The staff meeting of the week is usually on Tuesdays, unless there is a public holiday. It usually begins around 9.30am and never ends earlier than 12.30pm. We discuss what most staff would discuss. Then its usually a late lunch break for me. After that I would work on action following the meeting if there […]
I am currently doing a Zoom Christian Education course on “Interpreting Scriptures” for the church. It will run for 11 sessions and this Wednesday night I would be doing the third session of one-and-a-half hour workshop. Tom Cannon, one of our pastoral staff, gave the rest of the staff a basic training on how to […]
As election fever overtakes pandemic concerns, we answer the question, How do we pray for Singapore’s Election 2020? with a sample prayer.
The circuit breaker re-opening phase 2 allowed for more gatherings for religious meetings. What are the new rules and how are churches responding to this?
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.
I am pleased and excited with the makeover, clean-up and updating of this blog site. The generous website host and Vee my web designer in particular have put in their talent and time and heart to get this blog ready to fly off the mark. How do you find the new style? Give me your […]