Dat Nguyen

Press Services International

Dat Nguyen is a student at the Master’s Seminary and a member of Grace Community Church in Los Angeles, California. His desire is to be a faithful minister of the Word of God. He loves playing basketball and watching movies.

  • It is good to fight

    War, in its essence, has never been good. No doubt, it is an absolute necessity in many cases- to procure the liberty of nations, contain evil, preserve lives, and protect the weak. However, war has always involved damages, casualties, and suffering.

  • Hell is Real

    Believe it or not, Jesus spoke about the reality of hell and its danger more than the comfort and hope of heaven so that people would come to trust in Him and repent.

  • A part of me died when I became a Christian.

    “A part of me died” is a common phrase that refers to something significant to you. It is something that you identify with so strongly that once it was taken away, a part of you seems to go with it. That “something” could be a possession, belief, commitment, relationship, or spiritual attachment.

  • Doctrine is Practical

    The doctrine of the church is one of the essential doctrines in theology, and our understanding of the church will determine the way we do ministry and worship. The church is not just the building, but it is a community of believers. The doctrine of the church is crucial for several reasons.

  • To End all Wars

    In James chapter 4 verse 1, James poses a million-dollar question, which pinpoints the leading cause of all the conflicts and wars that are going on right now.

  • The Power of the Gospel

    The gospel is the central theme of Christianity. It is the core fundamental belief. Many unbelievers might hear the gospel over and over again and wonder, “Why do Christians want to tell me about this?

  • Heaven is a world of love

    Johnathan Edward was known for preaching hellfire and brimstone like “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God."

  • Dwell app review

    In Romans chapter 10 verse 14, Paul posed a question, "How are they to believe in Him of whom they have never heard?" Then Paul answered that question in verse 17, "faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of God."

  • The Necessity of the Gospel

    The gospel is the good news that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died for our sins and rose again, eternally triumphant over his enemies, so that there is no condemnation for those who believe.

  • A Brief Evaluation of Egalitarianism

    Nowadays, one of the most controversial topics in the evangelical church is egalitarianism vs. complementarianism.