Growth: Uncertain belief still counts as knowledge…


TK – Deconstructing Defeater Beliefs
September 16, 2006, 5:31 pm
Filed under: Church, Emerging

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Tim Keller’s a pastor and theologian that I really respect and resonate with, not just because of his communication skills, but also for his biblical insights and passion to engage people in their culture and thoughts and whatnot in New York city where he’s become sort of a Leading Church Planter and teacher/guru in the area.

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What NBA player am I most like?
September 15, 2006, 7:00 pm
Filed under: Life in general

According to Rum and Monkey’s I am:

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Shane Battier
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Created with Rum and Monkey‘s Personality Test Generator.



Mr. John Mayer…
September 13, 2006, 1:58 am
Filed under: Life in general, Songwriting, Worship

So Johnny Mac’s new album is soon to be released… well, actually released “today” if we’re technically speaking since I’m blogging at 1:16am in the morning…

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Growing up as friends in the chinese church
September 9, 2006, 12:33 pm
Filed under: Church, Life in general, Relationships

I guess this post is just gonna be a quick review of some of the thoughts I’ve been having about kids growing up into friends at the chinese church…

it’s funny how when I was younger I felt like my jr high fellowship or my high school fellowship people were close but then in our formative years, we started making friends in our respective schools or other social gatherings and etc…  but it seems like now at our church…  friendships are finding its way back at the church.

In the end, it seems our church is what brings us together, our friendships have survived a length of time.  It’s just tough that now when people are finally starting to gather, to fellowship, to put these friendships in priority…  I have to move on…

*sigh*

I know God is working, God is moving, and I pray He builds up His church (including my friends) for His glory and to make Jesus known to more people in the GTA.