Greetings brothers and sisters… from Hong Kong.
Yes, I’m back in the 852, but only for a quick 4 day stint. In fact, by the time you’re reading this I will most likely be in New York and reunited with The Wife and Baby Chance. He turns one month on July 1st btw! Exciting times.
Back then when I would have to be away from The Wife, 4 days would feel like 4 months. Now with Chance added to the equation, 4 days might as well be 4 years! Thus, I’m extremely looking forward to the 15 hr flight back home mainly because that means I will only be 15 hours away from seeing mommy and baby in the flesh.
In the meantime, I do believe we have some catching up to do…
Let’s start with this masterpiece I like to call #JesusIsLove
I don’t recall exactly what inspired me to draw this in my notebook, but I can say that I’m a big fan of hugging and what would be more fulfilling and full of love than a nice big hug from Jesus.
The day before I left for HK, I had a great lunch with a young pastor by the name of @ChrisDurso who serves at @ChristTabernacle in Queens, NY. He oversees the youth ministry and has an undeniable passion to see this generation encounter God in great ways. A few weeks ago he played a big role in the success of http://MISFiTtheconference.com. I was only able to make it for the closing of one of the evenings but it was absolutely clear that God is stirring up something in the hearts of the young people in the Big Apple.
If you’re ever in this neck of the woods looking for an awesome time of worship and receiving the Word, definitely check out http://www.christtabernacle.org/
If you read my entry about what an amazing experience this past Easter Sunday was you’ll know that I couldn’t leave HK without paying a visit to TheVineHK.
Pastor @JohnSnelgrove gave an eye opening and extremely insightful sermon on the Parable of the Sower and the Seed. Mark 4:1-20
How’s your heart?
Soften my heart. Deepen my faith. Focus my attention. Produce your fruit. Amen.
See you on the US side.