Justin B. Fung

Tag: baptism

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 […]

Baptisms and birthdays

This past weekend, we celebrated: EAST SIDE’S FIRST BIRTHDAY (yeah, it’s already been a year!). Thank you for your prayer and your support as the first District Church plant has reached this milestone — and we’re still here! It’s a tremendous testament to the grace of God at work, cultivating relationships, and we celebrated with a cookout […]

We’re two — thanks to you

What a weekend! The District Church turned two years old this week, and we celebrated on Sunday in style–there were balloons and everything. In the morning, Aaron shared about the journey so far and talked about “A Prayer for the District”; we sang and danced to music from, among others, Rihanna, Swedish House Mafia, and Bill Withers. And […]

Tears of joy

Today, a friend of mine back in California was baptized (in the Pacific Ocean, no less). While I wish I could’ve been there, seeing the pictures on Facebook had to suffice. And even then, I got a little choked up. Ivan, my brother, welcome to another chapter of life. I pray that God brings you […]

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