Justin B. Fung

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Just launched: Learning to Live

It feels like long-established tradition to apologize for the gap in communications. My mom used to check in on me if I hadn’t blogged in more than two weeks — to see if I was okay! (She’s done that less and less as my blogging breaks have gotten longer and longer!) As always, my hope is […]

Finding God in Disappointment

[Adapted from Sunday’s sermon at The District Church, “Finding God in Disappointment.”] Have you ever been disappointed? Have you ever experienced disappointment in your life with any of the following: something you bought, some event you attended, some movie you watched; some job that wasn’t all you thought it was going to be, some degree […]

What happened to January?!

A strange thing happened. I turned around and it was like January had disappeared! If you’re like me, you’re wondering how we found ourselves in the second month of the year already. So here are some highlights of what’s happened in the last couple months, and a short reflection on what God’s been doing so far […]

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 […]

Celebrating 5 years of The District Church

I took this picture on September 19, 2010, when I walked through the doors of the cafeteria at Capital City Public Charter School and felt like I was home. It was the first public gathering of The District Church — 48 people and two kids showed up. It was a testament to the strange and […]

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