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 […]
With the circuit breaker ended and phase 1 of return to normal begins, it has become likely that more people than ever before will be working from home(WFH). Thus I thought a short video about what WFH for a Christian can look like would be important since this will likely be the new normal. Thus […]
View this post on Instagram My experience of working from home tells me be thankful for God's gift. #sermonseries #sermon #homily #circuitbreaker A post shared by Kenny Chee (@blogpastor) on May 10, 2020 at 6:23pm PDT As I said in my last post, the “circuit breaker” stay home stay safe season has compelled me to […]
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 […]
This has been an eventful week. The rolling out of the “circuit breaker” to halt the Covid 19 from spreading further in Singapore had commenced. On Tuesday, most businesses and offices closed or began operations from homes. On Wednesday, all the schools began online lessons. On Thursday I fetched my daughter home from a hotel […]