For us who have little exposure to poetry its not to late to savour and appreciate it. Take a look at Gweek Culture and read this poem “Jurassic Gardens” with the comments to help, if needed.
If poetry does not interest you, perhaps sex does. So read the script of a sermon of Siow Hwee, a Presbyterian minister who keeps the blog Latria. His sermon was titled “On Sex”.
Ramblings and revelations is a blog of a teenager An Sen, who has done the Discipleship Training School conducted by Perth YWAM. He then went on a missions exposure to Mexico City for several months. He intends to write out the notes of what he learned at school. If you are thinking whats YWAM DTS you can have a closer look by following this blog. This is a participant’s view, not those official brochures.
“Freedom and Spiritual Formation” is a good read and I heartily agree with what Dr Tony Siew, of Revelation is Real, says here.
Sherman Kuek, of Sherman on the Mount, explains why the Roman Catholics do not allow liturgical dance in the worship service.
Terence Yeo, a practising lawyer, has this blog(TYCM’S blog” where he uploads his personal notes of Joseph Prince’s most recent sermons. He is diligent and now you can have a have a two minute look at JP’s sermons regularly in a digested form without having to pay for a CD. The latest is: “We ain’t heavy, He’s our elder brother”. You have to learn how to navigate around his blog to locate sermons. Manna from heaven is another source of Joseph Prince’s older messages in outline notes taken by Lindsay Lim.
You may also enjoy the thoughtful piece about “Living and Enjoying the Present” by Father Luke Fong whose blog is Reflections and Ruminations.