ALMEX LEE

“Jesus Knows When You May Not”
Do you feel like the mistakes you've made in your life hinder you from achieving your dreams after graduating? Are you worried that your current circumstances may never change?
Well, I have good news! God is waiting for you. He wants to change the very way you perceive your future by having your eyes open to realizing what you already have.
Almex will share his testimony on how faith brought hope throughout the darkest times of his life. He went from moving to America when he was 4 years old and almost not graduating high school, to working with the brightest minds in the healthcare industry in driving insights for earlier detection in diseases.

 

JEANNIE WOOH

“Victory and Heart of Worship”
Worship is more than singing a few songs every Sunday - it is much more than that. Did you know that when we choose to worship, battles are won? Come and explore how having a heart of worship aligns with God’s purpose for us and how it gives us victory over the spiritual battles we face day to day. We will hear stories from worshippers of how they wrote popular worship songs we sing today and will explore what it means to have a heart of worship.

 

 

JONATHAN C. KIM

“Well done, good and faithful servant.”
What is Biblical success? Many of us at one point or another has heard the "secret" to success: obtain good grades, enroll into an excellent college, get hired at a high paying job, build a nice family, then live a happy life. The world leads us to live for what is temporary, but God shapes us for what is eternal. Yet, although our hearts long for the heavenly things, our flesh desires the world. Especially in this current age of social media, our values, morals, and experiences are heavily influenced by the world. It feels like we are chasing success after success, earning achievement after achievement, with no end in sight. Will we ever hear the Lord say to us, "Well done, good and faithful servant"? In this seminar, Jon C will share about the challenges his faith faced during failure and uncertainty, and how his continual decision to dedicate everything to Christ has redefined his understanding of success.

 

 

 

 

 

What students are saying about ONE seminars:

“The seminars helped me connect God with my daily life whether it be school or society.”

“They gave me new perspective about life outside of what I know and what I can do to carry out God’s word.”

“They encouraged me and gave me vision.”

“… inspired me to help people in the future. Not to live a life where I take care of myself and my own health. But to help others who aren’t as fortunate as I am.”

“Helped me to further think about how to use my present and future to show the love of God.”

“… we should not help others because we think we are above and more privileged than others—but help because we love them.”

“I learned that every success also comes with failure.”

“It gave me a new perspective on life, with the Lord and His plans for me.”

“These days I want to be  a pastor (JDSN).  I want to be there for people who are hurt and I want to teach them.  I want God to heal their hurts through me. I want everyone to be love.”

“Showed how God works through real people and how He can affect us and what we can do.”

“Going into college soon, I was really challenged by the seminars to be passionate about God’s work. I’m interested in art.”

“I want to serve God through music.”

“We were able to listen to older brothers and sisters about their experiences and learn. … they’ve gone through what I’m going through so it is encouraging.”

“The seminars helped me get a better look at the working life as a Christian. They gave me a view of being able to serve God in ways outside the church at other jobs.”

“I think my perspective on others totally changed …”

“They really encouraged me to do more with what God has called me to do and to see other places in the world differently.”

“I got to learn about how God has worked in other people’s lives and my faith grew upon that.”