Sunday, December 23, 2007

Merry Christmas

Twas a few days before Christmas, when all through the land, the lights were all glowing with a message so grand. Christ was the message behind all the gifts and the trees, with a message of hope that can set men free. For all His grace and His blessings that surrounded my year, I give God thanks for His presence so near.

Praise You Jesus, our Emmanuel, You have dwelt among men and have saved us from hell. You are the reason behind all this cheer, it's Your grace that sustains us, year after year. May your Kingdom expand and may your Church shine so bright, for You shine within us, for You are the Light. May 2008 bring us blessings so bright ... Merry Christmas to all ... and to all a good night.

Currently Listening
A Very Special Christmas
By U2
Christmas, Baby Please Come Home

Sunday, December 09, 2007

U2 3D + Podcast Updates

Podcast Updates
We finished our series on Colossians this past weekend. You can get the sermon outlines and MP3's below.

Part 5 of 6: Living a Christ-Saturated Life
  • Sermon MP3 download here
  • Sermon Outline download here

Part 6 of 6: Making the Most of Life
  • Sermon MP3 download here
  • Sermon Outline download here
Memory Verses updated here.

Currently Listening
Joshua Tree (Remastered / Expanded)
(Super Deluxe Edition) (2CD/DVD)
By U2
Rise Up

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Bowling, Beauty and U2 Baby!

At the Strike at King Street Wharf

Our pastoral staff at Wesley Mission went bowling last week and we had a blast. Our champ was Kao Lee (who oversees the Chinese congregation), followed by yours truly, and third place was my fellow American Don Everhart. A couple of our admin staff were in golf mode, thinking the lowest score wins ... but it was fun hanging out in a casual setting for a change. I posted some more pictures here.

Hyun's Interview in ReSEARCH Magazine

Hyun hates it when I brag about her, but she was interviewed recently for a University of New South Wales science magazine "ReSEARCH". I put up some more pictures and the link to the magazine site here. (This part of the post might disappear once Hyun finds out what I did! So read it while you can! :)

And last but not least, U2 has released a 20th anniversary edition of their classic album Joshua Tree. This was the album that skyrocketed them to super stardom. Not only is the album completely remastered, the Super Deluxe version also comes with a second CD of B-sides and rarities PLUS a DVD of their concert in Paris from 1987. Simply awesome.

Currently Listening
Joshua Tree (Remastered / Expanded)
(Super Deluxe Edition) (2CD/DVD)
By U2
Running to Stand Still

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Podcasts and Pictures Update

Podcast Updates

Colossians 1:15-23 Christ Is Supreme

Sermon MP3 (iTunes) Download
Sermon Outline Download

Colossians 1:24-2:5 Keeping Christ Supreme

Sermon MP3 (iTunes) Download
Sermon Outline Download

Colossians 2:6-23 Christ Is Enough

Sermon MP3 (iTunes) Download
Sermon Outline Download

Weekly Memory Verses Updated

Picture Updates

My Uncle and Aunt from Arizona visited recently and so I was able to start playing with my camera a bit more. You can view some pictures here. I'm glad they were able to visit before we moved.

And also, my friend, Samuel Son from New Zealand, moved to Sydney last year and just opened up a new chiropractic clinic in Burwood. I took a few pictures of the opening service here. Sam and his family has been a huge blessing to me this year with their help during our morning services at Wesley. It's been great serving together and getting to know each other more this year as well. Stop by his clinic if you need someone to look at your back. The address is 72 Burwood Road in Burwood.

Currently Listening
Joshua Tree (Remastered / Expanded)
(Super Deluxe Edition) (2CD/DVD)
By U2
With or Without You

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

The Artistry of Prayer

A Beginning

We began a new series on the book of Colossians this past weekend. The first part of the seven-part series, "The Artistry of Prayer", can be downloaded below.
  • Sermon MP3 (iTunes) can be downloaded here.
  • Sermon Outline can be downloaded here.
An End

This series should take us through to the end of the year. I cannot believe 2007 is almost over! It went by in the blink of an eye. But I am thoroughly looking forward to 2008 - a year of new beginnings :) And the photo above isn't connected to anything ... just a random picture from the Sydney Aquarium.

Currently Watching
NFL Super Bowl Collection - Dallas Cowboys
By Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith

Monday, November 05, 2007

A Sermon You Must Listen To

A prophetic word for our generation by Paul Washer. You can download this message and others here. A powerful experience, a humbling experience ... a refreshing time of self-examination. You must listen to this. [Thanks Sam for the link!]

Currently Listening
Under a Blood Red Sky
By U2
40 (Live)

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

When Blurry Is Good

At Hyde Park

At Hyde Park

The huge (and almost endless) ocean views of San Diego

Hyun and I were playing with our new camera over the weekend while enjoying the great weather we've been having. I think we're going to revisit every tourist spot in Sydney after we get the hang of using a DSLR - it's amazing what a blurry background can do for a photo =) And I threw in a token photo from our trip to the US. Some day I hope to post the rest of our pictures from our trip ... keyword: some day. Anyways ...

Average Joe - Part 4 of 4

We finished our series on the book of Jonah this past Sunday. There's something very satisfying about going through (and completing) a study on a book in the Bible. I think more than a topical series, a book study feels much more rewarding to me at the moment. Lord willing, I'd love to finish every book in the Bible before heading "Home" ... Lord willing.
  • Sermon MP3 (iTunes) can be downloaded here.
  • Sermon Outline can be downloaded here.
The weekly memory verse podcast has also been updated.

Currently Listening
The Unforgettable Fire
By U2
A Sort of Homecoming

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Super Bowl Preview

Average Joe - Part 3 of 4

We're almost finished with our series on the book of Jonah and I've been so blessed as I study and prepare for this series. Nothing compares to the wisdom and power that is found in the Word of God. I love seeing how deep Scripture can be ... each time I dig, there are more and more treasures to be found. And in chapter 3, I'm amazed at how widely encompassing God's mercy is for his servants and for the Ninevehs of this world. In the midst of our filth, God is still faithful. What an awesome God we serve. Here are the updates for this week:

  • Sermon MP3 (iTunes) can be downloaded here.
  • Sermon Outline can be downloaded here.
  • Weekly Memory Verse can be downloaded here. [1 John 3:18]

The Duel in Dallas

Most are calling it a Super Bowl preview, but this weekend's battle between the New England Patriots and my Dallas Cowboys is the most anticipated match up of the year so far. Though my 'Boys are major underdogs in this game, I really think they have a shot at an upset. Just like last week's game, I think this one is going to be a major shocker to the NFL world. It's going to be a major shootout. Can't wait! =)

Currently Reading
The Creative Leader: Unleashing the Power of Your Creative Potential
By Ed Young

Monday, October 08, 2007

New Series: Average Joe Part 1 & 2

We're in the middle of a new 4-part series on the book of Jonah called "Average Joe". My apologies for getting to the uploads a bit slower these days. After returning from my trip to the US, it's taken some time to catch up with various things. Here are the updates.

Part 1 of 4: You Can Run But You Can't Hide
  • Sermon MP3 (iTunes) can be downloaded here.
  • Sermon Outline can be downloaded here.

Part 2 of 4: Returning Back to God the Right Way
  • Sermon MP3 (iTunes) can be downloaded here.
  • Sermon Outline can be downloaded here.
The weekly memory verse podcast has also been updated.

Currently Listening
Achtung Baby
By U2
Even Better Than the Real Thing

Friday, September 07, 2007

Thanking God for the Life of Dr. James Kennedy

James Kennedy, the founder of Evangelism Explosion (E.E.), passed away and entered eternal glory yesterday and I'm sure a pretty cool party was thrown in heaven for him, for his ultimate homecoming. Both directly and indirectly, E.E. has been used to help share the Gospel to millions of people around the world.

I own a huge debt of thanks for this man's ministry that taught me how to articulate and share my faith. Back when I was in jr. high, and after tasting salvation for the first time, I was so pumped about the lost but had trouble knowing exactly what to say to my not-yet-Christian friends around me. I *tried* to witness ... starting with the book of ... ahem ... Revelation (!) ... and shared about the end times when Christ comes and final judgment. I would have informal Bible studies on Revelation in the school cafeteria, but I knew I needed to improve in this Gospel sharing thing instead of just answering questions about the Beast and the anti-Christ that were to come.

So in high school, some friends of mine from Hebron Church (Rich Khong and Joshua Ku) told me about the Evangelism Explosion course their church goes through and I was sooooooooo excited to sign up and take that course. We didn't learn much in week one, but the little I learned, I began to share with friends around me and I started to see people get saved (I think the homework for week one was simply to memorize the words: God, man, sin, Christ, grace) ... but hey, that was more than I knew before! So I took steps of faith, I shared, and God saved. It was the beginning of a new passion for evangelism and the lost that consumed my heart. And later on, EE combined with the Navigators Bridge to Life would turn into the basic Gospel message that I still use to this day whenever I preach to a new group of people.

So any fruit that came out of my Gospel sharing for the past 17 years was always somehow connected to Kennedy's ministry. For that I am eternally grateful. As I heard the news about his death on the radio yesterday, they shared how he would turn down speaking engagements (which would often be at very large gatherings) so that he wouldn't miss taking 2 people from his church out for evangelism training.

A humble and faithful man, used by God to train the world, for the salvation of many. This is one verse that I think represents Kennedy's life ...

"Those who are wise will shine like the brightness of the heavens, and those who lead many to righteousness,
like the stars for ever and ever."

Daniel 12:3

I'm so excited to know that he's shining in eternity now ...

Currently Listening
The Joshua Tree
By U2
Where the Streets Have No Name

Sunday, September 02, 2007

On the Move

Family Honor

In honor of Father's Day here in Australia, this week's message was from Ephesians 6:1-4 on the role of fathers and children in the family of faith. Here are the download links: Sermon MP3 (iTunes), the Sermon Handout, and the Weekly Memory Verse.

On the Move

Hyun and I will be spending the next several weeks in Korea and various parts of the US to pray and prepare for our possible (probable?) move sometime next year. Please pray for God's clear guidance for us as we meet with different people and pray through different cities. Thanks and hopefully I'll be able to update during our travels.

Pray for Robert

And I'd like to also ask for prayer for one of our worship leaders whose name is Robert. He just found out that he has cancer in several (about 6-7) parts of his body. He's in pain, but he still led worship today without letting anyone know until after our service. Please pray for God's mighty healing power to be displayed in Robert's life. Thanks so much.

Currently Listening
Wide Awake in America
By U2
The Three Sunrises

Friday, August 31, 2007

Free At Last

Koreans Are Free

The remaining Korean hostages have finally been released! Praise GOD! After six weeks of intense prayer and drama, and after 2 of the hostages being killed, the rest have been released safely. Our congregation can finally celebrate God's answer after weeks of prayer. But reports cite that the Taliban still have 1 German and 4 Afghan hostages in captivity, so let's continue to pray for their safe release as well.

Birthday Thanks

Thanks for all the birthday blessings that were sent my way. I definitely think all these social networking sites have changed the way people remember birthdays. And life seems to get faster and shorter with every year that passes by. I read something recently that said, "What I do today will determine who I become in 10 years" ... and with that in mind, it was time once again to set up new goals and renew old disciplines. My newest life-goal is to "seek wisdom".

Wisdom is supreme; therefore get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding. [Proverbs 4:7] Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom. [Psalm 90:12] If what I do today determines who I become in 10 years, then I want to spend today with God and seek Him all my days.

Currently Listening
Free at Last
By dc Talk
The Hardway

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Brief Update [EDIT]

It's been a busy week so I wasn't able to post podcast updates until now. MP3 memory verses (Lamentations 3:22-23), sermons and outlines have been uploaded. You can get the sermon here and the sermon outline here. My cousin was in town from Hong Kong/Korea so it was great catching up with him. Though we were both from Chicago, we've seen each other more in other countries than we have in the US.

I also wanted to pass on some links to some great resources too:

You can go here for some free MP3 downloads by Wayne Grudem on Biblical manhood and womanhood and also a few lectures on being a Christian in the marketplace (Buying, Selling, and Profit and also one on Competition and Corporations). He's written a book on "Doing Business and Pleasing God" which I think can be helpful for those in the corporate world. Also, here's a great link on financial help for Christians who are thinking about adoption. Pass on the info to those whom you think can benefit from these resources too. Have a great weekend y'all! :)

[EDIT] Podcasts Updated

* Weekly memory verses have been updated here.
(Philippians 4:13; 4:6-7)

* This week's sermon can be downloaded through iTunes here.
(God Honoring Worship)

* The sermon outline can be downloaded here.
(2 Samuel 6:1-23)


Currently Reading
The Unity of the Bible: Unfolding God's Plan for Humanity
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Daniel P. Fuller

Friday, August 17, 2007

Prosperity and the Poor

Christianity Today has an article on the rapid spread of the prosperity Gospel in Africa and it's heartbreaking to read that it is because of America they have this destructive teaching in their churches.

"[The prosperity gospel] is the most sweeping movement within the continent of Africa," says Dolan. "The African people at large in the church have bought into it hook, line, and sinker. It offers tremendous promise to an economically deprived people."

It's also an issue of controversy for some of the larger churches in Australia. But instead of holding up cash and cars in front of people to chase after, I'd much rather see the Western Church helping to feed the poor and heal the sick. There was a great interview of Bono (of U2) by Bill Hybels during the Leadership Summit last year and I think Bono's "Gospel" to Africa is a much better one for us to embrace and proclaim.

Currently Listening
All That You Can't Leave Behind
By U2

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Happy Days

Sunny Days

I thought summer was almost here until the sudden temperature change the past couple of days. But Hyun and I were able to enjoy the summer weather while it lasted over the weekend. I think these drastic changes in the weather isn't helping those who are sick. I was talking to a doctor recently and he was telling me that this was one of the worst flu seasons he had ever seen; thankfully we've been able to say healthy so far (my secret: wash your hands often, drink lots of OJ and eat lots of garlic :) I've been experimenting more in the kitchen and garlic is my go-to ingredient :) Mmmmm ....

Happy Cowboy Days

It's also an exciting time of year because the NFL pre-season has started and my Dallas Cowboys are back with a win in their first game last weekend over the Super Bowl champ Colts. I think it's a foreshadow of what is to come. PLUS Michael Irvin was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame recently too.

He was drafted in 1988 and after Aikman got drafted in 1989, I knew the Aikman to Irvin combo was going to be a special one. He was a bit cocky during his playing days, thus earning the nickname "The Playmaker", but later on he grew up quite a bit just in time for his kids. Here are some highlights from his induction speech:

A Changed Man

"The threshing floor is where you take your greatest fear and you pray for help from your great God. I want to share something with you today. I have two sons. Michael, he's 10, and Elijah, he's 8. Michael and Elijah, could you guys stand up for me. (They did.) That's my heart right there. That's my heart. When I am on that threshing floor, I pray. I say, 'God, I have my struggles and I made some bad decisions, but whatever you do, whatever you do, don't let me mess this up.'

"I say, 'Please, help me raise them for some young lady so that they can be a better husband than I. Help me raise them for their kids so that they could be a better father than I. And I tell you guys to always do the right thing so you can be a better role model than dad."

"Why must I go through so much?

"At that moment a voice came over me and said, 'Look up, get up, and don't ever give up. You tell everyone or anyone that has ever doubted, thought they did not measure up or wanted to quit, you tell them to look up, get up and don't ever give up.'"

Podcast Updated

And the sermon and memory verse podcasts have been updated. You can find the links on the right and you can download the sermon outline here. I had to preach for the 10:30am, 3:00pm and the 6:00pm services on Sunday so I was a bit more tired this past Monday, thus the late post for today. Well, have a great week and may you delight living each moment ... in His presence.

Currently Listening
Songs About Jane
By Maroon 5
She Will Be Loved

Sunday, August 05, 2007

A Sick Weekend


Hyun received free tickets to Michael Moore's documentary, Sicko, so we went to see it this weekend. This movie takes a look at the US health care system (or lack of it I should say) and compares it to various other countries who have a universal health care system. It was a very sobering and disturbing look at how weak the US system is in caring for people, especially the poor. You can watch some video clips here.

I never realized how broken our US medical system was until I had chance to live in Canada, Korea and Australia, which all have universal health care (to some degree). If people get a serious illness in the US, it will pretty much cripple that person's finances through major debt, but in countries with universal care, the system is created to make sure that getting sick won't add stress to your life by seeing all your money disappear because of all the bills.

I've seen specialists and the emergency rooms in each of these countries and I haven't paid a cent after leaving the hospital. I simply signed my release and never worried about a bill.

Governments and the health care industry were created to serve the people, not make money off of the people and I think that's something that bothered me greatly about the US "system". It actually made us wonder if we should stay in Australia =) But it also gave me a desire to enter politics for the first time in my life, hoping to bring about a change from the ground up ... establishing a system that will actually care for the people and the poor, as God calls us to.

Defend the cause of the weak ... maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed [Psalm 82:3] He who oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God. [Proverbs 14:31] He who is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward him for what he has done. [Proverbs 19:17] Do not exploit the poor because they are poor and do not crush the needy in court, for the LORD will take up their case and will plunder those who plunder them. [Proverbs 22:22-23] The righteous care about justice for the poor, but the wicked have no such concern. [Proverbs 29:7] Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.” [Proverbs 31:9] I pray that this will become the mark of the next leaders for the Church and for our government.


Sunday was also a good reminder of the needs of those who are sick. It was good to have Hermann and his team back for the afternoon service, but he'll be leaving for Korea to support his uncle who is very sick at the moment. Both of his kidneys have failed and so Hermz will be heading to over there for prayer, support and a little Gospel action too for several weeks. Please pray for his uncle to experience Christ and find healing.

There were several more congregation members who are in need of prayers that I'd like to share:

1. Margaret (who is a key leader for the 3PM service) was just diagnosed with skin cancer and asks for much prayer on her behalf.

2. Robert (who is on the praise team) is still in recovery from his cancer and will have an important examination on Thursday to see if he will need more surgery. He asks that the results will be negative for his tests this week and for a complete recovery.

3. Ruth will be going in for tests this Tuesday and asks for prayer concerning her cysts to not be serious that were discovered in her breast recently.

4. And for Sui (Sue), who I shared last week was found to be cancer free, is still weak in her time of recovery and asks for restored strength for her body.


An added blessing this weekend was the return of our anointed piano player Daniel David, so we recorded a bunch of new memory verses which should last us until his next visit. You can listen to the verses here. His music ministry sooths the soul =) Sunday's sermon (Growing Deeper Through Discipleship) can be downloaded through iTunes here and you can get the sermon outline here. Praying for healing for our friends and for the nations ...

Currently Reading
Knowing God
By J. I. Packer

Monday, July 30, 2007

Amazing Grace

Finally in Australia

The movie Amazing Grace, which is the true story of William Wilberforce, has finally arrived in Australia. It'll be a great outing for small groups to attend together and discuss afterwards. The official movie website offers some resources and study guides for you to use, which you can access here.

Podcast Updated

Last Sunday's sermon is uploaded and can be downloaded on iTunes here or through the podcast player on the right. And the sermon outline can be downloaded here. Have a great week and let's continue to stay in prayer for the Korean hostages in Afghanistan. Praying for a peaceful and quick resolution to this crisis.

Currently Listening
Your Love Broke Through: The Worship Songs Of Keith Green
By Various Artists
There Is A Redeemer (Michelle Tumes)

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Healing and Hope


Siew (Sue) is a congregation member of Wesley Church whom we've been praying for, for the past several weeks concerning her cancer. Last Sunday we just found out that God had completely taken all traces of cancer out of her body! Praise God for His healing hand and His answer to our prayers! Our 3:00pm service has a time set apart for healing prayer after each service and it's been amazing to see how God has been answering so many prayers in the past few months. Many have been healed, there are testimonies of divine protection in times of danger and hearts that have been recommitted to Christ after years of apathy towards Him. Just wanted to honor God through this short testimony about His faithfulness and power =)

Door of Hope

And I also wanted to promote a special ministry here at Wesley. The women's ministry of Wesley Mission has a special program called "The Door of Hope", which is a recovery ministry for women who have been sexually abused. It's a 10-week course seeking to help bring restoration, strength and hope in a safe environment. For those who would like a presentation done about this ministry in your church, or if you know of someone who could benefit from this program, please let me know and I'll be happy to connect you.

Podcast Updated

Last Sunday's sermon is also uploaded. You can listen to it in the podcast player on the right or download it through iTunes here. And the sermon outline can be downloaded here. I'm taking them through the purposes of a church and hopefully it'll help them establish a good foundation for the years to come :) Please continue to pray for me and for my time at Wesley, that though it's a temporary position for me, that it might be a fruitful one. Thanks.

Currently Listening
By Ten Shekel Shirt

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Sydney, Coffee and Chocolate

Sydney with Sabastian

Hermann, Minsang and I took Sabastian around Sydney on Monday. It was awesome to hear about the ways God blessed the New Life retreat last week, and I loved talking ministry with a fellow brother who has a passion for His Kingdom being built through the local church. I'm looking forward to see what God has in store for us in terms of future partnership. For those who don't have facebook, here's a link to some of our pictures. It was Sabastian's childhood dream to go inside a warship, so he was like a kid in a candy store when we went past the Maritime Museum.

Coffee and Chocolate

The Rocks in Sydney is going to have an "Aroma Festival" this Sunday (July 22) from 10am to 5pm, celebrating coffee, chocolate, tea and spices ... and chocolate! =) I think I know where I'll be having my lunch break this Sunday =) And here's a link to the list of venues that will be having stalls that day. For lovers of coffee, chocolate, tea and spice ... I think that covers almost everyone, no?
Currently Listening
Achtung Baby
By U2
Ultra Violet (Light My Way)

Sunday, July 15, 2007

Humble Eyes

Podcast Updated

Just uploaded this week's sermon on humility, entitled "Humble Eyes". You can listen to it through the podcast player on the right or download it through iTunes here, and you can get the sermon outline here. We'll finally be getting to our church series next week and begin developing Wesley's structure to be a bit more efficient and effective for growth and ministry. God always seems to be bringing a new group of old friends to each service, which I count as a gift from above. So thanks for those who make the time to come out. I count each of you as a gift.

A Song Behind the Sermon

This topic of having "humble eyes" is something God was teaching me throughout my college years. It was one of the biggest lessons of my life during those years, tearing away my desire to live for people and instead, to live for the Audience of One. It also led to me to write one of my first songs, with the same title. You can hear a sample here. Here are the lyrics:

Humble Eyes

A humble heart and humble eyes
To see myself as common in my eyes to see You
Ears to hear You, a heart that loves You
More than my own life I give You, Lord I need You
More and more I need You, more and more I need ...

Your humble heart, Your humble eyes
That saw Yourself as common in Your eyes that saw me
Your ears that heard me, Your heart that loved me
More than Your own life You gave me, Lord you saved me
More and more I need You, more and more I need ... You


Kiwi Buddies

The picture above is the group of friends from New Zealand who visited last week. It was a blast hanging out with them again in the city. It's been over 2 years since I last saw them at a retreat in Auckland. A lot of NZ reminded me of Vancouver for its natural beauty and its combination of mountains and the ocean. For those who plan on visiting Sydney, make sure you also set aside a few days to explore New Zealand as well ... if you're going to come ALL the way over here, you might as well hit that country too =)

And thanks for those who prayed for my niece Jaelyn, she and my sister are well and finally went home a couple of days ago. Can't wait to hold her =) Have a great week ... in His presence.

Currently Listening
U218 Singles
By U2
Original of the Species

Monday, July 09, 2007

My Beautiful Niece is Born

Meet Jaelyn Chung

My sister just gave birth to her first child, a beautiful and very cute daughter named Jaelyn. I'm pretty sure I'm not being biased by saying that my niece is very very good looking =) She's still in the hospital right now due to a slight infection so please pray for her quick recovery so she can go home to Mom and Dad soon.

I love this picture (below) of her peeking through one eye to see who's watching her. I'm sure my dad will be going photo crazy so it's just a matter of time before I'll have plenty of pictures to show off. Hopefully I'll be in the US soon to visit my new niece =) Can't wait!

Regular Update

And for my regular podcast updates, last Sunday's sermon outline and MP3 can be downloaded here, part 2 of our "Growing Firm Foundations" series ... a look at digging deeper into God's Word.

Kiwi Blessings

An extra blessing for this weekend was seeing a lot of friends from New Zealand who flew over for the Hillsong Conference which was held last week. I haven't seen most of them in over 2 years. It's very cool how God's been enabling me to reconnect with a lot of old friends these days both physically and through the net (well, mainly Facebook!).
Currently Listening
By Coldplay