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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 6 May, 2020 — by Christine Chong 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 … 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 8 April, 2020 — by Daniel Lu (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 … Continue reading

Posted on 8th April 2020


New Role, New Beginnings

New Role, New Beginnings 25 March, 2020 — by Jerome Leng Good to be home Robyn and I left Malaysia for seminary on the 31st of July 2015 and returned on the 1st of January 2020. That’s four and half years away in the US. We enjoyed our time at … Continue reading

Posted on 25th March 2020


A reflection for 2020: Oh beware, beware of being the halfway “Christian”

A reflection for 2020: Oh beware, beware of being the halfway “Christian” 23 March, 2020 — by Elden Pan I benefited a lot from the Matthew series that CERC went through last year. And as we were tying up our Growth Group (GG) studies on the book of Matthew, I … Continue reading

Posted on 23rd March 2020


Do you know God?

Do you know God? Have you ever had past experiences where a “friend” took something you said entirely out of context, told others, and completely misrepresented your character? Maybe a “friend” took something you said or did in one isolated, nuanced incident and announced it to the entire world, as … Continue reading

Posted on 3rd March 2020


Holding Fast to Christ Through Sickness

Holding Fast to Christ Through Sickness A year ago, June Wong a member of CERC, received the news which confirmed her suspicion of the lump she felt on her neck — she was diagnosed with cancer. “The doctors told me that it was Stage 3 throat cancer and that I … Continue reading

Posted on 20th February 2020


Approaching Chinese New Year with reflections from Matthew

Approaching Chinese New Year with reflections from Matthew 24 January, 2020 — by Daniel Lu Brace yourselves… Chinese New Year, or CNY for short, is coming soon! I’m not sure how you feel about CNY, but for me, it’s a holiday I look forward to every year because of what … Continue reading

Posted on 24th January 2020