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Corson’s Concepts cont.
Fall Semester at Lincoln
Christian University, Lincoln
Illinois—Jason teaching as
Missionary in Residence
the powerful effects of globalization, new ideas and values can spread from one country to another more easily. I believe we have a part to play regardless how small it is. Previously, we brought
people back to churches for preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Now, we may have to bring
Christian influence into areas that we cannot normally reach with conventional churches through
some other options. Having said that, I have to admit this is tough and never ending work but the
following description has always encouraged me:
During World War II, a very determined-looking lady was seen marching down the street
with a fireplace poker in her hand. When asked what she had in mind, she said that she
was “going to the front!” Did she think that she could accomplish very much, just one
woman with a poker? “Maybe not,” was her reply, “but at least they’ll know which side
I’m on!” (Cook, 2011)
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Application is the best way for developing any new knowledge or skills. To share with people how
ABC thinking has helped me in my life would be more convincing than simply teacher-based instruction. Honestly, I’m still at the early stages of learning. What I can tell is that I have a much
stronger sense of direction and purpose in terms of what I’m trying to achieve in my life. At the
time when I resigned from the Education Bureau in 2006, I thought, as a Christian, I should do
something ‘good’ for my church but actually I had no idea what it was. The outcome was strong
tensions with my church – a lot of conflicts, frustration and misunderstanding, mainly due to lack
of communication. Most important of all, I was not yet ready for change! To cut a long story
short, I’m able to develop a clear and coherent direction and purpose this time – involving more
analysing, observing, questioning and so on. Understanding my limitations is a vital part of developing tools for growth and increased success – for taking more effective control. Such clarity
makes it easier for me to set priorities that are associated with that direction. To take one example, building up personal relationships is my strength but also my weakness when conflicts arise.
Again, the more questions I raise, the wider gap I may have with my church because we think
differently on some specific issues. Being a member of my church, I need to emphasize that it
doesn’t mean I don’t love my church. “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s
eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eyes?” (Matthew 7:3) Self-reflection always
comes first or goes with my criticism of church. On the other hand, a healthy church should collect views from people with different perspectives – that’s what my church elder said. Even so,
sometimes there is no absolute right or wrong but the relationship can be hampered or damaged
if you don’t deal with such negative feelings as soon as possible. This time thank God that I talked
to a church elder before things went worse. We had a very sincere conversation about our
thoughts and feelings. We still have different views on some issues but at least we understand
each other’s concern.
Another challenge is to tackle my “unsubstantiated fear” of the dark or ghosts. Some Christian
friends queried why I should fear, but why not. I come from a traditional Chinese family. Ancestor I.R.I. Office: important in Chinese culture. It is believed that the deceased ancestors would
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when you saw them late in the evening! At the age of four or five, I slept with my siblings in a
bunk bed. My eldest sister liked hanging her head upside down on the upper deck. Just imagine
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what I saw – a head
ing in the darkness! So, up till now, I have the trouble staying alone overnight even at home. Actually,I.R.I. never seen a ghost before but my fear is real. If I can overcome the fear, I would be able
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been frightened by their eldest sister!
May God give me the wisdom and strength for preparing me to face all challenges ahead!
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The car fund is growing! We are
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The Truck fund will continue due to Al having to come home early. We
will have to wait until he returns to Mozambique to purchase so the fund
will remain open for donations. Research has shown us that to obtain a
good quality vehicle we will need closer to $60000
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Please Pray for these Things:
Please continue to pray for the growth of those in Hong Kong,
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Pray for increased funding to continue the work in Mozambique
and other countries to which we have been called.
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actively pray. We believe that Prayer is the
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against Satan’s attacks.
Pray for Leonard, Jose’, George, and Titu as the Country of
Mozambique is in Political Unrest.
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