Justin B. Fung

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Isaiah 58: the chapter that changed my life

(Well, one of the chapters that changed my life–see also “The day God broke my heart.”) I pretty much underlined the whole chapter … A reminder, Isaiah 58:6-14: Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice, to undo the thongs of the yoke, to let the oppressed go free, and to break every yoke? […]

"Homeless at Christmas"

These poignant and challenging thoughts come from my friend Kurt: He was born to an unwed teenage girl. Born in substandard housing. He was first greeted by some of the most marginalized people in his culture. Under fear of death by a powerful politician, this boy and his family fled to another country and lived […]

Links of the Day, November 13

News A judge in AZ orders a Phoenix church to stop feeding the homeless. Cows and vehicles stranded by the flooding in Jeram Perdas, Malaysia. Health care Goldman Sachs’ analysis is that no health-care reform is better than what’s on offer … better for insurance companies–no, seriously, that’s what it says … (And since when […]

Links of the Day, August 10

News Typhoons Morakat and Etau hit east Asia hard. Here’s the BBC’s coverage. Human trafficking A tour guide in Malaysia is charged with trafficking. Trafficking in Taiwan. Watch the International Justice Mission documentary "At the End of Slavery" online tomorrow 1pm (I think it’s PST). Health care The New York Times offers a primer on […]

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