Rev. HM Tsui

Unplugged Sunday

11 December 2013
Published in Rev. HM Tsui

Technology & Faith

What is the intersection between ‘being plugged in’ (i.e., the use of technology) and our faith?

To answer this question, we should first acknowledge that technology can be a good thing — a gift given by God for our use. Technology should make our lives better; it should serve us well. But like anything else, technology can be harmful and even destructive to our lives if it becomes more than what it’s meant to be. In the Bible, when something becomes more than what it is, it becomes an idol.

What is an idol? How does someone/something become one in our lives?

Should dating or engaged couples travel together & stay in one room, just to save money?

 

Rev. Dr. Ho Ming Tsui

English Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

It's a scenario that I've encountered more-often-than-not: A young couple has been dating for a while, and they've started earning their own money. They've been busy with work, social activities and even church commitments and it's time to enjoy some vacation time. But they face a dilemma: How do they travel together? Is it even appropriate? Is it a sin? Can we do it if we only stay in the same room and not have sex?

As a young adult pastor, I am frequently asked questions like these. And my answer is always the same: The marital bed or room is reserved for people who are married. Marriage is an exclusive and permanent commitment that is both sacred and special (Ephesians 5:22-33), and therefore it should not be taken lightly. If you are not spiritually, emotionally, financially united, then you shouldn't be physically united.

 The Missional Church: The Missional Theologian

                                                                    Rev. Dr. Ho Ming Tsui
                                                                    English Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

The missional church always lives in tension. We want to make the gospel as culturally accessible (knowing/engaging culture) as possible without compromising the truth of the gospel. This is known as contextualization. This is not a new concept. The missional church enters the world with both wisdom and courage. Listen to what Paul says in 1 Cor. 9:19-23

Kenya, My First Trip to Africa


Rev. Dr. Ho Ming Tsui
English Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

 

Kenya 2011 was my first trip to Africa. I've heard the statistics before (and seen the sponsorship advertisements on TV), but to see the harsh reality with my own eyes was something else.

CCOWE Reflection

14 October 2011
Published in Rev. HM Tsui

CCOWE Reflection

Rev. Dr. Ho Ming Tsui
English Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

When I was asked to attend the 8th Chinese Congress on World Evangelization?(CCOWE), I wasn't sure what to think. Admittedly, traveling to Bali, Indonesia sounded great, but attending yet another conference on yet another topic did not. Ultimately, with the blessing of my incredibly organized and tough wife, I embarked on September 11th at 1:40 am after officiating my first wedding and serving as a groomsman for another wedding in the span of 36 hours. I've been asked to share about my thoughts for my denomination's monthly publication, so here we go:


I arrived in beautiful Bali, Indonesia on September 12th after 24 hours on the road, along with 2132 other pastors and church leaders from 37 countries. About 65% are international visitors like myself while the rest are from Indonesia itself.?

Reflecting on the Last Ten Years

Rev. Dr. Ho Ming Tsui
English Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

I decided to write down some thoughts as I enter into my 3rd decade: A reflection of sorts of the last 10 years. When you read it, it may sound preachy - especially to those over thirty - but please extend grace to me (it's my birthday!) After all, you must understand I preach for a living. Also these are lesson I LEARNED (sometimes the hard way) in the last ten years. So here we go.

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