Do we still maintain the freshness of the first love?

The first love is the main ingredient of the existence of the church as the body of Christ.  If the church has turned into a world icon for political, cultural, monumental religious and economic interests, the church loses its DNA as the Body of Christ.  Still fresh in our memories...

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Easter…Eggs and Bunny?

By: Rev. Steve Lee As we approach Easter, or what I refer to as Resurrection Sunday, it might appear as if the whole world is celebrating Jesus Resurrection as well! Go into grocery stores and you will see Easter Eggs and candy. Go to the retail shopping outlets and you...

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March For Our Lives

          Still fresh in our minds millions of people across the United States expected a long march against the violence of Stoneman Douglas High School weapons on Saturday with students. We know this long march as a “March for Our Lives” protest. What is expected on...

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Target 5000

This year five of our West Coast Churches have the same theme “BE A WITNESS FOR CHRIST” as our mission to share the Gospel to 5000 people to exercise our church vision which is TO REACH OUT OUR COMMUNITY TO REACH THE WORLD in order to fulfill the commission of...

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Raise Up Your Children in the Lord

Prov. 22:6 Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Eph. 6:4 4 Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord. When my wife and I were starting...

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New Every Day

Is there anything new under the sun? What has been is what will be, and what has been done what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun. Every phase of life from birth to death, only then soon obsolete. Like a flower, a new day blooms,...

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Is there still Christ in the Manger?

Inevitably, December has recorded thousands of volumes of amazing life stories which include stories by H.C. Andersen to Harry Potter, from The Christian perspective, the pagan perspective, the secular perspective, to penetrate the global perspective — as if December was dancing about the Winter Solstice which is a potent cosmic...

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Winter is Coming

It doesn’t feel like we have arrived at the end of the year. Winter is coming. In some snowy regions, everything on the ground will be buried by snow. Seeds, leaves, roots and grass are immersed in the depths of the snow. No matter which are good and what are...

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Soli Deo Gloria

This month marks 501 years of the Reformation that officially began in 1517. There are many ways to describe the Reformation, but at bottom, it is a rediscovery of the long lost gospel. It is ironic that the church that should have been faithful guardian of the gospel actually lost...

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What is Worship?

The common question about worship these days is: How do you feel about it? While common, it somehow misses the mark. If worship is directed toward God, that should not be the primary question to ask. The Bible makes it clear that worship is about God and centers on God....

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