About the Bloggers


Samuel Lam

Samuel Lam: Samuel is a Bay Area native living in Southern California working in sports media. He blogs on many topics, including sports, music, movies, travel and especially faith. Sam also runs his own personal sports blog on his free time. Check him out at: Green Eggs and Lam & But At The End Of The Day.



Cindy Cameron!

Cindy Cameron: Cindy is the coordinator for Trinity’s House Church, The Fellowship. The Fellowship is Trinity’s alternative spiritual community focused on making deep connections and enjoying each other’s talents and company. We meet in our homes, where we build camaraderie around singing, sharing, prayer and food. Join us on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month.

Read Cindy’s Blog Posts HERE.


Christine and Albert Hung

Christine Hung: Christine is a locally licensed minister of the Nazarene Church. She’s a mother of three (soon to be four!), a wife, a teacher, a dear friend and the Director of Group Life at Trinity Church. Check out Christine’s blog at: calmingthecricket.wordpress.com

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Jeff Cao

Jeff Cao: Jeff is in a young man in his 20′s, living on the west coast of the U.S, just trying to experience life to the fullest while attempting to help others along the way. He offers up some advice on getting through your 20′s alive, passes around some hope while doing so, and throws in a few “life hacks” here and there which will, he’s sure, be entertaining to us all. Everything from finances, to family, to spirituality; you suggest it, he’ll blog about it. Check out his blog at: seecao.wordpress.com

John K. Lee: John stopped going to church as soon as he could drive and it’s been almost 2 decades that he’s been speeding away from the Lord. While John’s faith journey has taken him through some dark and lonely roads, God’s grace has gently steered him back to the faith of his youth. The recovering prodigal now calls Trinity Nazarene his church home and is trying to let God navigate his life as a husband and father. Over the years, John has had a lot of interesting and at times heartbreaking bumps in the road and with the help of his spiritual brother, Hekima Haynie, he’s hoping to share some of those experiences on his soon-to-be-launched (late November) podcast called: The Unlikely Prophets Podcast.

Read John’s Posts HERE.

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Pastor Johnny Cabrerra

Johnny Cabrera: Pastor Johnny is a Mexican-American guy, married to a Korean woman, with Korexican kids. Loves Jesus. Committed to youth and community engagement. Writes and plays music. Follows sports. Misses acting. Appreciates feedback. He’s also the Youth and Outreach Pastor at Trinity Church. Check out his blog at: catterflystillprocessing.wordpress.com


Albert Hung: Albert is the Lead Pastor at Trinity Church of the Nazarene in Monterey Park, California, a multi-cultural church with services in English and Mandarin. After spending several years working in theater, television, and the music industry, Albert committed his life to Christ in 2000 while living in Taipei, Taiwan.

Soon afterwards, he moved to Southern California to begin a new journey as one called to full time ministry. He is passionate about leadership development, cross-cultural ministry, and mobilizing Christians to use their gifts and abilities to advance the kingdom of God in the local community.

Read Pastor Albert’s Posts HERE.

JPjuly'12.001Juan Zung:  Juan is a secular Christian, practicing Christianity but remaining atheistic in his beliefs. If this seems completely contradictory, welcome to his world! He writes freelance copy and he blogs at Ghozt Writer. His posts on Christianity are found HERE.

NOTICE: All content on this blog belong to the original authors. The posts found here do not necessarily reflect the beliefs, policies or opinions of Trinity Church of the Nazarene, its staff or the Nazarene Church.

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