Ravi Zacharias: my hope for pastors and churches

Why was I reluctant to read the full Miller & Martin report about Ravi Zacharias? Was it because I could not bear to face the pain? In the past two decades I have seen too many of my evangelical and Pentecostal heroes falling by the wayside one after another. Months back, when I first heard […]

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Factors That Led To The Growth of Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity in Singapore

As you know, an essay of 3,081 words isn’t exactly suited for a blogpost but I thought this essay by Nicolas Wong would be beneficial for the wider Pentecostal and charismatic community to give us a bigger and better picture of the revivals of 1961 to 1980. I also thought Chinese New Year and home […]

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Have a Covid-19 Christmas!

The thought that Christmas in most churches would be a muted, quiet affair does not faze me. Straits Times’ journalist Lee Siew Hua wrote an article (click here) that sketched what a pandemic Christmas would look like for churches in Singapore. And nothing is likely to change in terms of the church’s programs for the […]

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