Welcome!I am a servant following Jesus Christ. I am never accepted as fully Chinese, never accepted as fully American. But I know that I am 100% accepted as a child of God. My heart's desire is to see Asian-Americans grow in their identities in Christ and impact the world for His kingdom.
Monthly Archives: June 2008
Many well-meaning Christians, in sincere efforts to live lives more pleasing to God, seek to create so-called “multi-cultural” churches and ministries by seeking to make them multi-racial. This is a valiant effort, to say the least. God has a desire … Continue reading
“Your church is not biblical.” I grew up as an English-speaking worshipper in a Chinese-American church. When I went away to college, I started attending Boston Chinese Evangelical Church. I also started going to different Christian campus groups. The group … Continue reading
This month, I’m taking a three-week intensive version of Perspectives on the World Christian Movement. Most of the participants in the class are undergraduate students, part of a group that is giving students an understanding of what God is doing … Continue reading
Last year, at a chapel address at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Alistair Begg, citing B.B. Warfield, said that preaching is the most important part of pastoral ministry. However, George Barna, in his controversial book Revolution, boldly suggests that people’s lives are … Continue reading