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Young children can learn BIG truths: Emma Lo

Young children can learn BIG truths: Emma Lo Ever wondered what Sunday School is like from a teacher’s perspective? Hear from Emma Lo, one of our Sunday School teachers who is also Head of Children Ministry! Emma performing a song called “Jesus Came to Earth” 1. How did you start … Continue reading

Posted on 20th November 2019


#WeAreCERC ft. Melissa Johnson

#WeAreCERC ft. Melissa Johnson “I’m not some superhuman mother who just does it all. But what helps me to get through the day and week is remembering who I am under God and my call to serve Him with all my life which includes caring for my husband, my kids, … Continue reading

Posted on 19th November 2019


#WeAreCERC ft. Joshua Tay

Debate champion, Imperial College London engineering graduate, teacher, consultant, river rescuer, Joshua Tay. Once you get to know Joshua, you’ll find that he has a wide array of talents and experiences. Joshua received scholarships for A-Level programmes in private colleges in Malaysia and also for his undergraduate degree at Imperial … Continue reading

Posted on 15th October 2019


#WeAreCERC ft. Kae Sheng

Tall and always smiling – that’s the first thing that comes to mind when you meet Kae Sheng. Standing at 6 feet tall, many know him as a gentle giant. But what many may not know is that this Johorean is actually a multiple scholarship holder with a passion for creativity! … Continue reading

Posted on 30th September 2019


The Siblings Found by God, United in Christ (Baptism Edition)

Last week, CERC celebrated 6 baptisms at our annual camp! We want to not only encourage those who got to witness the baptism, but also all the brothers and sisters in Christ in the Klang Valley. Therefore, we interviewed the Lai siblings who got baptised together. How awesome is God … Continue reading

Posted on 20th September 2019


Can I be a Crazy Rich Christian?

Name: Rhakjesh Age: 25 Occupation: Deals (M&A) Consultant Tell us about yourself. Before I became Christian, I grew up as a happy-go lucky kid without much thought about life as my parents provided well for me. My life’s focus was as simple as studying hard to get good grades, getting … Continue reading

Posted on 30th August 2019


Expectations vs Reality

It is of irreplaceable significance to be a part of the first few who pursued to live out the realities of the Gospel, pioneering as a family of men and women transformed by His Spirit, setting in motion the wheels of this Christ-centred, God-glorifying ministry to make disciples for our … Continue reading

Posted on 15th July 2019


Saved to serve. This is my story.

I’m Emma, a Christian, and a member of Christ Evangelical Reformed Church. I started attending CERC since 2012 during the “This is CERC” series when I first came to KL for my studies. I still remember the first topic on “the Million dollar question- what is a true church”, which … Continue reading

Posted on 17th June 2019


Thank you CERC! A Basic Ministry Trainee’s Experience

My name is Ai Lyn and I am currently a membership candidate at CERC. I am from the little island of Penang, and first came to CERC in the 2nd year of my tertiary studies. Just a few years later, I was given the privilege to serve & be trained in CERC’s Basic Ministry Training (BMT) programme. Continue reading

Posted on 27th February 2019


A Moment in BMT, A Lifetime of Ministry

Meet Soo Jia Ying and Choong Mun Vee. Jia Ying and Mun Vee lodge under the same roof, sometimes wear matching outfits to church, and most importantly, share the same ardour for God! In line with that spirit, the two young women have resolved to live under the Lordship of Christ, no matter what paths their lives may lead them down. In order to equip themselves for the arduous path to the outside (Heb 13:10-14), they became the two most recent trainees of our Basic Ministry Training programme (BMT), a full-time programme designed for Christians to experience serving the church as part of the staff for a period of up to one year. We recently spoke with the two of them about their experiences under BMT thus far. Continue reading

Posted on 12th February 2019