Portraits of Grace: Andrew (1 of 2)

February 2, 2016
Norman Yung

Portraits of Grace is a snapshot into the lives of the people at King's Cross Church. As "kingdom minded, kingdom people," we recognize God's work in every detail of our lives. We invite you to meet the people of our church.

Photo by Minnow Park

Moving to New York with my family was probably one of the worst experiences I’d ever gone through. I really didn’t want to go—it was the middle of my junior year of high school and I had to leave everything behind. I was so anxious and scared. I remember sitting in LAX waiting for my plane, feeling anxiety building up in my throat, and all I could do to calm myself was read my Bible. Keep in mind, I didn’t understand any of it. I couldn’t tell the difference between the Old Testament and New Testament. Jesus, Paul, Saul…Everyone was the same to me. But I still read it religiously (haha!) for some unknown reason and I remember reading through Exodus that day. I was reading about God leading his people out of Egypt, through the desert…and it filled me with so much hope. Even though I didn’t believe or understand it, I could see God’s promise throughout the book and it just gave me hope. (1/2)

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