Justin B. Fung

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What is the Church’s task today?

Kaj Munk was a Danish playwright and Lutheran pastor, martyred during the German occupation of Denmark. He was killed by the Gestapo on this day in 1944. His words ring true for us today as they did seven decades ago: What is, therefore, our task today? Shall I answer: “Faith, hope, and love”? That sounds beautiful. […]

Just launched: Learning to Live

It feels like long-established tradition to apologize for the gap in communications. My mom used to check in on me if I hadn’t blogged in more than two weeks — to see if I was okay! (She’s done that less and less as my blogging breaks have gotten longer and longer!) As always, my hope is […]

Praxis Gathering: Planting Churches

In about a month’s time, I’m going to be leading worship at the Praxis Gathering here in DC. It’s going to be an exciting time — organized by my friend JR Woodward and V3, the lineup of speakers includes Alan and Deb Hirsch, David Bailey, Jon Tyson, Don Coleman, and many more (including a number […]

What I’m listening to: Liz Vice

Got to introduce The District Church’s East Side parish to Liz Vice this week. Check out “Abide” below. And then go listen to the rest of the phenomenal “There’s a Light” album.

Love your enemies (MLK Weekend 2015)

Luke 6:27-36: To you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them. […]

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