TFC Leadership Retreat
TFC conducted a leadership retreat from March 3 - March 5, 2016 in a 3-day camp at Spirit in The Desert retreat center. The retreat focussed on Dealing with bitterness in life among participants.
TFC playing a major role in MYlife 2.0
SHINE Phoenix started replacing My Life on 3rd Wednesday!
It was a GOOD beginning as all youth and senior leaders from communities came and actively engaged in the discussion for My Life 2.0 development and individual accountability focus!
TFC participated in RAT Race
The Faithful City participated in annual RAT RACE ( Run Against Trafficking) for the 2nd time to raise aware against human trafficking.
The Faithful City was awarded the Volunteer Recognition Award for Hudson Park Beautification Project with the City of Tempe Award! TFC has been gathering every first Saturday of the month since 2009 to clean the park.
Sincerely appreciate the project managers, Samir Gupta and Nihanth Wagmi!!
City of Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell with Councilmember Lauren Kuby present the award to Pastor Yoo.
TFC presents for AZ Summit on Volunteerism
What would encourage a young volunteer’s long-term commitment to volunteerism and service learning? The workshop presented systematic measurement and reflection exercises for internalizing meaningfulness in serving the community and achieving self-actualization as servant leader. The reflective practice for meaningful self would facilitate a long-term commitment to volunteer activity. In addition, TFC introduced how to develop a relational accountability to sustain and grow a meaningful lifestyle servant leadership.
TFC Thanksgiving Gathering
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone with love of God that flows forever! So grateful for Jesus who brought life everlasting, family in his love, community of hope and passionately reaches to the nations faithfully and powerfully!!
Good time with TFC family for thanksgiving dinner! Great food, good people and fun fellowship!!
Sparky prays for ASU.
My dear youngest daughter Joyce! Before Taylor's Place was built, there was Sparky's Carnival (2008) and we made him pray with us :) We are at Sparky's Carnival in ASU Downtown campus and we made him pray with us again!
Beautifully grown up high schooler Joyce, love you so much!! Just simply Praise the Lord!!!
TFC @ Refugee Highway Conference
Pastor Yoo and Jessica Pullen presented a model of lifestyle discipleship and servant leadership in the diasporic community
and postmodern cultural context. Examined missiological paradigms of field work, seeking a Biblically solid and
culturally sensitive model to raise Jesus followers in today's complex and fast changing world. Most foundational and
inspirational root of multi-ethnic discipleship ministry, the impartation of Father's heart, will be discussed with
theological explanation and practical stories.
It was GREAT gathering with GREAT people. HUGE THANKS to Bonnie Lloyd and Cherie Gray!!
Web - www.rhpna.com
Arizona Blue Ribbon Foster Family Event
The Faithful City Crush Servant-Leaders did face painting for foster family children on April 26 at Chase Field as Arizona Blue Ribbon Association invited 1000 foster family members to DBacks game!
TFC recognized at MyFest
The Faithful City was recognized with an award for its service and organizational efforts at MyFest. It was a great award of appreciation for the servant leaders who have been serving the community with MYLIFE program.
SHINE every 2nd & 4th Fridays
The Lord blessed TFC SHINE so much as we start the semester with the great family from nations!
S H I N E - tutoring and mentoring meets every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month. Fellowship and interact with amazing servant leaders!
Experience, Connect, Learn and Serve the Community with Mentoring, Music, Art, Language etc.
Time : 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: 1040 E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
TFC SHINE Team presents @ MyLife
The SHINE Project Team which has been working throughout the semester to empower underprivileged youth through mentoring and relationships presents @ MyLife.
SHINE! We are so grateful for SHINE participants this semester!! Go SHINE, TFC CRUSH Servant Leaders!!
S – Share Love.
H – Hangout and Help.
I – Inform and Inspire.
N – Nurture and re-NEW.
E – Eat and Engage.
TFC CRUSH Servant Leader Training
CRUSH Servant Leadership training started at ASU. Many young people groups from many nations with many exciting projects for the semester will be planned and done by all these good servant hearted young people! Huge blessing from God.
When : Every Thursday 7:30pm
Where : Memorial Union @ ASU
Certificate of Recognition
The Office of the Governer, City of Tempe awarded TFC a certificate of recognition for it work in helping the community and working to bring about a positive change.
TFC receives Outstanding Service Award
The City of Tempe gave TFC the Outstanding Service award for Adopt-a-Park program with Hudson park beautification project. Meanwhile, TFC leaders braved the hot weather to clean the Hudson Park once again on June 7th!
TFC makes it to The State Press
ASU newspaper The State Press took notice of TFC's regular park clean up and covered our activities in their newspaper. This month, TFC went about its regular schedule to clean the Hudson Park. TFC was joined by Tempe Metropolitan Church (TMC) who have been helping TFC clean Hudson Park since October 2011. After cleaning, there was BBQ and sports where people from the neighborhood joined in.
Pastor Yoo talks about "Relational Inspiration for Lifestyle Servant Leadership" .
Pastor Sanghoon Yoo talked about how relationship building is a key part of servant leadership. He presented the servant leadership lifestyle followed at TFC which is based on building sincere relationships, mentoring and multi-cultural sensitivity.
COMPEF Network was activated to help out at a Mobile Home Park.
COMPEF being put in action when a fire broke out at a Mobile Home Park in Tempe. Fire and Police departments rushed to put out the fire and salvage the property. The fire broke out in the Manager's Mobile Home, which also housed the electricity grid for the entire Mobile Park. Due to the fire, the entire community was left without electricity on the hottest day of the year. COMPEF network was set in motion by the Mike Reichling from the Fire department...