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Life has many demands. Education, career, relationships, family, hobbies and interests, leisure… Religion and spirituality seem like one of the many items on our to-do list that often seems out of control. So can “normal” Christians who aren’t pastors or missionaries pursue a life of service in God’s kingdom? If so, how, and still have a life? These are the questions we will seek to address through our time together.

We will cover topics such as:
– The story of God’s kingdom and your place in it
– Kingdom perspective on your career and work
– The kingdom and your family
– The kingdom and your money

We hope to gain a deeper knowledge of God’s kingdom and our place and role in it through this class, and each make progress in our own journeys. May the Lord bless us and guide us.

About Dr. Kyuboem Lee
Kyuboem Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea, in 1971. At the age of 10, his family moved to Nairobi, Kenya, to pursue a missionary calling. At the age of 18, he came to the USA and attended Wheaton College. He received his M.Div. and D.Min., both in urban mission, from Westminster Theological Seminary. He was a part of the pastoral staff of an African-American church in Philadelphia for 7 years, and has subsequently served for 11 years as the church planter and pastor of Germantown Hope Community Church in inner city Philadelphia. He has also served as adjunct faculty of urban mission at Westminster and Biblical Theological Seminaries, as well as the general editor for theĀ Journal of Urban Mission. He has been happily married to Christe since September 2001; they live in Philadelphia with their two sons, Amoz and Theo.