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Bartimaeus: Son of Timaeus – October 28, 2018

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Mark 10:46-52 The lenses in my eye glasses have to be changed in about every two years, because my eyes continue to change as I get older. Even though they are progressive lenses, it is not easy to read small letters. That’s why I printed this sermon out with big letters. I think I must […]

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Gapjil vs. Service – October 21, 2018

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Mark 10:35-45 By looking at my sermon title this morning, you may wonder what gapjil is. We need to learn two Korean words: gap and eul. It is a general term used to indicate the order of priority. Its formal usage is in the legal arena. For example, in Korean legal documents, Gap is a term […]

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The World at Our Table – October 7, 2018

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Mark 14:22-26, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 When I was a Deacon of NYAC many years ago, I was preparing for Elder’s ordination. And one of the requirements was to write lengthy theological reflections. I had to answer to many difficult questions like: How has the practice of ministry affected your experience and understanding of God? What […]