Justin B. Fung

Tag: love your neighbor

Obama and me: a common journey

[Official White House Photo: Pete Souza] Yesterday morning, I tuned in to watch the National Prayer Breakfast online. I managed to catch the end of author Eric Metaxas’ keynote, and then the President’s address. I’ve always resonated with President Obama’s expressions of his faith, even from when he was a Senator, and before he ran […]

Why The District Church?

Hey friends, Having shared some of my personal journey in Washington, DC: Chapter 2, I thought that you might appreciate knowing a little more about the church. (Let me warn you now: this email is long. Like, really long.) A Church for the City At The District Church, we want to be centered around and […]

God’s will for your life

Today’s commentary from slacktivist on the Left Behind series features a great section on God’s will–especially in its critique of the perspective which is prevalent in the American evangelicalism that subscribes to the theology found in the books. (Wow, that was a convoluted sentence!)┬áMany of you, I think, will know the kinds of things we’re […]

Some personal thoughts on Rep. Gutierrez's immigration bill

The following is cross-posted from God’s Politics and Faith and Immigration. The room was hot and stifling and overcrowded, but the excitement was palpable as people gathered to witness the introduction of a new comprehensive immigration reform bill. I barely managed to squeeze in, edging through the throng of people who spilled into the hallways. […]

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