Justin B. Fung

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Is Christianity unfair to women?

I wanted to share this last week’s sermon from John Ortberg at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. MPPC is going through a series called FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions), and I know this question is one that I’ve had conversations about so I hope it’s helpful! (You can click here or on the image to watch the video.) It’s also […]

A new way to read and share the Bible

Excited to share this with you all: my friend Chris and his brother Andrew and their team have been working on a new app called Parallel Bible–“the world’s first social, visual Bible”–and it just came out today for the iPhone. Watch the video below, check out their website at theparallelbible.com, and check out the app […]

I’m giving my birthday away for Iraq and Syria

In just under two weeks, I turn 32. (That’s weird to see.) Anyway, this year I wanted to do something a little different for my birthday, and I need your help to do it. Many of you already know my friend Eugene Cho, and the organization he started, One Day’s Wages, “a grassroots movement of people, stories, […]

An important book for our generation

Just finished my friend Eugene Cho’s new book, Overrated: Are we more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually changing the world?, and I’m so thankful for his words. Notably: I fear that we might be more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually changing the world. I fear that we might […]

The vision of The District Church

Aaron preached this Sunday on the vision of The District Church, and it was for me both a great reminder of what God’s already done (and what we are thankful for) and an inspiring look forward to what we feel like God is leading us into. Some quotable quotes (my paraphrase, in some cases): Vision […]

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