Justin B. Fung

Tag: change

Celebrating — and mourning — change

This Sunday, our East Side parish will move its regular service time to 10:30am! It’s an exciting change — one we never had the volunteers, resources, or leadership to be able to pull off before, but one that I’d been hoping and praying for since we planted the parish. So I celebrate that we’re able […]

I am an activist

From my friend Adam Taylor, former Political Director at Sojourners, former White House Fellow, now Vice-President of Advocacy at World Vision: Social and political activism needs a better public relations manager. Activism is all too often associated with derelicts, rabble-rousers, radicals and extremists. This is in part because activists often defy authority, go agains the […]

One less place to call home

It’s strange being back in the UK for the first time since I left in fall 2006. Four years ago, I hadn’t experienced a year of integrating politics and faith with Sojourners in Washington, DC. Four years ago, I didn’t even care about politics; I’d never heard of Barack Obama, let alone volunteered for his […]

Lost Generation

Original post: August 6, 2009; repost: March 1, 2010. Always a good reminder.

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