ABOUT LEARNING TO LIVE
Learning to Live (L2L) is a discipleship and spiritual formation curriculum designed for individuals and communities seeking to follow Jesus, making and becoming disciples who are committed to living in the reality of God's kingdom, loving God with heart, mind, soul, and strength, and loving neighbors as themselves. L2L was written within a specific, urban, multicultural, multiethnic, multiclass context (Christ City Church in Washington, DC) but it also has much to offer to any and every Jesus-follower in the twenty-first century.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Justin B. Fung has also lived in London and Southern California. Having previously worked in mobilizing faith communities to advocacy, he currently serves as one of the pastors at Christ City Church in Washington, DC, having previously been part of the planting team and, for seven years, one of the pastors of The District Church.
A worship leader, preacher, and pastor, Justin's passion is for discipleship and spiritual formation that is evidenced by justice and peace, particularly in multicultural, multiethnic, and multiclass contexts. Justin also serves as a board member for the V3 Church Planting Network. He lives in Washington, DC, with his wife Carolyn, their son Daniel, and their goldendoodle Asher Russell Rodgers.
You can find him on Twitter at @justinfung and Instagram at @justinbf.
© 2016, 2019 Justin B. Fung
First edition: published Fall 2016; this edition: published Fall 2019.
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