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Behold- The Name of God

What comes into your mind when you think about God? Pastor Charles Choe preaches from Exodus 3:1-15 and teaches that there’s nothing more practical in our life than to truly understand who God is. Please click the link below to listen to the sermon: Behold- The...

Feeding the Spirit

Why do we fast? Pastor Charles preaches from Matthew 4:1-4, teaching us that as we fast, we create a hunger for God and there is no enemy we cannot overcome.

Life of Substance

What does a life of substance look like? Pastor Andrew Kim preaches from Micah 6:6-8 and teaches that religious works without an intimate relationship with God is hollow and meaningless. He challenges us to repent of our fake religious exteriors and pursue God...

Heaven Unleashed

The story of Christmas is that God meets us where we are. Pastor Charles Choe preaches from Luke 2:1-7 and teaches us how we can experience heaven on earth.

My Compassion, Splagchnizomai

What need do you see around you that causes you to have com-passion, or a desire to “suffer with” others. Pastor Young Moon preaches from Luke 10:25-37 and shares how Jesus is our good samaritan and the compassion that He showed us should motivate us to...

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An Ode to 2018

An Ode to 2018

2018. We started off our year with a clear vision that it was to be one of discipleship. A year committed to walking with God. But what it really taught us was that it is God who walks with us. He showed us individually and collectively as a church that He walks with...

Skid Row Housing Trust aka “The Trust”

Skid Row Housing Trust aka “The Trust”

I work at the Skid Row Housing Trust (also known as “the Trust”) which is a nonprofit owner and developer that provides permanent supportive housing for people who have experienced homelessness, prolonged extreme poverty, poor health, disabilities, mental illness or...

Magnificent Juxtaposition

Magnificent Juxtaposition

Another year is almost behind us. As I age, an aspect of faith that I increasingly appreciate is juxtaposition – i.e. two very different things placed side by side for contrasting effect. In the past year, I was honored to be named Tapestry’s first coordinator for our...

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Starry Night

Starry Night

The topic of this illustration is "Behold our God." Depicted here are people in awe and taking in the sight of everything God has created in front of them, which is everything from the city of LA, to the stars in the sky, to the galaxy they live in, and many more...

Creative Spaces: Community

Creative Spaces: Community

While I was thinking about the topic of community, the one aspect that I was dwelling on most was diversity. Diversity in age, walks of life, careers and race. We come from different places, different lifestyles, different walks with God, but the one thing uniting us...

Breathed Out

Breathed Out

I was inspired by Pastor Andrew's brief description of how the Word came together: how it was inspired by the Holy Spirit and written by different people over a long period of time. I also was fascinated by the different shapes and forms the bible came in;...

Creative Spaces: A Thread

Creative Spaces: A Thread

Initially, I struggled a lot with coming up with a idea for this year's anniversary theme, "Threads of Love," but one phrase that I kept circling back to was from a song called Through Heaven's Eyes in the 1998 animated film, Prince of Egypt. It states: "A single...

Tapestry LA 3rd Anniversary

Tapestry LA 3rd Anniversary

Breakfast burritos, the Colburn school of music, taco stands, amazing teaching, baptisms~~ take a look into Tapestry's 3rd anniversary weekend! Thank you, Pastor Keith (Church of Southland) for speaking and blessing us! We are so thankful for all of our AMI family...