8/19/08

Epoch of Gracepoint Fellowship Church

There are a few in history who are privileged enough to personally witness a moment in history after which things will never be the same. This is such a moment.


Steve has since moved on from his breakdancing career to lead one of the mid-sized groups in acts2fellowship in Gracepoint Fellowship Church.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ohhhhh my. I remember that night. It was definitely a sight to see. That was the same night when Healy impressed us all with her operatic voice. That was a memory making evening, in many facets.

William Kang said...

Steve, I always knew that you loved the Lord. Now, I know that you really love him and that, if ever given a chance, you'd die for Him.

Hey Daniel, what's the name of the background tune. It's catchy

Anonymous said...

WOW! maybe gracepoint fellowship church should be renamed breakpoint after steve and pastor william!

skim said...

That is so wrong! I was part of the "S" group that sacrificed Steve for this breakdancing event. (Thank you Steve!!) Even if he may not know how to breakdance, he sure has a lot of heart and went all out. There must be some award or something we can give him for this? Or maybe being part of an epoch of Gracepoint Fellowship Church is reward enough. =)

stvleung said...

I've always heard about this. Now I've seen it. My view of Steve, my leader, is now complete =)

Anonymous said...

I didn't know Steve could be so ghetto! He's sacrificed a lot to serve God. He could have been famous!

Anonymous said...

wow... steve, i've never seen that face of you before, and i hope to never see it again. I'm glad you've moved on to become director of our group and have given up on your old ways...

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous August 20, 2008 11:34 PM

I think you mean "that side" not "that face"

are you really sister G?

Anonymous said...

This proves that you CAN have fun at church!

Anonymous said...

this epoch should have a sequel and a prequel!

Sue said...

I too, was part of the team he was respresenting up there. Someone asked, "Really? No one on our team can breakdance?" and we all sat in our circle in silence. After a moment Steve volunteered himself as a sacrifice for our team. Even as he was going up there a teammate wondered, "Can Steve really breakdance?" And someone else grimly answered, "No, I don't think so."