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This is why I pray for those who serve in the war March 17, 2008

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ENGAGE Speaker Series: March 18: Global Poverty and one Christian Response March 10, 2008

Posted by peterong in ENGAGE, Events, poverty, Social Justice, Where You Can Find Me.
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Pastoral and Laity Ministries (PaLM). PaLM is launching another season of monthly ENGAGE Speaker Series for the Laity serving Asian American churches. The past seasons we had topics on developing Asian American youth ministry, as well as, Asian American Church leadership. This Spring we are presenting a series to equip the Asian American church to think about social justice and community engagement. Last month we had over 70 people come out to hear Director of Restore NYC discuss the ministry outreaching to sex trafficked workers. Please forward this to your fellowship group leaders, lay leaders or pastors who might be interested in attending. Our next ENGAGE Speaker Series announcement is below:Tuesday, March 18,2008, 7-9pm

Oversea Chinese Mission (OCM) church in Chinatown154 Hester St. on the corner of Elizabeth St.To RSVP, contact Peter Ong at peter@palmny.org (more…)

John Piper says “Hatred” (I wonder who he is addressing…) March 7, 2008

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HT: Between Two Worlds

Friday Conversations in Bryant Park on Tim Keller’s “Reason For God” March 6, 2008

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As a ministry to engage those people in the marketplace, I am hosting a weekly Friday Brown Bag lunch in Bryant Park this week (March 7th). We will discuss Tim Keller’s new book “Reason for God.” This is part of a ministry at Living Faith Community Church to build gospel community. My hope is that as we share a meal and exchange thoughts about faith we can get a deeper sense of the reality of God and engaging our faith in our workplace with those with questions. Keller’s “Reason For God” mends the lines that are often been estranged between those who proclaim to be skeptics. It will be a time for us to fellowship and to enjoy some conversation around the book. I recommend that you go out and purchase the book here (WTS) or here (Amazon) but your local bookstore should have it. We will meet at the Midtown Library at 40th and Fifth Avenue at 1 pm sharp and then head out to stake out a place in Bryant Park. If it should rain, we will meet a local conference room two blocks north of this venue. Please save my number onto your cell phone.

So bring your lunches, your minds and hearts to fellowship together and to seek out answers to these questions of faith.

If you are interested in joining us, please email me at peter {at} lfcc {dot} net or call met at 212-202-3264.