Love Singapore Pastors’ Prayer Summit 2012: a personal reflection

The ice breakers were agonizing. One flat bonding activity after another. Immovable as a pew I stayed rooted to my seat. It was not the right attitude to have at the commencement dinner of the 2012 Love Singapore Pastors’ Prayer Summit. It was not because Ps Eugene Seow, the king of icebreakers, has handed his […]

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Book review of Streams of Living Water by Richard J. Foster

A mature faith One of the marks of a mature faith is that it is sufficiently secure to explore other Christian traditions and discover in them good which they can incorporate into their life without losing their roots in the essentials of faith in Christ. One of the early steps we can take to hop […]

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Massive revival among untouchables in India

The Dalit (literally,”broken people”) or the untouchables- the lowest of India’s caste system- form close to 25% of the total population. In Hindu perspective, the Dalits are regarded lesser than humans and are treated as such. Most of them are illiterate and destitute and are sidelined to undesirable occupations. They are like the biblical lepers, […]

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DUMC raid: it’s about what’s right for the marginalized

Shock at DUMC raid by Jais Already there had been issues that had risen in the recent decade with rights of Muslim converts to Christianity to change their designation on their ID, the Alkitab issue, and the accompanying bomb blast at a Kuala Lumpur church. Last week, with shock I read that the Damansara Utama […]

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