“Departure Points” by Tony Siew: Book Reflection

Reading “Departure Points” was a breeze and I completed the book more quickly than most. The reading overtook some other books which I had started reading a few weeks earlier. I typically read about five to ten books at a time, dipping into any of them as my whim or mood fancies. The language is […]

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Thank You, Rev Dr Yonggi Cho

“Another one?”, I said to myself. So many notable servants of God have gone home to glory these past five years. I heard news that David Yonggi Cho, the Korean founding pastor of the 800,000 members Yoido Full Gospel Church, largest megachurch in the world, and founder of Church Growth International, had died at age […]

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Tabernacle of Holiness: meeting the pastors

They are a five minutes walk away from my home church, so I parked outside my church and took a quick walk to the Citiraya Centre, to the sixth floor where the Tabernacle of Holiness gathered for worship. The Tabernacle is a Pentecostal church with a track record of raising prophetic people with a passion […]

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Shekinah Assembly of God: a story of hope re-kindled

I must admit to being anxious about guest preaching at Shekinah Assembly of God. I had been resting for six months, staying away from ministry. In May I have to preach three times, two as a guest preacher, one in my home church. Will I be able to preach well or will I be rusty? […]

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