Justin B. Fung

Tag: money

Exciting News, #1

As 2012 draws to a (busy) close and 2013 begins to peek over the horizon, I’m excited to share some great news with you all: Recently, the church’s Executive Team met and agreed unanimously to increase their support of me by $10,000 (for the year) beginning on January 1, 2013. They also affirmed their support of my […]

The Announcement(s) (and a prayer request and free music)

Okay, so I wasn’t intending to wait a month before getting back to you, so apologies there! Anyway, on to the news: I originally had just one announcement but I figured I’d throw in another–just for fun. So without further ado … Announcement #1: ONLY $1,000 TO GO! Thanks to all of your amazing support […]

Obama and me: a common journey

[Official White House Photo: Pete Souza] Yesterday morning, I tuned in to watch the National Prayer Breakfast online. I managed to catch the end of author Eric Metaxas’ keynote, and then the President’s address. I’ve always resonated with President Obama’s expressions of his faith, even from when he was a Senator, and before he ran […]

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 […]

Update from the campaign (10/7)

Events: On Tuesday we hosted a 350.org event, entitled Panel for the Planet. It was a great success, with attendees from across the political spectrum all supporting environmental responsibility. Dr. Fred Van Dyke, professor of biology at Wheaton College, was the keynote speaker, and discussed how politics could address the environmental issues facing us. Ben, […]

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