Justin B. Fung

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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 […]

The Christian life

I love this. there is far more to this Christian life than getting it right. There is living it right. Learning the truth of God, the gospel, the scriptures involves understanding words, concepts, history. But living it means working through a world of deception, of doubt and suffering, a world of rejections and betrayal and […]

Whose side is God on? A outsider’s perspective on American Christianity

Original post: October 22, 2008; repost: March 30, 2010. I don’t tend to react very well when a person claims God for their agenda or their side or their country. As an American citizen, born and raised in Hong Kong, and educated in London, I have somewhat of an outsider’s perspective on the role of […]

Links of the Day, January 6

News Google releases a phone: Boing Boing looks at the Nexus One. Politics Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has cut back on her anti-Census rhetoric recently … maybe since figuring out that if Minnesota loses a district, it looks likely to be hers. Miscellaneous Chuck returns this coming Sunday; its star, Zachary Levi, gave an awesome […]

DC*B in DC

Last night, I went to see David Crowder* Band, whom I consider one of the most creatively, technically and artistically progressive Christian worship musicians out there. And it was awesome. Mark (one of the guitarists) took a pic from the stage to tweet: Some thoughts on faith, music and politics to come.

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