I recently took a Myers Briggs type test on Facebook and the result that I got was ESFJ. This was not surprising as I took the official test in 2002 and also got an ESFJ at that time. So, it looks like this application is pretty accurate. The application’s result states: ESFJ (Extraversion, Sensing, Feeling, [...]
On Mother’s Day, we had church service as usual at Great Exchange Fremont. At the end of the service, our kids joined us to give the moms gifts. When it was time for the benediction, Joshua ran on the stage and kneeled down in prayer… totally unexpectedly. Whenever I see kids acting in genuine faith [...]
May 7th, 2009 is the National Day of Prayer! In 1952, congress established the National Day of Prayer to be the first Thursday of May. Let’s all come together to pray for our Nation, our leaders, and our local communities.
For those of you who are married, how is your marriage doing? Is it still fresh, new, and exciting? Are you busy in your daily routines? Have you grown distant? Or do you hate each other? Whichever situation your marriage is in, I would highly recommend attending a Weekend to Remember conference by FamilyLife. I have [...]
Having a baby is a joyful but also challenging event. Things that we take for granted, like a good meal, could become an extra burden for new parents. I am running a ministry at my church, Great Exchange Covenant Church in Fremont, called GrX Mealcare. GrX Mealcare helps new parents by providing meals within the first few months of their baby’s [...]
Today I attended a presentation at eBay by Jean Tabaka about Servant Leadership, popularized by Robert Greenleaf. There are 10 characteristics of a servant leader: Goal Setting – aim for a larger and greater purpose Principle of Systematic Neglect – highly focused prioritization Listening – hone your skill to invite insights through questions. Language as [...]