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A Word from Goldie                                May 2018 Issue – 40

Melaka here we come again” means meeting family, old friends, sharing precious lessons in our Christian journeys, eating durians (a bumper crop this year) etc.

The town is vastly changed now, with traffic jams everywhere, new roads which confuse (we dare not drive), savouring favourite foods in the hawker stalls…. Tek recalls nostalgic memories of “My childhood in Malacca“.

There are always useful lessons we constantly pick up in our travels which we pass on in “Travellers Tales’“.

We met up with dear friend Joan Swee whose story A widow’s Reflection was posted in our #37 issue. Here we post “Grief, be gone” the testimonies of people who have been healed through her ministry Whispering Hope in Singapore. 


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Melaka Here We Come Again

Divine appointments, sharing in different groups….

by Goldie Chong.

Dr Wong opening his home-grown durians for us. ….
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My Childhood in Malacca

Why I love my old hometown.

by Tek Chong

One of the things that have changed since 50 years ago.

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Travellers’ Tales

Ever-learning as we have new experiences.

by Goldie Chong

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Grief Be Gone!

Stories of healing from sadness & Grief.

by Charmain Sim

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Notes & Quotes 

Are we Scribes & Pharisees?

by Chua Wee Hian.

Wee Hian Feature 01

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A time to Laugh 

Laughter is good for the soul and medicine to our body. by Chua Wee Hian

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2 Comments

  1. January 2018 Feedback from readers for: Issue 36

    Thanks Tek and Goldie.
    Praying these verses for you both…that you may be lovers not only Of God but one another until the end…a long long way off.

    Psalm 91:16
    With long life I will satisfy him and show him my salvation .”
    Psalm 92:12-15 NIV
    [12] The righteous will flourish like a palm tree, they will grow like a cedar of Lebanon; [13] planted in the house of the Lord, they will flourish in the courts of our God. [14] They will still bear fruit in old age, they will stay fresh and green, [15] proclaiming, “The Lord is upright; he is my Rock, and there is no wickedness in him …

    Steve & Sara Oh

  2. January 2017 Feedback from readers for: about: ISSUE 25

    Really great effort..

    This edition will be like eye opener for all who are not aware of the problems of asylum seekers and refugees.

    Thank you.

    Sajid George

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