Tag: FGA

Sour Asam

Sour Asam

Ever speaking to someone with high self-esteem?  Generally, people with high self-esteem as what I have heard and learn during John Rosemond’s training – they are self-centred, self-worshiped as well as entitlement.  By the way, these are description by John Rosemond’s Parenting by the Book.  Not from me. Recently I had a conversation with someone on […]

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Alive Together, Running Together

Alive Together, Running Together

We woke up before 5am and left the house before 6am, arrived at Sentul Park before 6:30am.  But the traffic was very heavy especially on the way to Alive Together Easter Sunrise Service 2011.  Since we came prepared (with our running and walking shoes), we parked the car in VIVA Residency and walked over to […]

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Sitting with the mentally troubled person

Sitting with the mentally troubled person

We brought our Cambodian helper to church today. I think this is the second time she followed us to Sunday service. Most of the time, she prefers to be at home. Elijah and Ariel were at their children church, so Retna, Baby Inez, helper and I went to the main sanctuary for the service. When […]

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Reflection on UFS & Spoon Fed Attitude (伸手将军)

Reflection on UFS & Spoon Fed Attitude (伸手将军)

Feedback I received from the Urban Food Sharing (UFS) team about our sons – they are helpful and resourceful when coming to helping to serve.  They are also very committed in getting work done. My feedback and comment about our sons – they should do this more often 🙂 Looks like ministry that we could […]

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The left behind of modern development (visiting Urban Food Sharing, again)

The left behind of modern development (visiting Urban Food Sharing, again)

Pudu was the bus interchange venue for me when I was in secondary school.  Pudu Plaza was the hang out place for me after Taekwondo class on Saturday.  Because we have a buddy whose parent was selling pork noodle in the hawker centre (which long gone now), before we placed ourselves in the video games […]

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Honoring God’s People

Honoring God’s People

Once a customer loyalty client from Singapore share with us, it took 80% of the marketing resources to acquire a new customer, where as 20% to retain the existing customers. I first got a call from Poh Beng when we first moved to Puchong, and looking for a home fellowship to attend.  We sent an […]

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Origami, a church campaign

Origami, a church campaign

When first received call from Lincoln, regional coordinator, region 2A of FGA Home Fellowship about developing a campaign for 2011 HF Leadership Retreat, I was telling Retna, “Since it is compulsory, why need a campaign.  Kind of wasting time to communicate this.” Well, actually a campaign is still required to make sure the retreat is […]

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Will You Still Love Me?

Will You Still Love Me?

On Sunday, elder Dr. Khoo shared a sermon on unity and victory in Christ.  I can’t remember the sermon title very accurately as where we were, main entrance or lobby of the sanctuary was surrounded by many people who talked loudly for nothing to do with the sermon nor the service. Thank goodness for the […]

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