2641 Barton Chapel Road Augusta, GA 30906 The Attic: Second Level of the gym (Family Life Center) Youth/College/English Music Pastor: Howard Ki Friday 7:30pm – College/Young Adult Ministry meets in the “Brick House” at the front of the Church property. Sunday 9:30am – English Adult Service in the Sanctuary Sunday 11:00am – One Light Community Service WHO WE ARE: One Light Community is the Student Ministry of Augusta Korean Methodist Church. This includes Middle School, High School, College a ...
High school senior Victoria shares her testimony! Drawing inspiration from Luke 8:39, Victoria demonstrates vulnerability by sharing her journey to understanding and knowing what Jesus is doing in her life.
Pastor Phillip Lee preached on the concept of FREEDOM (Galations 5:1). Check out what our youth had to say about what they learned!
The progress of redemption begins with God's covenant with Abram. Abram begins by trusting and following God's commands as He prepares the way for His people. Scripture reading: Genesis 12-15
We begin a new series on how the Bible, which represents the infallible record of what God has revealed to man, follows the timeline by which humankind is redeemed through His son. Beginning with the creation... Scripture reading: Genesis 2-11
Guest message by Kudo Jang: what do we do when we are surrounded by such a fallen world? In moments like these, we can feel so insignificant. There is an answer for these kinds of situations, and it starts with you. Scripture reading: Romans 3:23-24
After each mission trip, the team shares about their experiences, expectations, blessings, and realizations. A team of youth and college students went to Peru this past summer, and here is their testimony.
Wrapping up our series by finishing with 3 John 1:2-8. Pastor Howard shares how we can practice hospitality as a nation/state, as a church family, and as individuals.
[pastor] Fish Curry guest speaks this week and shares his thoughts from 2 John 1:4-11.
Resuming our study on 1 John, Pastor Howard describes what it means to live like Christ. Learning to love better means that our actions reflect our heart and show who we belong to. Scripture Reading: 1 John 3:18-19
THROWBACK: In honor of Mother's Day (5/8/16). In John 2:1-11, Jesus performs his first miracle, and he continues to obey his mother, though he states "my hour has not yet come." Pastor Howard shares his perspective on how we can obey and honor our mothers.
Resuming our study of 1 John (1 John 3:1-3), Pastor Howard tackles the question of why we should strive for perfection now, even when we know we will be perfect in heaven.
Our very own April Jin (now a college sophomore) gives her testimony from a mission trip she took to Mandeville, Jamaica during her spring break! If you've ever been afraid of stepping out of your comfort zone, then you'll definitely want to take a listen! Scripture reading: Exodus 3:1-14, 4:1-12
We've got our boy John "Fish" Curry back at it again with another great testimony! But this time, he is leaving us for North Carolina... so please remember him in your prayers as he shares his testimony. Scripture reading: Hebrews 3:3, 12-14
Antichrist: anyone that opposes Christ; anyone who denies the Father and the Son. Continuing our series from 1 John 2:18-27, p.Howard shares about the exclusivity of Christ and how to remain faithful despite the world around us.
We shouldn't sin, but we eventually do. When this happens, it's not okay to stay in sin and apathy because the grace of God has got us covered regardless. Jesus is concerned with our heart and not necessarily the act of doing "right," so how do we keep this balance? p.Howard shares from 1 John 2:1-6.…
As we begin a series on 1 John, p.Howard shares with us why sin is a big deal and why we should care about it. Sin destroys, and disobedience breaks our relationship with Christ. However, sin can be overcome! Scripture reading: 1 John 1:5-10
One of our staff members, Sangmin Lee, shares his life testimony on what God is doing in his life! Scripture reading: Hebrews 12:1-2, Psalm 46:10
It is easy to settle for fake or temporary "joy." What does it mean to have manifested joy through a relationship with Christ? Pastor Howard shares from 1 John 1:1-4.
One of our staff members, Robin Lee, shares his testimony. Scripture reading: Philippians 4:6-9
Pastor Howard shares his testimony for the first time in several years! Scripture reading: Isaiah 61:1-3
Genesis 2:20-22, Genesis 24:10-14, 2 Samuel 11:26-27 | Since we have been addressing the issue of the "higher view," what is God's higher view on how we treat relationships? Ever since the beginning of time, God has be intricately involved. How can we maintain that involvement as we choose the one we wish to spend the rest of our lives with?…
Ephesians 5:21-30 | When we examine ourselves, we begin to realize the things we need to work on before we decide to marry. These issues do not magically disappear with marriage, which is why it is all the more important to address them now. So what kind of questions do I need to ask to know if I'm ready for marriage?…
Matthew 19:3-6 | Let's talk about sex. Not just what it is, but what is the "higher view" that Jesus intended for us when he described the joining of flesh between husband and wife in marriage? How can we attain this higher view?
Proverbs 4:23 | God's meaning for our heart is not solely for our feelings, but rather it is where all our hopes, dreams, and souls reside. It is our essence and therefore worthy of guarding. So how then can we effectively "guard our hearts" if we are so prone to wander?
Genesis 1:24-27, Genesis 2:18-25
"Whoever wants to save his life must lose it." How do I rekindle that first love when I first met Jesus? p.Howard shares on what it means to deny oneself in order to gain the abundant life. (Mark 8:34-37)
At AKMC, it's customary for students to share from the retreat about how God showed up to them through their experiences. Here, we have student testimonies from Qadira, Robin, Gillianne, Josh, Maddy, Victoria, Lauren, Sang, Josiah, Will, Susan, Minook, and Caemlynn.
Dr. David Olshine from Columbia International University shares with us a different perspective of the story of Jonah. (Missing Part 4. Sorry!)
Dr. David Olshine from Columbia International University shares with us a different perspective of the story of Jonah.
Dr. David Olshine from Columbia International University shares with us a different perspective of the story of Jonah. (This is an iPhone recording. Sorry!
"Hold fast" was a term used by sailors to hold on for dear life when the raging storms hit their ship at sea. What's the point of holding onto Jesus when life's storms come at us? Jesus has our best interests in mind, even when we struggle with faith. Hold fast to Jesus when times are tough; there will be a time where we can let go and where we are…
Our staff, Reilynn Ki, Andrey Bacal, and Katie Althoff share their perspectives on evangelism and share simple steps and stories on how to fulfill the Great Commission. Scripture reading: Matthew 28:19-20
Our staff, Aaron Fan, Michelle Lee, and Katie Chiou, share their perspectives on what discipleship means, and how to equip one another to share their testimonies and live out the gospel. Experiencing God can manifest through relationships with others, whether you are the teacher or if you are the follower; it depends on your perspective! Scripture …
What if I told you that you SHOULDN'T tithe? Giving comes from a place of grace; Jesus tells us to give everything, including our money. So instead of asking, "How much do I have to give?" it is better to ask, "How much can I give?" Scripture reading: 2 Corinthians 8:3-5, 9:7
Our staff, Sharon Ji, TK Lee, and Christy Althoff, share their perspectives on what it means to connect with one another through fellowship. Scripture reading: Matthew 28:19-20, Hebrews 10:24-25
Bible memorization is an important aspect of the Christian walk; growth is not only dependent on how we FEEL towards God, but also what we KNOW about Him. To know God is to know His Word. The more we know God, the more we know what He wants from us as His children. Scripture reading: Psalm 119:9-16
Our staff, Minook Jin, Shinae Lee, and Heeyeon No, share their perspectives on what it means to serve. Service to the Lord leads to maturity in Christ. Scripture reading: Ephesians 4:11-13
Special guests Shann and Robin share their perspective on what it means to honor God. Scripture reading: Romans 12:1
Spiritual growth is a lifelong journey. Throughout life, our resources are limited, and we can only focus on a few things at a time if we expect them to grow. In this sermon, Howard talks about how we must make an intentional effort to know and meet God if we want our faith to grow. Scripture reading: James 4:8…
AKMC's very own Wesley Hong shares his final words of advice before departing to the west coast. #goodbyeforever Scripture reading: Ephesians 3:20
Why do our friendships fail? Why do they succeed? What does Scripture teach us to do to keep our friendships healthy and growing all our life long? This week we will be learning how to traverse the rocky landscape of friendships. Scripture reading: Matthew 18:15-17
One of our staff members, Andrey Bacal, shares her testimony. From Augusta Korean Methodist Church. Scripture reading: Romans 8:18, 5:3-5; Psalm 34:19
How do you deal with spiritual failure after failure and still turn to Jesus? We find the failures of the disciples a great example for this. When Jesus was arrested all the disciples scattered. When Jesus was dying on the cross, only one disciple remained. It was John. We’re taking a look at the life of John and what made him different. Scripture …
Surprising to most, doubt is actually not a sin. But when we dwell on our doubt and let sin take over, then it becomes a problem. Even figures in the Bible such as John the Baptist had their doubts, but Jesus encourages us not to "stumble on account of Him." Wrestle with doubt, but let it deepen your faith and draw you closer to the Lord. Scripture…
Being alone and being lonely are two different things. But the important thing to realize is that loneliness doesn't have to be a thing if we are developing intimate relationships with those around us. In order to develop that intimacy, we need to start with our relationship with God. When we communicate with Him and revel in His goodness, we are a…
One of our staff members shares her testimony! The big idea that Katie shared was that when we root our identity in God and surrender it all to Him, He is able to change everything, even if we can't see it. Scripture reading: 2 Corinthians 8:12, Ecclesiastes 3:9-13, Romans 8:17, Ephesians 1:11, Ecclesiastes 4:9-12…
Don't be fooled; addictions are everywhere and can manifest as many different things. When we begin to depend on other things for security, it leads to isolation and despair. In this sermon, Howard shares with us that we are all actually slaves to something, but the difference here is the outcome. Being a slave to Christ might sound strange, but wh…
Okay, so maybe the Bible doesn't explicitly address the use of illicit drugs, but the issue here doesn't lie with which drugs we can or cannot use. Jesus desires for us to give everything to him, and the consequences of using drugs can prevent us from doing so. In this sermon, Howard talks about how we can focus on greater things and live according…
Testimonies from the students and staffs of the AKMC Mission Retreat 2015. Go to https://youtu.be/KwJO_DL3Pg0 to see the mission retreat video. Scripture reading: Romans 12:9-18
How do we know that God's mission will succeed? Well we should know that God is in control of everything that happens around us. There may be some tragedies along the way in his mission, but God allows them to happen for the completing of his mission, for his glory he carries out missions through us, and he is in control of it all.AKMC Mission Retr…