Justin B. Fung

Tag: bible

Where is God in suffering, anxiety, and depression?

My good friend and brother-in-ministry Aaron Cho is one of the pastors at Quest Church in Seattle. He preached this weekend from the book of Job on suffering and delivered such a powerful word that I’m leaving it here for you. Meanwhile, at The District Church this last Sunday, Aaron Graham (our lead pastor) preached […]

An old way to read the Bible

I shared yesterday about my friend Chris’s new app Parallel Bible–“the world’s first social, visual Bible”–and I’d encourage you to check it out; it’s pretty cool. This week I’ve also been diving into an ancient practice of reading the Bible called lectio divina–or “divine reading” in Latin. It’s one way that Christians over the centuries have used […]

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 […]

Drinking like dogs (or, How God works)

I learned something new this week, a detail that blew up something I had been sure of since I first learned it, 20 years ago. [This may not be a big deal to you, but it was to me.] There’s a story in the Old Testament book of Judges, about a man named Gideon. He lived […]

Love your enemies (MLK Weekend 2015)

Luke 6:27-36: To you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them. […]

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