Reflections on a Hit and Run accident I just experienced

“What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.” I’m taking a little break from the “series” for a little reflection. It’s been a while since I have felt the feeling that our lives hang by a thread. I’m grateful to be alive, that I did…

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The Four Spiritual Laws if it were written from an Eastern Perspective: Law 2

It’s well known that emotions tend to be suppressed in Asian culture. CNN has long reported that sharing weaknesses is “taboo” in Asian cultures. More recently, Sam Louie in his book “Asian Honor” describes “Soul Murder” where Asian adults “have lost their abilities to say no, articulate what they want, set boundaries, or even acknowledge feeling…

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A picture is worth a thousand words

My words tend to be dense; I often wrestle with words, shaping them to communicate Kingdom “reimagined” ideas. So I thought I should enlist help to design a picture instead. And that’s what I did. Let me share the picture then offer a few comments on how it got shaped.    Stamped on the bag…

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THE BIG PICTURE

What does the name “Kingdom Rice” mean? If “Kingdom” represents God’s rule and reign, and “Rice” represents what is common in Asian culture then “Kingdom Rice” represents God’s rule and reign on mission to sort out all the good and bad of Asian culture. Essentially, it’s “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth,…

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Past, Present, Future

Here is my recent prayer letter which provides a big picture summary to all the previous posts. I’ve enclosed a snap shot of the letter for quick previewing, but please click on this link to read it in PDF form and access all the links!  

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Wounded but Healing

I denied that I needed healing from being addicted to ministry, a disease that I’ve seen in many other’s ministries, and now in my own ministry and life. As much as I thought I did not have this problem because I’ve turned down lots of ministry opportunities and speaking engagements, the ministry was nevertheless still…

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