Why having 4 days of material makes a 5-day blog hard

While Pastor Ryan is on vacation this summer, he has turned his blog over to four CrossPointers. This week, Jonathan Howe takes over. Jonathan is married to CrossPoint’s Minister to Children, Beth Howe. They have two beautiful boys. Jonathan is the Marketing and Sales Manager with New Hope Publishers, the trade publishing division of the Woman’s Missionary Union, and also is the editor of justonemore.info.

I’ve really been struggling to come up with a blog for today. And after yesterday’s somewhat preachy entry, I wanted something a bit more light-hearted. Sorry, but it didn’t happen.

Since going to work a the WMU, I’ve really been more aware of missions and social justice issues. Ironic, huh? Anyway, I was cruising around the web last week and stumbled upon a blog by a pastor from Seattle named Eugene Cho.

His church has started a non-profit coffee house in the city, and now he’s starting another non-profit. This will be an NGO designed to fight global poverty.

Here’s the link explaining it. Please let me know your thoughts.


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