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Deeper thoughts on Qing Ming & The Resurrection of Christ : Where would humans be after death?

Qing Ming and The Destination of Death I often thought about where people would go after death. These thoughts were on my mind even before I became a Christian. Growing up in a Chinese family, as is typical of our traditional practice, our family members were obligated to visit our

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Posted on 31 Mar 2021

My Journey to Apprenticeship

Hi everyone! I’m Ruth Voon and my hometown is Kuantan in Pahang. Back at Kuantan, people know me as Yan Wen (my Chinese name). I started using the name Ruth in university because it was a name given by a pastor back at my high school because it was easier

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Posted on 28 Mar 2021

Reflections on Attack on Titan

It was Chinese New Year, CNY for short, and I was back at my parent’s house. This year’s CNY was slightly different due to the uprising Covid-19 cases and the consequent Malaysian lockdown where our traditional house-hopping/visitation was no longer allowed in efforts to curb the virus. With that, there

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Posted on 22 Feb 2021

Whose Birth Exactly Are We Celebrating on Christmas?

Whose birth exactly are we celebrating on Christmas? Yup. It’s Jesus Christ’s. That wasn’t a trick question. Even non-Christians have at least heard about CHRISTmas being the celebration of CHRIST’s birth. But for us CHRISTians who have become so used to this fact, I hope that the significance of Christ’s

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Posted on 26 Dec 2020

The Story of Wibrandis Samuel Sam

This post was written by Joni and Sam in recount of the birth of their daughter, Wibrandis Samuel Sam. On the 31st of July, I folded and tucked away the last few pieces of my baby girl’s clothing. I had spent most of MCO preparing for her arrival and just

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Posted on 24 Dec 2020

Where’s the PEACE in Christmas?

♩ ♬ It’s the most wonderful time of the year…♪ ♫ Ohhh Christmas… that time of the year where you can’t help but get that warm, jolly feeling as you stroll through beautifully-decorated malls (I hear Mid Valley Megamall’s decorations are pretty nice this time around) and get recommended specially-curated

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Posted on 22 Dec 2020

Is Christmas Even Worth Celebrating?

This blogpost is part of our Christmas series this year. When I was studying in Canada, Christmas was HUGEEEE! Everyone looked forward to it, they counted down the days to it even in October! Imagine also having a White Christmas with snow all around you, it was actually kinda magical

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Posted on 17 Dec 2020

#GodsStory ft. Timothy: Biblical Theology in Genesis and the Yearning for Home

A view of Malaysia from Singapore, circa 2014Genesis: A grand mise-en-scene from the premise of the Garden to the promise of the Gospel. Going through the book of Genesis with my Growth Group (GG) in Bandar Sunway has been an illuminating experience for me. In Genesis 1-2, we learned of

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Posted on 7 Dec 2020