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  minna lee wrote @

hey guys …

don’t know if you remember me, but we met at quest last week. your names came up on the quest weekly update so … just wanted to say that it was so awesome to meet you guys last week and , ashley, i think you are a hoot!! for real! hope you guys have a blessed weekand will see you again at quest in a couple of weeks …

minna (the canadian OT) :)

  Wayne Park wrote @

Good to meet you too minna! – Ash will be emailing you soon.. and see you at an upcoming service!

  grace griffin wrote @

Dear Wayne and Ashley,
I am interested in knowing more about your church and your needs.

Please find a time we can meet, talk, pray for even just 40 minutes. God is giving me a new paradigm in ministry, as I have been pryaing for about 3 years for some new ideas. It would be awesome if God is giving us a similar vision so we could work together.

Praising God for HIS GREAT PLAN.
In Jesus,
Grace Griffin 676-0621
704 40th St., Bellingham 98229

  Wayne Park wrote @

Hi Grace! I will definitely give you an email / call shortly.. look forward to seeing you soon!!

Wayne

  Helen Cannon wrote @

I will be visiting in Bellingham from April 13-May 3 and am looking for a place that celebrates deep worship & the gifts and preaches the kingdom. Can you help? Thanks. Helen

  Matthew and Meme wrote @

It was great seeing you both this past weekend in sharing the celebration for Kim and Adam’s marriage. I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to see you both after all this time especially now that I feel I am confident in my relationship with Christ. Congratulations on your pregnancy and may the Lord be with you both during the coming months! We are praying for a safe and healthy pregnancy followed by many, many years of joy with your new little one!

Blessings,
Matt and Meme

  Wayne Park wrote @

Matt and Meme: it was a true pleasure to spend time w/you guys this past weekend.. I will say more via email. Hope to keep in touch with you two…

  alex oh wrote @

Yo, Wayne!

Hey, I’m home for the rest of the summer. I’ll be heading to Ohio to visit my grandma on the 22nd and then head up to New York for 5 days. Hope everything is going well, I’ll see you in a month or so. At work, so I just wanted to send a quick message.

Talk to you soon,
Alex

  Josh H wrote @

Wayne,

hey sorry i missed you this summer
are you ever up in vancouver at all this fall?
we should get coffee
Josh

  Wayne Park wrote @

Josh.. Josh.. do me a favor – remind me which Josh this is? Sorry for brain fart

  Hae Jin wrote @

Wayne – would you mind dropping me a note when SJ comes home? Would like to send her some flowers…..thanks and congratulations on becoming a daddy!!!!

  Darwin wrote @

Hey Wayne,

Thanks for the message at Quest yesterday. I really enjoyed it and I’ve been reflecting on it throughout the day today. Talking to others at dinner after service, I think many of them were also impacted as well. Just thought I’d let you know (in case you already don’t) that the sermon is online though I didn’t see any links on the Quest website yet. But, if you use the same format as other sermon links and just change the date, it works :).

http://www.seattlequest.org/sermons/2007.12.16.m3u

thanks for the reminder that: the glass is half empty.
but that’s a good thing.

-Darwin

  Allen Wilson wrote @

Hey wayne, I started a new forum for my website. I come to offer a section of it to you to use for mission:bellingham or anything else of interest to ya. Send me an email if you are interested, i can make you moderator of that section etc… Merry christmas! Check out the Christmas lights pictures we put up http://www.forallmagazine.com/christmaslights.htm – only 1 1/2 hours from where we live. cool place!

  Wayne Park wrote @

Darwin: that’s great – I was going to ask for the MP3 – you beat me to it. I’m thrilled to hear how the message has had a lasting effect on people.. it’s been several years in the making, with lots of bad stuff that got me thinking in this direction. Neways, look forward to seeing you next time at Quest!

  Robert wrote @

Mr. Park

A little off subject but…. Looking for a Jindo here in Bellingham. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Robert

  Wayne Park wrote @

If that’s a jindo (geh) – dog – I can’t help you there. I haven’t seen one of those in these parts for the past 7 years I’ve lived here. Will keep an eye out tho.

  Jenny wrote @

I found your church’s website and your blog recently. I am very interested in hearing your sermon on “Calling” tomorrow. Because you are meeting in your home, I didn’t know if it was okay to show up unannounced. Is it okay if I join you for worship tomorrow? A friend of mine may join me as well.

  minguy wrote @

Mr. Wayne Park,

I don’t know you too well, but Eugene Cho was my youth pastor. You knew my brother when he went to Soo Jung. I went to Rutgers with your brother. And now, seeing the link on Pastor Cho’s blog to your own, I presume you attend his church… and I feel like we come full circle. Or something like that.

How curious.

  JR Woodward wrote @

Wayne,

I appreciate your blog. Thanks for speaking to the gentrification of the church. Peace.

  Richard wrote @

hey, wayne. visiting bellingham for a few days, hoping to find a local volleyball contact.

  joovenation wrote @

bro!
after all those years… we finally connect once again!
and yes… i’ll be at trinity (deerfield). i’ll be starting this month! crazy huh!
well, lets keep in touch and btw i love your stuff man… good stuff and keep writing! :)

  Whan wrote @

Hey Waynster. How are you and the family? I heard Hyon O is coming to down in Oct for George Song’s wedding. Realistically, I don’t know if we’ll be able to get together, but I’ll at least let you know. Hope all is well my friend.

  leakelley wrote @

Wayne,
It was so delightful to meet you yesterday!
You just radiate joy.
I appreciate your work and all that you put into it with your positive attitude.
Here is your face on faces of Bellingham:
http://facesofbellingham.wordpress.com/2008/10/07/2215/
Thank you!
Lea Kelley

  Ken Barnes wrote @

I saw the entry about David Ross. I knew them in YWAM Hawaii. I was with YWAM for 17 years. I am trying to get in touch with them. Do you have an email. If you can’t give it to me, could you forward my email to them?
Thanks.
kbarnes77@comcast.net

  Mara wrote @

hey all!

my family and i currently live in chicago, and have attended a multi-ethnic church here since it’s beginnings. we love our church…it’s focus on racial reconciliation and relationship, and it’s mission and vision. http://www.thenewcom.com

we are in the process of praying about moving closer to my husband’s family, in bellingham washington, and would love to attend a church similar to ours in chicago, despite the fact that bellingham as a whole is not so diverse (compared to chicago). does anyone have any thoughts, insights…churches who love and strive for racial diversity because that is what the kingdom of God looks like? i would really appreciate some feedback! thanks so much!

  Wayne Park wrote @

Mara – keep in touch if u guys do end up out here in Bellingham.

While Bellingham’s a far cry from Chicago in terms of diversity – it is still a beautiful, progressive city. As a New Yorker and an ethnic minority, I know what it’s like coming from a big city and it takes some adjustment but still, it’s one of the most beautiful places to live in North America. Our congregation – http://rooseveltcc.org – is one of the more forward-thinking in terms of diversity around here, but there are few others I could refer. Keep in touch!

  Mara wrote @

thanks so much for getting back to me, wayne!
we looked at the website of your church, and it seemed very cool. we would be interested in hearing about some other churches in the area that have similar missions and visions, so if / when the time came for checking out churches around the area, we could have a few to visit.
have a great monday evening!!!


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