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Israelites and Egyptians - Reflections of Soul Survivor

Spirit, touch your church, stir the hearts of men
Revive us, Lord, with your passion once again
I want to care for others like Jesus cares for me
Let your rain fall upon me

I just came back from the uni church camp, that I personally had a hand in planning. The theme this time round is Soul Survivor, Outpour Outgrow Outreach.

What happened?

For me, the camp started some one month ago when I started to meet up with the rest of the camp committee to plan for the camp. I was in charged of the programme with SL, mainly for the activities that the people will be going through. From that point onwards, it was getting a bit of a mad rush, as we ran into difficulties, had to redo the programmes over and over again. It was tiring, to the extent that it started to affect my effectiveness in other stuff, the saddest of all is that I didn't get to spend enough quality time with the cg.

The camp started out for the rest at Escape Theme Park on Tuesday night 8pm where they built, in their respective …

Of farewells

Today we went on to Sakura restaurant (somewhere near Cineleisure) for a farewell lunch for Edwin and Christine. It was a good buffet lunch (with good dory fish fillet and good lamb chops) and I had my fills. Obviously, it's a bit kinda sad to see the two of them leaving the NUS ministry and joining NG14. Think it all dates back from the time of the Actstrinsic till this time when we actually had spent time serving together.

It all sounds like the time when Robert and RF left, and the time when YA moved over. These farewells are normally a time when the NUS ministry experiences a sudden short of certain presence, a certain gap, which I can feel so strongly today while I was in service. Thankfully, normally God will send down people from somewhere to fill the gap. The ministry always remains one with a changing face. I feel very strongly that after the holiday, it's gonna be another new face again. But that's the fun of it. It's always with a changing face.

Till I have …

Of Feelings and Spirit

I was thinking and reflecting about the past few weeks, about what happened to people, what happened to myself, what happened to the NUS ministry. Especially in this transitional period in the NUS ministry, I can really feel the heat on me. It seems as if God is telling me something, but He wants me to experience it myself.

Taking care Someone once told someone who in turn told me that when a sheep is not feeling well, the shepherd feels much more worse. I can totally agree with that. Probably it hurts me more when I see the people whom I'm taking care of feeling hurt. Sometimes I just wonder if I'm adequate enough to help them or not, sometimes I just wonder if God is able to speak into their lives at that particular point in time or not. From the time I started taking care of people in the ministry, I thought to myself, it's never a waste of time for me, cos I'm investing my time in other people's lives. I believe very much in the system of 'follow ups' an…

I still believe - Jeremy Camp

Scattered words and empty thoughts
seem to pour from my heart
I've never felt so torn before
seems I don't know where to start
but it's now that I feel Your grace falls like rain
from every fingertip, washing away my pain

I still believe in Your faithfulness
I still believe in Your truth
I still believe in Your holy word
even when I don't see, I still believe

Though the questions still fog up my mind
with promises I still seem to bear
even when answers slowly unwind
it's my heart I see You prepare
but its now that I feel Your grace fall like rain
from every finger tip, washing away my pain


The only place I can go is into your arms
where I throw to you my feeble prayers
in brokeness I can see that this was your will for me
Help me to know You are near

Study in E1A

Long time never update... cos studying for exam... this is my proof:

And I am the only hardworking one =P

I will update more after the exam, but till then, it's till then.