Testimonies of Grace: Andrew S. Kim

We are back with another testimony of grace! The reason why I wanted to do this series is because God’s grace is seen in many different ways. Hopefully you have been blessed to hear how God has saved sinners by his grace in different ways through these testimonies. Today, we will be hearing from another…

Testimonies of Grace: Crystal Kim

Today, I will be sharing the testimony of Crystal Kim. If you visit The Bridge, Crystal will most likely be the first person to greet with, remember your name, and check up on you if you are missing. Crystal is involved with our children’s ministry, welcoming committee, and everything else in between. Sadly, Crystal will…

Testimonies of Grace: Susan Kim

Today, I will be sharing my favorite person’s testimony: my wife! If you ever visit The Bridge, then you can’t miss my wife. She is full of life and spunkiness and she always keep me in check. I know that I have won the lottery with her and my friends are quick to remind me…

Testimonies of Grace: Hanna Won

I mentioned in a previous posts that I wanted to start posting different testimonies of grace from The Bridge. Today, I will be sharing Hanna Won’s testimony of grace. Hanna is married to Sam and she has helped The Bridge ministry from its very inception. She is a licensed pharmacist and she loves sports! Here are some fun…

Testimonies of Grace: Sam Won

I mentioned in a previous posts that I wanted to start posting different testimonies of grace from The Bridge. Today, I will be sharing Sam Won’s testimony of grace. If you have every visited The Bridge, then you will know Sam. He is the first to welcome you and the first one willing to serve…

Why #BlackLivesMatter Should Matter to All of Us

Many have already eloquently and compellingly addressed the issue of race relations in the wake of a tragic series of police encounters resulting the deaths of Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner. I am not qualified, nor is it my intention to even attempt to offer meaningful commentary on the legal merits of these…

Testimonies of Grace

I know it has been a long time since the last blogpost. I apologize as I was MIA preparing for my comprehensive exams. The great news is that I passed and now have more time to put up some more blogposts. As I was thinking about what to write on, I wanted to find out…

God Doesn’t Need You

God doesn’t need you. Let those words sink in today. On the surface, this might not sound very good. But if you really think about it, this is great news. This means that God is not dependent on you. Who wants to worship a God who is needy? Who wants to trust in a God…

To Spank or Not to Spank?

  The NFL season has begun but it has been tarnished by several scandals. Ray Rice has been suspended indefinitely for knocking his wife unconscious. Now in the aftermath, Roger Goodell is under crossfire for the way he has handled the case. Many people are calling for his head because they view this scandal as…

Moments that make us smile

I’ve notice that the last few blogposts have covered pretty heavy topics, so I figured that I would talk about something a little light this week. Today I’m going to talk about the little moments in my life that make me smile. There are capital “M” moments that have made me smile. When I graduated…