Glory // 榮耀 The Chinese word for ‘glory’ is 榮耀. My Chinese name is 盧耀國. My dad’s name is 盧榮林. Separately, they are the generational (middle) characters of my dad’s and my siblings’ name—榮 and 耀, respectively. What legacy will my dad and I leave to my children and future generations? My dad was a… Read more What’s in a name?
Ghost month. A period of time when the gates of hell are opened, allowing ghosts and spirits to enter our world. It is a time for them to feast on the food and drink offerings made for them. At the height of the month, the ghost festival (the 15th day of the seventh lunar month),… Read more Ghost Month
Well, it’s Day 4 of our new journey in Taiwan. We arrived safely last Wednesday and we were warmly welcomed by a fellow co-worker. To date, there are daily communications in the form of personal visits, phone calls, and messages from one or more of our new co-workers here in Taipei. All of them are… Read more Culture shock: the early days
On Thursday, 26 November 2015 at 2:48pm the Luu family—currently residing in Brisbane, Australia—welcomed into the world, Emily Maree Luu.
I find myself tested more and more by Joseph’s stubbornness and impatience. Externally, I’m frustrated by Joseph’s behaviour; internally, I’m wrestling with what is an appropriate response. I certainly lacking the grace that Julie exercises, while I wish I could share her gracious optimism, I’m characteristically responding a lot like my own parents. My recent… Read more Angry dad!
During my teenage years, God placed in my heart a passion for the nations, the time at which I thought meant going and sharing the gospel in the deserts and jungles of Africa. Since then, I’ve grown to appreciate missions begins here at home, in our own homes with family and friends, our work collegues,… Read more Now serving with OMF International