Richard Kwon

Press Service International

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

  • I am not so hospitable

    The word “hospitable” is defined as: receiving or treating guests or strangers warmly and generously; characterized by or betokening warmth and generosity toward guests or strangers.

  • Wear your spiritual face mask

    There has been one definite benefit I have gained from all the enforced mask wearing – I haven’t caught even a single mild case of cold since wearing these awful and dreadful face masks since last year.

  • Giving – not only for those gifted

    I certainly am not well-off. I am currently a full-time student, barely having to pay off my tuition fees and my living cost. Yet, gratefully, the Lord has provided me with a part time position where I am able to make just enough money to live through week by week.

  • Essential ingredient for a Missional Church

  • I’m not interested in other people’s salvation

    It’s been a while since I have been a Christian now. I first met the Lord in my uni days, and ever since I have not departed from the faith. Though at a snail’s pace, I have definitely grown much since my spiritual birth: in wisdom, in Christ-like character, in doctrinal knowledge etc.

  • You need a car? Only if it will glorify thee.

  • 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.