I think many of us have an innate desire to change the world, and for Christians we want to do it for Jesus! But God doesn't really need us in order to change the world. The power to change the world doesn't lie with us. # We are constantly fed with worldly affirmations that we … Continue reading Will I ever change the world?
This is week 4 into working/staying at home, and it's been an interesting journey. The first week I was excited to be staying at home. I caught up on Netflix shows, lazed around and lied in bed all day. It was relaxing, but during working hours I was still pretty busy (just an assurance that … Continue reading A Reflection – Chasing the Godly life
Just a few months in and 2020 will no doubt be etched in history with coronavirus pandemic. In the future there'll be documentaries, case studies and perhaps a movie about the times we live in. Every day we read about how the virus is changing the global community. Zooming in closer, what's our approach to … Continue reading How do we live in times of Coronavirus?
Twenty Twenty has a nice ring to it. Day 1 of 2020 I was in Jakarta waking up to the news of the flooding. I wasn't affected by what was one of the worst flooding in Jakarta but some friends and relatives were stuck at home or even had to evacuate. What an eventful way … Continue reading 2020 New Year’s Resolutions
People say it's hard to make friends as an adult and I agree. I think the best chance you have in making friends, like the ones you had in school, is probably at the workplace. It makes sense to develop friendships as you work 5 days a week, see each other 7 hours a day. … Continue reading Stages of Work Friendship
Last month I visited Yangon over the weekend. It was quite an impulse decision as I wanted to try travelling solo and there was a great deal to Yangon on Jetstar. But later I decided to rope a friend to come join me. Prior to this trip I have close to zero knowledge of Myanmar … Continue reading Mingalabar: Yangon 3D2N Itinerary
Last weekend, I was at Batam on an Outreach Trip. It was a culmination of an answered prayer. My church pastor had told me that she's leading a trip to India in November and I had kept it in mind. I've always wanted to go for Mission Trip but have yet to make it a … Continue reading The beginning of a Mission.
As someone who grew up outside of my place of birth, I find this question difficult to answer. "Where do you come from?" is a much easier question because I can reply as a matter of fact that I was born in Indonesia and grew up in Singapore. However that doesn't give insights as to … Continue reading Where is Home?