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My name is Shawn Woo, and I love God, my family, and my church, whom I serve as a pastor. I write primarily to encourage and equip my church family to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength, by framing their personal lives and cultural environment in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I also regularly post my sermons, songs, book reviews, and album reviews.
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I live in the beautiful city of Cambridge, MA, with my wife, Hanna, and my two-year-old daughter Inae. I graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, MA with a B.A. in Classics and History, and from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA, with a Master of Divinity. I have served in various ministries over the last 10 years, including as the Regional Liaison for North America for the Lausanne Movement, Research Intern for the Center for the Study of Global Christianity, and Volunteer Staff Worker for InterVarsity.
However, my primary passion has always been the local church. After serving on the Pastoral Staff of King of Grace Church in Haverhill, MA, from 2011-2015, I was sent out to start a new church in East Cambridge. I current serve as the pastor of Trinity Cambridge Church.
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This is my personal blog. The opinions expressed here are solely mine and do not necessarily represent those of Trinity Cambridge Church.
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May I recommend the new book from Paternoster on Spirit reception in Luke-Acts?
Thank you Shawn for your article August 2, 2012
As a rower and folloer of Christ for most of my life, I thank you for your inspiring words.
I am now 82 and feel rather low mentally because of my awareness that I may not be able to race this coming year in the masters international competitions.
However you provide a way of looking at the sport which I have held for a long time, one of working together as a team… This came last week when we met someone at the club who had developed cancer, now recovered, and was encouraged to row once again. Listening to the encouragement was a wonderful example of Christ’s affection towards us