A Weekend to Remember

God is truly faithful! We had many alumni come back for our 10th year celebration. We started off the weekend with a Reunion Service on Friday. We even had a video greeting from some of the alumni from Singapore who could not make this out this weekend. I talked about the importance of partnership in […]

Consistency Please!

Michael Venyah and his wife, Tamika have a ministry called, Soulwinners Ministry International. They have been on the University of Michigan campus for the last two days preaching on the Diag (the center of the campus). It has been really interesting to read some of the accounts in the Michigan Daily’s article and to see […]

The Greatest Game Ever Played

Christina and I spent our date night watching, “The Greatest Game Ever Played” on DVD. The movie is based on a true story of the 1913 U.S. Open, where Francis Ouimet, an amateur golf player played against the best player of that time. WARNING: If you don’t like people who spoil movies, please read no […]

It All Came Back

After the whole airport fiasco (4 hour delay), I finally arrived to the Friday gathering. I walked in when everything was finished and the people were fellowshipping together. People were getting ready to go ACCESS Afterhours (a time of food, fun, fellowship, friends… you get the picture). We ended up splitting into two groups and […]

Madness at the Airport

This is crazy! I should have landed in Chicago about 2 hours ago, but here I am sitting in my seat feeling frustrated. Thank God for technology – I am able to write about it in my blog as I wait in my seat. My original flight got delayed due to a storm. So I […]

Coffee Shop Politics

I was at a local coffee shop working on my messages and I could not help but to overhear a conversation between two employees. They were upset that within a block radius from their café 3 other coffee shops were going to open up. This was the gist of their dialogue:      Employee #1: “Can you […]

UM B-School Back to #1

I just found out that the University of Michigan’s Business school is ranked number one in the nation. The Wall Street Journal recently published their rankings. With this number one ranking, we are going to see more high-caliber people coming to the university in the next few years. This is very exciting. What would it […]

The Role of Television

Our hand-me down television that was over 10 years old finally broke down on us – the screen just went blank. It has been about a week now without a television. The more I think about it, the more I realize how television plays a significant role in a family’s life. The kids could not […]

Karissa’s 3rd B-Day

Yesterday we celebrated KiKi’s b-day. A rule we have in our family is that the birthday person can choose whatever restaurant they want to go to on their b-day. She chose Macaroni Grill. After dinner, we opened up her presents. It is amazing how a 3 year old mind works. She knows that this is […]

Subtle Influence

On the plane ride from DTW to ORD, I was flanked by two women. The one on my left was an older woman probably in her 50’s or 60’s (Lord, forgive me if I am wrong). The one on my right was probably in her early to mid-20’s. They both pulled out magazines to read […]

Raising the Water Level

Yesterday, while I was still in Chicago, I had an opportunity to meet one of the local pastors in Evanston. I really didn’t know what to expect because from the last couple of meetings with other pastors and church leaders, I did not receive a warm welcome – to put it bluntly, they were a […]

626 Mandate and Kids

Our family got together this evening to pray for the 626 Mandate. We signed up for Saturdays at 7:30PM. As we were getting ready to pray, one thought was running through my mind – how in the world are we going to get a 9 year old, 6 year old, and a 2.9 year old […]

Doctors and Ice Cream Makers

This past weekend at our married couples retreat, Josiah got stung on the hand by several hornets while we were all canoeing (his canoe ended up near a hornet’s nest). It didn’t seem that bad until we saw his hand the next day. It was inflamed and began to turn red, so we hurried into […]

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