Tag Archives: incarnational

Finding Grace

Will scooped up another bunch of kimchi with his tongs and put it on the tray before passing it on to the person next to him scooping meat onto trays. He could see out of the corner of his eye … Continue reading

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Not Something to Be Exploited

Greetings in the name of Jesus, the Transformer! Hyeyoung, Sahn, and I are finally settling down into something of a rhythm in our life and work in Daejeon, Korea. After several months of preparation, our four Young Adult Volunteers (YAVs) … Continue reading

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Incarnational Cultural Ministry and Cutting Hair

As I prepare for my time living and working in Korea, I am hoping to live into an incarnational model of cross-cultural ministry. Sherwood G. Lingenfelter describes in his book, Ministering Cross-Culturally, how the incarnation of Jesus represented a person … Continue reading

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