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Reflections on Leadership

Reflections on Leadership It’s been 3 years since I started my apprenticeship in CERC. The task of an apprentice is to write a thorough self-assessment after the completion of 2-3 years of apprenticeship. This period of movement constriction order has opened up a huge opportunity for me to lock myself … Continue reading

Posted on 3rd June 2020


Protected: How I Overcome Burnout

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#GodsStory ft. Ze Woon: How BT Exposed My Ignorance of the Truth

#GodsStory ft. Ze Woon: How BT Exposed My Ignorance of the Truth If God only predestined selected people to salvation, His love is abhorrent at best. The only reason why Christians don’t complain about this is because we are the “lucky” ones, just like how terrible human dictators favour a … Continue reading

Posted on 27th May 2020


#GodsStory ft. Ghai Yein: Navigating The Bible Using Biblical Theology

#GodsStory ft. Ghai Yein: Navigating The Bible Using Biblical Theology Waking up on a ship all alone, in the middle of the sea, with no land or lighthouse in sight and no GPS to tell you where you are. This, friends, is a visual representation of me trying to navigate … Continue reading

Posted on 22nd May 2020


#GodsStory ft. Clarrise Ng: Not What I Want to Hear, But What I Need to Know

#GodsStory ft. Clarrise Ng: Not What I Want to Hear, But What I Need to Know We can read the Bible wrongly. I certainly have. But how does one improve?  Enter biblical theology.  I’ll be honest, I didn’t understand what “biblical theology” meant at first glance, but it has certainly … Continue reading

Posted on 20th May 2020


Why We Decided To Get Married

Why We Decided To Get Married Considering Marriage in a Godly Way – Mei-Cheen Marriage is often seen as the “happily-ever-after” that proceeds from the impulse of “love at first sight”. However, if Albert and I were to say that our relationship started off with, and is sustained by, “love … Continue reading

Posted on 9th May 2020


Why I Decided to Pursue Full-time Paid Ministry: Wei Kin

Why I Decided to Pursue Full-time Paid Ministry: Wei Kin Who am I? Hi there! My name is Wei Kin and I’ve signed up for CERC’s Church Ministers’ Apprenticeship (CMA) programme. Before I explain why I made this decision, let me tell you a little bit about my background. I … Continue reading

Posted on 7th May 2020


Why I Decided to Be a Church Member: Jan Tie

Why I Decided to Be a Church Member: Jan Tie I started coming to CERC regularly in 2016 when I moved to Petaling Jaya for work. It was my first job post-graduation, and coming back from overseas, I decided to join CERC as a member once I was clear that … Continue reading

Posted on 6th May 2020


My CMA Life During MCO

My CMA Life During MCO In case you didn’t know, Anna House is one of the rented residential houses for CERC’s female apprentices. Why ‘Anna House’? This name comes from Luke 2:36-38 where it talks about a prophetess, Anna, who was a widow looking forward to the coming of the … Continue reading

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Why Did Jesus Die: Reflections from A Christ-Centered, God-Glorifying, God’s-Story Perspective

Why Did Jesus Die: Reflections from A Christ-Centered, God-Glorifying, God’s-Story Perspective (Source: iStock/Getty Images Plus) Good Friday is approaching, and all Christians around the world will be celebrating this event again! As a way of commemorating Christ’s death for us, let me take this opportunity to share my recent reflections … Continue reading

Posted on 8th April 2020