Learning To Pray Again

I was recently gifted a book called A Simple Life-Changing Prayer from my friend and superintendent Garth Bolinder. It was a timely gift, as I have been teaching a series on prayer and wanted to not only include a talk on the Examen, but also begin it in earnest myself. The pic above comes fromContinue reading “Learning To Pray Again”

On Being A Leading Korean Male In A White Christian Culture

I am cheering on Glen from the Walking Dead. (No spoilers, no worries). Glen gives me hope. In a bigger sense, outside of the show. More in a societal sense. Ten years ago a leading Korean male on any show of TWD’s caliber would be unthinkable. But we saw the beginnings of it with charactersContinue reading “On Being A Leading Korean Male In A White Christian Culture”

Speaking of Faith & Race in Katy, TX…

This week at Woven Church, we are embarking on a two-week discussion about faith & race thru the lens of Scripture and also the movie Selma. As I’ve lived in Katy TX, a suburb of Houston now for over four years, I’ve just begun to deeply understand the nuances of race and religion in Texas.Continue reading “Speaking of Faith & Race in Katy, TX…”

Holy Week Maundy Thursday: Seeing With Eyes To See

MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 17 Mark 10:46 Then they came to Jericho. And as He was leaving Jericho with His disciples and a large crowd, a blind beggar named Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, was sitting by the road. 47 When he heard that it was Jesus the Nazarene, he began to cry out and say,Continue reading “Holy Week Maundy Thursday: Seeing With Eyes To See”