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.
I don’t always experience the gospel. I know the gospel is the most important news in the world but it’s not always real for me. This post serves to encourage those who feel the same way.
If someone who grew up in your church experienced Same-Sex Attraction, how would they synthesize the Christian faith with their experiences? If a gay couple attended your church, what would be their conclusion of the gospel and their lifestyle? In this post, I suggest a few unhelpful ways Bible-believing churches talk about homosexuality with a few other considerations.
Should a certain type of preaching motivate me to leave a church? How do I become a better sermon listener? What do I do if I’m dating someone with a controlling mom? How come my surrender to Jesus doesn’t lead to freedom from depression and loneliness?