Archive for the ‘Church Events’ Category

Cash and Carry Jumble Sale

Saturday, March 29th, 2008

Cash and Carry Jumble Sale tent setup

I was pretty much conked off after my sales trip to Johor. Long distance driving to say the least was very tiring. Nevertheless I still managed to pull myself out from the bed after alarms went off and my wife called me on the phone to come over quickly for help to carry the goods over from the church to the SS14 field in Subang Jaya. (more…)

Jumble Sale! Any takers?

Thursday, March 27th, 2008

Jumble Sale! Any takers?Lily came up with a bright idea to organize a jumble sale to kick start the accumulation of funds for the eventual hope of building our very own Grace USJ building. Mind you the amount is no small matter, but we are believing that what might not be possible in the physical will be possible in the Spirit if God is willing. All we need do is just step out in faith, in prayer and hope for the best. (more…)

Shop-house churches must get permits

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

This is rather sad state of affairs. Government is using rules and regulations to curb the Churches expansion. The fact was, they didn’t even notify either via the media about passing this new legislation. They quietly passed the bill and could easily wreak havoc by saying all the Churches in shop house are now illegal and they have just cause to close them down, unless they apply for permit. Should the permit be refused by placing all kinds of restriction, then what? (more…)

Bug Safari VBS more videos

Monday, November 26th, 2007

Here’s some more Bug Safari VBS videos submitted by Ryan Foong. (more…)

Bug Safari VBS

Saturday, November 24th, 2007

Sure, I could only spare one day for this awesome event for the children (after all, I need to work). I could see the children and the youth had a very good time running this event. There were songs and music, funny entertaining sketches, crafts, story telling and outdoor games. Tell me which child wasn’t excited? (more…)

Apostolic Prophetic Foundations

Thursday, January 26th, 2006

Laying Apostolic Prophetic FoundationsWith the looming Chinese New Year just around the corner, traffic really was getting into a snarl for the past few days. Fortunately I was able to come back home early after making a sales call. I had been fasting since Monday and intend to carry on till Friday. It was just a simple fast, having some breakfast and fasted till late afternoon/evening. The purpose for this fast was seeking salvation for unsaved family members, to have child, and financial freedom from work drudgery. This was not a full fledge fast as I still get to drink water which helps. Seems to work, especially on work, orders seem to come by smoother. Hope it will continues as I try to find the time to work on my website. (more…)

Of Prophesies and Grace

Monday, January 23rd, 2006

The meeting hall in Grace KlangIt was a big crowd at Grace Klang. My wife decided to bring along the parent-in-laws to witness firsthand what it is all about. Unfortunately my parent didn’t want to come saying they were tired and it was too far away. My mom is a Catholic and my dad an atheist weren’t very keen to come for any Christian rallies. Someday they might come to the Lord, but sadly without any convincing victory in my life, and it is difficult to persuade them to accept the grace of God. (more…)

50 Hours Praising, Praying, Prophesying and Preaching

Saturday, January 21st, 2006

50 Hours Praising, Praying, Prophesying and PreachingIt’s been a long tiring week! My church, Grace Assembly had a visiting Prophet named Victor Kusi from Ghana who had favour and anointing from God. He was able to accurately see into a person intended future as the Holy Spirit reveals things to him. Whenever a service was held, the church becomes pretty much jam packed with people hoping to find out what God has in store for their future.

Not every prediction or advice given was good. Some were bad omen and should be prayed against while others are answers to peoples’ question as to which direction they should take. (more…)