Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Seasons of Life

By: Elder David Leong Snippets from Alyn Waller’s book Enjoy Your Journey: Some Thoughts & Gleanings from Ecclesiastes 3:1-12 “When you play politics all your life – tricking and scheming to make life happen instead of allowing the will of God … Continue reading

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Spiritual Friendships

By: Joel Lee (PA Boy) Grace be to you from Christ Jesus. As I am reminded Saturday by Mr. John Chong Ser Choon, we are constantly so busy with our lives to even have some time for friends to ‘chill’ … Continue reading

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The Heart of the Gospel – 2 Cor 5:20-21

This is my attempt to abridge the absolutely mind-blowing sermon (7000+ words). If you have the time and zest, ask me and i’ll give it to you in hard-copy! Delivered July 18th, 1886 by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. 2Cor 5:20-21  “Therefore, … Continue reading

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Fences and Bulldogs

It was a sunny and windy day, and Jack was taking a jog around the nearby park. All a sudden, he heard a few loud Bulldog barks that came from over this tall brown fence. Looking around, he saw nobody, … Continue reading

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Self-denial & Joy

By: Jeremy Khoo Right now I’m preparing for the YF program for this coming Saturday, and I just want to share how the events of the past few days have just spoke to me so clearly on the lesson that … Continue reading

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Strangers No More

By: Calvin Lee We were strangers Starting Out on a journey Never Dreaming What we’d have to go through Now here we are And I’suddenly standing At the beginning with you Just like the Song Anastasia by Richard Marx and … Continue reading

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-Time To Reflect-

By: Jason Ong A couple of weeks before the retreat, I came across John 15 during a bible study session. It was a strong reminder to me of how we are strangers in this world in the emphasis on loving … Continue reading

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