Justin B. Fung

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How Do I Know? Relationships Edition #2

[Part 2 of the blog adaptation from yesterday’s message at The District Church: “How Do I Know? Relationships Edition.” Read part 1 here.] How do I know whom and how to date? Our city has one of the highest percentages of single people in the country; and our church is about two-thirds single. Before you read this, you […]

How Do I Know? Relationships Edition #1

[Part 1 of the blog adaptation from yesterday’s message at The District Church: “How Do I Know? Relationships Edition.” Read part 2 here.] How do I know whom to spend time with? We all face the same conundrum: what do we do with our limited time and energy? How do we choose where and with whom to […]

Keeping healthy

It’s been awhile since I’ve made time for things that give me life, that aren’t necessarily ‘productive’ but are highly conducive to my spiritual, mental and emotional health–things as simple as reading a book, or going to see a movie, or discovering new music. I realized that I needed to build a little more of […]

Wanting someone else, part 3: the finale

Welcome to the final part of this unintentional trilogy, in which I will, hopefully, tie up some loose ends. After the first two parts, I got various comments and questions about whether I might be putting too much weight on the romantic relationship. The answer is probably yes; and the reason is probably because I’m […]

Wanting someone else, part 2

Here’s my little follow-up to some responses to “Wanting someone else.” A few points to clarify: Actually, I’m gonna let Walter Brueggemann (theologian) do some talking first: “Sexuality is good and is ordained by God as part of creation. … Sexual identity is part of creation, but it is not part of the creator. Sexuality, […]

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