Author Archives: Kwang Kim

To the Farm: Observations of a Life at Epiphanytide

The day after Christmas, I visited my former roommate Alan Groff. This visit to Washington State was long due, as I had not seen him for over many years. I flew to Seattle, rented a car, and set on a … more »

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A Sense of Place in Globalization

Recently, I was talking with a Pastor friend at a coffee shop about the importance of a “sense of place” in a globalizing world. This is particularly relevant in Washington, DC, where many of our friends are frequently absent, “off … more »

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Reflections on the Meaning of a Good Life: Detecting Calling and Integrating Vocation

The meaning of our existence is not invented, but rather detected -Victor Frankl Prelude: Sovereign Foundations How does one find a purpose in life? And how does one sustain a calling that is consistent and integrated throughout a lifetime? These … more »

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