We celebrate the home-going of our beloved friend Chan Kok Beng of Penang. One of our highlights, when we visited Penang, several years ago, was to have fellowship with this humble man. Continue Reading
Divine Appointments, God Spoke And It Happened, A Lesson Applied, Seeing Fruit 50 Years Later, Perth Family’s Visit Melaka, supporters of Asian Beacon Luncheon, Fire Fire Meeting, & Self-deliverance.
Setting yourself free can be done alone anytime and anywhere
Open Your Hand Wide to feed the poor
In Gateway BM Church, the whole church is taken on a cleansing and renewal exercise.
We met Sue and Danny in KL and was surprised they had just gone to Perth to speak in different Methodist churches including our Kingsway Methodist Church. Unfortunately, we did not meet them in Perth, but it was a divine appointment that we met them in KL and heard their many marvellous testimonies, one of which is… Scalded By Hot Water. By Sue Pang
We have been going to different short-term mission trips to Cambodia in the last five years and have opportunities to meet different people serving in different corners of God’s vineyard. We appreciated their faithful sacrificial lives as missionaries, church planters, humanitarian workers, business men and women, etc. Because of their busy lives, we understood that these folks may not have met or got to know one another very well. So, we thought we would get them together and provide an opportunity for them to share their lives and ministries.
Some phrases from sermons stick in my mind even after 50 + years, one of which was from Rev. Elkanah Suwito from Wesley Methodist Church when we lived in Melaka in the 1960’s. My Quiet Time recently reminded me of what he said about the need of those who have experienced God’s goodness to testify about it, ’give thanks to the Lord for He is good, and His love endures forever…let the redeemed of the Lord say this.’’ Ps. 107:2
We were in Cambodia after Christmas on a short-term missions trip…
‘’I enjoyed going to church because the people there were friendly and welcoming, so for seven years Mr & Mrs Lee came to my house to take me to church. I was a regular church-goer but I had no intention of becoming a christian. I would never give up my loyalty to the Goddess of Mercy who has blessed me so much,”