All posts by David Cheng

Born and bred and in Orange County, David has wandered quite a bit both geographically and theologically. After graduating from Westminster Seminary in Philadephia, he moved back to sunny Southern California and married his beautiful wife Jessica. He works with data during the day, while also serving on staff at King's Church in Long Beach and pursuing ordination. In his free time, David enjoys reading, writing, rock climbing, and the occasional game of Hearthstone.

The Three Lines of Noah and Christ

The sons of Shem, Japheth, and Ham have a lot more to do with Jesus than we think.

/ January 17, 2017

The Problem with Our Past and Future Gospel

We need the good news of the present.

/ December 14, 2016

What Jesus Didn’t Say

Why did Jesus only partially quote Isaiah 61:1-2 and how that can be good news for us?

/ November 4, 2016

God’s Love for the Immigrant

What does it mean to love immigrants as God loves them?

/ May 3, 2016

Why Trump vs. Hillary Will Unmoor the Church…and That’s a Good Thing

Can a Trump vs. Hillary election actually be good for the church?

/ March 1, 2016

God Gives Us Many Metaphors

We need God's diversity of metaphors in our Christian life.

/ February 10, 2016

A New Website and a New Year: Thoughts from the Team

The RM team announces the new website and reflects on both the past year and the future.

/ January 12, 2016

On Being Bicultural and Christian

What does it mean to be bicultural and Christian? How might a dual culture identity be used by God for his kingdom?

/ December 15, 2015

Gospel-Centered vs. Christ-Centered Preaching

Is there a difference between centering one's preaching around the propositional gospel and the personal gospel that is Jesus Christ?

/ December 1, 2015

Lessons from the Ethnic Church, Part II

Part two to a personal account and reflection on what the ethnic church can teach the Reformed church.

/ October 6, 2015