December 6, 2019

My turning point on my mission trip – Thomas Chuah

One of my shortcomings is how I express myself to others. At times, I may talk too quickly – making myself difficult to understand, and also causing myself to feel nervous when I speak. I also tend to move parts of my body too much when I speak, which can detract from what I want to say. Another thing I get reminded about quite often is my tendency to fill my speech with “um”s, especially when I respond to people. My turning point was in Pretoria, where Violin flashed her “public personal coaching” skills. Each person had to decide on

Family Fellowship – Our Most Enjoyable Moments – Ida and Elvis’ Family

I always give thanks that my whole family can follow the Lord together. I think around 2-3 years ago, our family started to see the importance of family fellowship. Our family started to come together regularly to have cell group or use the meal time / gap time to share something about the Lord. It’s been so enjoyable every time we come together. Our family cell group is very warm and sweet. Sometimes we hold each other’s hands to pray or my younger daughter sits on my lap to worship. This is the moment I feel our hearts are bonding