Monthly Archives: October 2010

Calling… The Great Distortion

By: Dev Menon Continued from here  – https://zbyam.wordpress.com/2010/10/05/calling-natural-factors So where we left of the last time is that very often in our Christian life, we are left with a sense of frustration – implying that we are not where God wants … Continue reading

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Asking the Wrong Questions

By: Elder David Leong Wasn’t it F.W. Faber (1814-63) who said: “Thrice blest is he whom is given, The instinct that can tell That God is on the field when he is most invisible.” Oftentimes we ask of God, “Where … Continue reading

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A Wake

By: Dn Ng Zhiwen Hi everyone, Earlier this evening (3 hours ago), I attended a wake. In case you are unaware, one of our church deacons, Alfred Thong (or Thong ‘ge ge’ as the cantonese brethren affectionately called him), was … Continue reading

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The Miracle Story – Adapted from the story told by Uncle Peter

By: Nathaniel Ng The Missionary at the Bhutan Border (disclaimer: I do not know the full details of the story, so for the story’s sake I shall be adding details here and there that would not affect the message and … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Army

Been reading a few books and resources here and there, and though they’re talking about vastly different issues, they all have a section on pastoral care/shepherding. They all concur, too, that shepherding is tough because we’re fighting a war as … Continue reading

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Gujarat Pt II

By: Nat Ng 10 days. 1 Country. 2 States. 15 villages. Numerous experiences. Pt 1. In the previous article I wrote about the overview of my trip to Chennai and Gujarut, as well as 2 of the 4 main things … Continue reading

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Come to Me

By: Dn Ng Zhiwen From My Utmost for His Highest, 8 October entry: “Come to Me…” Matthew 11:28 Isn’t it humiliating to be told that we must come to Jesus! Think of the things about which we will not come … Continue reading

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