Justin B. Fung

Tag: broken

To alive is to be broken

Brennan Manning, The Ragamuffin Gospel, 64: To be alive is to be broken. And to be broken is to stand in need of grace. Honesty keeps us in touch with our neediness and the truth that we are saved sinners. There is a beautiful transparency to honest disciples who never wear a false face and […]

The day God broke my heart and changed my life (again)

Original post: March 19, 2008; update: January 26, 2010. March 19 was the day I think God really spoke to me about the direction of my life; this was the day that God really broke my heart for justice; this was the day I found my calling. Part of the fun (I use that term […]

Links of the Day, August 13

The Time Traveler’s Wife had its premiere last night. It comes out this Friday, and I’m pretty stoked. (Only a little bit because I may be in love with Rachel McAdams.) Also, Lifehouse contribute a song to the soundtrack. News France and Germany exit the recession. A bear’s on the loose in the suburbs of […]

A Broken Romantic

After my ‘poetic’ post a few days ago, I got a few responses from friends (and family) asking if I was in love and who was she, or extolling my romanticism. Actually, the post was inspired by a woman—one of my best female friends; it was in the context of a conversation with her that […]

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