Justin B. Fung

Tag: community

My Most Important Question

It’s become tradition in our church (at least as much as toddler-aged churches can establish traditions) to have a summer series entitled, “My Most Important Question,” where we have people in our community share about the questions and struggles that they’ve gone through–or are going through. We don’t believe that you have to leave your […]

Who’s in?

[Adapted and abridged from Sunday’s message at The District Church: “Who’s In?” Click to listen to the podcast.] COMMUNITY Galatians 6:2 says, “Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Bear one another’s burdens—whether it’s a burden of temptation, of sin; or a burden of a difficult situation, […]

A District Church Summer

[From the latest email update.] Friends, The last month has been very full–in a way reminiscent of the early days of the church, when there seemed to be so much happening that we could only hang on to God for dear life as he whisked us along on his grand adventure. Here’s what’s been happening […]

Go outside

Artist and computer scientist Jonathan Harris: Go outside. It’s important to get away from technology and experience the world. You’ve got to see your world, see your community, see what’s not being said what needs to be said. That’s probably the best way to figure out what you’re going to say. For me at least, it’s […]

You + The District Church = #Winning

What a year! In the last twelve months at The District Church, I’ve: preached the first seven sermons of my life; continued to lead worship regularly; and led a small group that, over the course of three semesters, involved almost 50 people, and saw three new small groups start out of it this fall. But perhaps more gratifying is what’s happened […]

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