This picture was taken at a coffee house over-looking acres of rice fields in Bali. I was taking a few photos of this lone labourer working the fields when he suddenly looked at me and smiled.
Hi Pastor Joseph! Thank you for taking time out to chat with us. Could you tell us a bit about yourself and your family?
This Easter, I am really looking forward to reaffirming my faith in the Lord! This is because the Lord Jesus Christ now holds a special place in my heart and I want to express my certainty of faith in Him.
2012 has been a standout year for me for many reasons.1. God has shown me His incredible goodness and mercy 2. God was faithful to me every step of the way 3. God blessed me in ways I never thought possible!
The theme for Family Camp this year was "Fishers of Men". We learnt about our personal faith and relationship with God, which needs to be cultivated first, before we will be able to reach out to others.
It was one of the most beautiful sunsets I have ever seen. On top of a cliff at Bali, I saw God’s creation in one of its majestic displays of glory and praise to its Creator.
How can we think of others instead, this Chinese New Year? One great way we can be outward-looking this CNY is to show respect to our parents and our elderly relatives.
Coming to Australia for my studies has been the most enriching experience in my life as it has taught me that God watches over His people at all times...
The Apostle Paul was a man to whom God revealed many secrets – things which had been hidden in God, wrapped up in Christ, and kept away from man since he first walked on earth.
Chinese New Year is here! When I think of Chinese New Year, I think of family. Does “family” also feature strongly in the Scriptures? The answer is yes!
As I come to the end of my undergraduate studies, I have much to be thankful for as I reflect on how I have been blessed by the Lord!
As young people, we often feel uncertain of the future. Questions arise in our hearts: Am I going to make it in life? Will my next year of studies go smoothly? How will I get through my army days?
This is a picture that I took of Lake Ashi in Japan. I was on top of Mt Komagatake, a mountain somewhere in the Hakone national park.