and purpose of Christmas. It doesn’t have to become old and stale. In this message he shares five practical steps to recapture the wonder of Christmas. Pick up your Bible and follow along. In this message he will provide some assignments, so be ready to jot them down. This just may be the beginning of a very awe-inspiring Christmas for you, and your family. Enjoy!



Love 2012 – Love for Community – Volunteerism

Pastor Kim shares three places where he personally volunteered in the community and the difference it made in the lives of various people. He encourages the church to step outside of the church and to make a difference in someones life. People need to see the church in action (loving others). Pick up your Bible and follow along.



Love 2012 – Love Christians – Love One Another Continually

Do you love those who worship with each Sunday? It is easy to tell someone you love them, but it’s another story to actually love them. We are called to love other believers. In this message Pastor Kim provides some warnings and some practical how too if we are going to actually love other Christians.



Love 2012 – Love Christ – We Love Christ by Serving Him

Love is a verb! It is an action word. Are you and I showing that we love Christ? It will clearly be seen in our service to Christ. Where are you engaged in serving Jesus today? Follow along with an open Bible as Pastor Kim explores this topic today. 



Luke 17:11-19 Who will Give Thanks

A Thanksgiving Message: How many people actually return to Jesus and give thanks for healing? 1 out of 10 seems to be the percentage. Do you and I have a grateful heart? When was the last time you returned and gave thanks for something God has done in your life? Why not pause right now and give him thanks for all the good things he does for you (James 1:17).



Jonah 4:6-11 An Angry Man Schooled By God

Here we find Jonah being taken to school by God. Jonah has an anger problem, and God is going to teach him a lesson using three objects – a plant, a worm, and an vehement east wind. Jonah comes face to face with the fact that he is more concerned with his comfort then he is about the people that he is angry with. What about us? Pick up your Bible and follow along.