30 Aug 2012

Peter Chin Featured in the Washington Post

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While in the midst of a search for an interim pastor, we’ve been so lucky and blessed to hear the Word of God from multiple guest speakers. We’re so thankful for their generosity and their willingness to serve us! Two weeks ago, we had the pleasure of having Pastor Peter Chin deliver a message to us entitled “Why God Stops”, and he stressed that God is never late, God will never “run out of time”. If you didn’t get a chance to hear his message, check out it out in the sermon collection.

On the 25th, Pastor Peter and his work at Peace Fellowship in Northeast Washington was featured in the local section of the Washington Post.

“Chin’s choice to work and live in a mostly black neighborhood for the past three years appears to have afforded him a rare perspective.  ‘If we think superficially and we allow our first instincts to govern how we look at each other, then it’s very easy to think people will be prejudiced,” he says, “but when you’re a little bit open-minded, you build relationships.’”

Read the rest of the article here: http://tinyurl.com/peterchin

Photo credit – Katherine Frey/THE WASHINGTON POST

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