The Marie Kondo season has come. Re-organize, give away, say “Thank you” and “Goodbye” to old stuff. This is not because of the approaches of Christmas and Lunar New Year ahead. It is simply that now that I have retired, I have been freed of many of the church ministry “To Do List” priority items, […]
They say mothers hold the family together and this is true. That is why Mother’s Day is more celebrated. Covid-19 changed the game. Now it was Father’s Day that brought my whole family together for an evening meal.
I had to learn the lesson of accepting my limits the hard and painful way. Obviously I was a slow learner because this was not the first time I suffered thus.
There was no choice. I had to learn fast how to record my sermons. First, I had to buy the wireless mic, and the adapter cable for the phone. Then I had to recorded my Sunday sermons with my wife’s help and the media team leader’s advice via whatsapp video calls. My Samsung Galaxy Note […]
Most Protestants do not know bother meditating on Holy Saturday. Who would blame them? As a pastor I myself hardly taught about it, or even thought about it. It is exposure to contemplative spirituality that led me to discern a rich vein of golden truths hidden in the tomb. The waiting in the tomb speaks […]
As is my custom, on my birthday I take off to a solitary place to spend some time with the Lord, reflecting on my journey thus far. Lord, Today I’m 64 Thank you for being with me For saving me For guiding me For using me For keeping me For blessing me For calling […]
I had a colonoscopy done. I entered the hospital with peace of mind. I had occasional reminders to not take things for granted even though both my parents were cancer-free. After all, cancer can happen to anyone. So the “what if they find tumours?” question surfaced a few times. And routine medical procedures can get […]