In this post, I conclude the series on the megachurch by sharing four reasons why I am learning to appreciate the megachurch.
Does the megachurch drive consumerism? Is the megachurch more consumeristic than smaller churches? In this post, I challenge some of the assumptions we have about the consumeristic culture of megachurches while also confessing its reality.
Is community even possible in a megachurch? How can genuine Christian fellowship be sustained at a church of thousands of people? In this post, I share the challenges but also challenge some of our assumptions on the nature of Christian community at a big church.
Are megachurches shallow? Are they a mile wide and one inch deep? Or do they actually have some substance? This is Part 2 of the 5-Part Series, “I Was Wrong About the Megachurch.”
In this post, I confess assumptions I held regarding the megachurch. This post is the introduction to a five-part series on the megachurch.
My wife and I just celebrated our ten year wedding anniversary. In this post, I share ten reflections from ten years of marriage.
Ever wonder what it’s like for a pastor to start at a new church? In this post, I share some of my joys and challenges very early on in to my transition.
There are things I’ll miss about the Asian American Church and there are some other things I won’t miss. In this post, I detail a few of my thoughts.
What does a pastor experience when transitioning out of a church? In this post, I share a few of my own experiences in the midst of my own transition.
My wife’s 10 year journey through medical school and residency has come to an end. In this post, I share my perspectives on the rigors and rewards of the medical pursuit.