Most of his projects revolve around copy-writing, copy-editing, grant-writing and blogging.  He also writes short stories. 
Formerly known as notapastor, this blog’s tagline used to read: “a secular christian’s guide to evangelicalism.” 
Contact him directly at: the.ghozt.writer[at]gmail[dot]com
 Huan-Zung Hsu is my real name. But I sometimes go by Juan Zung, which is sort of a pen name. Also, in the original Chinese, my name would read “Hsu Huan-Zung,” and legally, in America, it reads “Huanzung Hsu.”
 I thought about naming this blog (foot)notebook, because I am really into using footnotes.
 Besides this blog, I have also worked on the SANACS journal blog and am currently running the blog for Trinity Church of the Nazarene, Monterey Park.
 The stuff I’m working on now are sci-fi/fantasy stories. If there was a strong genre called “literary science fiction,” I would very much like to be identified with it. Pretentious prick that I aspire to be.
 I have a statement of faith, of sorts, as a “secular Christian.” It is simply that I do not believe in any literal, supernatural beings such as God. I do not exclude the possibility of these beings, but any specific version of them remains dubious in my estimation. However, I do strongly believe that the practice of religion and religious principles is very helpful in my life. I believe in the principles of inter-connectedness between people and the universe, as well as between each other. I believe in the power of justice, compassion and equality. And I believe that some force moves all of mankind (and the rest of cosmos) along an ultimately irresistible arch towards justice and love.
 Gin & Tonic is my drink. But truth is, I’ll pretty much drink anything you put in front of me.