Money Makes Good Insulation

David C

I’m a physician that often bridges very dif­fer­ent worlds. Voca­tion­ally, my foci are in inter­nal med­i­cine and pedi­atrics. Geo­graph­i­cally, I grew up in the sub­urbs but was invited and lived "on the block". Eth­ni­cally, I’m Asian and Amer­i­can. Socially, I’m an intro­vert that enjoys pub­lic speak­ing (mainly as a plat­form for ideals). Polit­i­cally, I lean center-left but have deep Evangelical Chris­t­ian roots. Aca­d­e­m­i­cally, I’ve stud­ied engi­neer­ing, med­i­cine, and health pol­icy. Faith-wise, I am decid­edly Christian.

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2 Responses

  1. Kerwin Borntrager says:

    Did you engage in an airconditioning fast yet? =) I agree that it is a constant battle when living in the city not to build a mental and physical castle again the onslaught of urban issues. One reason I haven’t put a fence around my property even though it might help deter certain crimes is the message and impact it might send to my neighbors. Remaining vulnerable as a context for relationship is a huge ongoing battle in the urban space therefore I’m still desperately praying for increasing revelation in my life of how to grow in kingdom relevance that will resonate throughout eternity.

  2. Jeremy says:

    Crucial comment there. Remaining vulnerable as a context relationship is definitely tough, but only possible if we are being bound up by the healing wounds of a Lord who was acquainted with being rejected, wounded, and abused. Discernment about how “vulnerable” to remain, though, I do think is a matter of following God’s Spirit, who helps us to distinguish between a bold act of faith and a brash act of foolishness.

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