Justin B. Fung

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A prayer request for the church

As many of you know, the vision for The District Church is to be a network of neighborhood churches. We want to be “a church for the city” (as our tagline says), but that can only happen as we build relationships and make an impact on the ground, neighborhood by neighborhood. More specifically, you may […]

6 Suggestions for Christians for Engaging in Politics

[Disclaimer: I wrote this before I read Bryan Roberts’ “7 Things Christians Need to Remember About Politics.” Go read that first–it’s shorter and funnier.] With the Republican and Democratic National Conventions having taken place over the last two weeks, we can officially say that we’re entering into election season (i.e. that time when the general […]

When God answers

In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been so humbled and encouraged by the ways that God has stepped up and provided, through many of you. On several fronts, I’ve been reminded that God is faithful and does answer prayer: In the last two weeks, in response to the email ask I sent out, almost twenty people have […]

A word from Aaron: Houston, we have a …

… HOUSE!! If you were at The District Church last Sunday, you’ll already know this; but if you weren’t, here’s an email update that Aaron (lead pastor of The District Church) sent out earlier this week with the good news: It was two years ago that we began meeting and praying in our home as […]

I love The District Church

This past Sunday’s service at The District Church was a simultaneously humbling and inspiring experience. We’re in the middle of our “My Most Important Question” series, where we talk about some of our biggest issues. Part of the reasoning is that we don’t want to be a church that tells its people to leave their […]

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