Tuesday, July 24, 2007


Church for men

I saw a blurb on Church for Men on NBC, and I like the idea of a clock running down just like in basketball game (in fact the church was held in a basket ball gym).

I was, however, disappointed to hear that their goal is to put those men into regular church. Argh!

That's not what I would look for in a church. It's got to be men-based because without it, women will butt in and have their insidious inputs. No wonder New Testament says the women need to keep silent: 1 Timothy 2:11-14 and 1 Corinthians 14:33-35, for starers....

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Thursday, July 12, 2007


Women dominates marriage more than men

I saw "Study: Women Are in Charge at Home" and reminded me of
Your desire will be for your husband,
and he will rule over you.
Genesis 3:16b
Men are called to be kings of one's home, but not absolute dictator with minute-by-minute micromanagement -- this is silly and waste of everyone's time. Men have their roles (prophet, priest and king) and women have theirs (see Proverbs 31) and each should focus on their assiged roles and everyone will be happy. Pretty simple in my mind....

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Sunday, July 01, 2007


Happy July 1

Just a quick update: we've moved to a new apartment and we're busy getting settled. It's been 1.5 years since we started to read the Bible from the beginning and we've finally reach Malachi last night. I was thinking of reading to the end in one year but we did get a bit bogged down (we've moved twice over the past 1.5 years: once from Austin to San Bernardino County and last week to Orange County). We've had few days where we were too tired to read (up late for one reason or another) or my sons were away on a trip or two. We've also slowed down in order to take time to read certain parts. And we've skipped few boring parts (like temple description or family name/property details). In the process, we've discovered/discussed things like sex ed, father-son issues, politics, Middle East issues, etc.

Also, we've started to memorize (long) verses. Unlike AWANA's, we're memorizing a whole long sections, beyond Psalm 23 or Exodus 20:1-17, like James 1:13-27 or 1 Timothy 5:1-16 or Romans 8:28-38 or Ephesians 4:20-32.

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