Richard Kwon

Press Service International

Richard Kwon is from Auckland, a regular lay person who just loves the Lord.

  • When consumerism meets Christianity

    Don’t you just hate it when you receive bad service? Whether it was at a restaurant or a retail store, when the staff whom you interact with is either disrespectful or being dreadful, it really diminishes your shopping experience and it might even ruin your day!

  • Ministries of the layperson

    You don’t need to be a pastor or a missionary to be involved in some sort of ministry. In fact, God has given all of us certain types of ministry and calling that we cannot escape from: calling at home, vocation and the local church.

  • Sour hour of prayer

    2020 has been a rough year for me so far.

  • Low self-esteem is healthy for you

    Life doesn’t always go according to plan.

  • Absorbing only a quarter of your bible

    From my observations and interactions with many around me, a lot of us read our bibles in a slightly different manner.

  • Why is my plant not growing?

    (Fictional) One day I got a small plant in a flower pot as a gift. Feeling much gratitude of the gift, I decided to give my best in making sure that this plant grows to its fullest stature and maturity, bearing much fruit and good fragrance for many to enjoy.

  • The discipline of Evangelism

    We talk a lot about spiritual discipline: discipline in private prayer, worship, reading of scripture and so on. However hardly anybody talks about the discipline of evangelism.

  • How can eternal reward be biblical?

    There are plenty of bible verses that talk about getting eternal reward in heaven for our good deeds.

  • Devotional time can be harmful

    As good Christians, we are often taught that we should have our daily devotional time, preferably in the morning before we get on with anything for the day. How do most of us conduct our devotions?

  • Covid-19 crisis: Is online-service okay?

    I am currently residing in South Korea, a country that was unfortunately hit pretty hard by Covid-19 due to our close proximity to China.