Kyu Hahn

Can Sabbath Truly Be Restful?

A friend of mine, Andy, once went on a vacation to Cancun after his first year of medical residency. It was a long awaited and much needed trip. Yet, even as he sat by the beautiful ocean with a glass of margarita in his hand he still found his mind […]

You Will Find a Home Here 2

A refuge is defined as a place where you are sheltered from trouble. A safe place. We all know what it is like to long for this type of protection and in our yearning, we seek illusions of refuge in things that we can control; the next Neftlix episode, the […]

Even in Your Wandering 3

A few years ago, I was at a seminary gathering where we were discussing our thoughts and opinions on baptism. As we were talking, my friend Steve’s face lit up and he shouted with a sense of earnestness and desperation in his voice, “You know what? I would love to […]

Grace Beyond Borders 3

During a time where our world seems constantly divided, our very own Kyu Hahn shares his encounter with seeing God present on both sides of a big issue and calls us all to seek justice and mercy for the most vulnerable in our world. January 9th, 2017, I was sitting […]

Worshiping as One Nation, Under God

“After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude That no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, Standing before the throne and before the lamb.”    -Revelation 7.9 Sitting in one of the first worship services at Calvin Symposium, what struck me was the […]