Justin B. Fung

Tag: john ortberg

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 […]

Who you are

[Adapted from Sunday’s message: “The Vital Importance of Knowing Who You Are.” Listen to the full sermon here.] A couple weeks ago, I was with some new friends, and we were introducing ourselves, and the cue was What do we need to know about you to know you? That’s another way of asking, “Who are […]

Slow down

Hurry is the great enemy of spiritual life in our day. You must ruthlessly eliminate hurry from your life. – Dallas Willard In the spiritual life God chooses to try our patience first of all by His slowness. He is slow: we are swift and precipitate. It is because we are but for a time, […]

How do I know my calling?

[Adapted from yesterday’s message at The District Church: “How Do I Know … My Calling?”] “How do I know?” is one of the most common questions that comes up in counseling, in prayer, in conversations. How do I know what God’s calling me to? How do I know if I’m supposed to be with this […]

God always knows what you need

[God] always knows just what each person needs. He had Abraham take a walk, Elijah take a nap, Joshua take a lap, and Adam take the rap. He gave Moses a forty-year time out, he gave David a harp and a dance, and he gave Paul a pen and a scroll. He wrestled with Jacob, […]

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