issue – 14

Mar 2016: issue: 14
A Word from Goldie. 

Dear Friends, continuing our new feature on the Family we have two articles on building relationships: one from a bride of one year (A Christian Bride) and one from a wife of 51 years (Nurturing family Relationships). See if you can find some common factors from them. Another theme for this issue is on remaining active, alert and fruitful in our autumn years:  Mummy Chia from Malaysia (Bringing Forth Fruit in Old Age), the elderly in Okinawa (Potpourri) and the remarkable 80 year Sarah Jones a pensioner with arthritis, walks with a cane, amazes audience with her athletic dancing. (80 year Old Dancing Queen) (Potpourri) are an inspiration for us to emulate.

We have added a new feature for more readers’ participation: Foto Fun – write a creative caption and share a good laugh. Do you recognize the couple? Please send in your funny photos.

Our regular Youth Forum features our grandson 19 year old university student Ryan Lian again, this time writing on a crucial issue for all Christians: the reliability of the New Testament documents.

Book Review features a Singaporean entrepreneur whom we met in London Emmanuel Church who just published his autobiography about his miracles in the marketplace.

Song Review As we promote and publicize local writers and books we also do the same for songs. We feature Tom Read, our nephew, a young pastor from Hong Kong who is now writing songs fulltime, living in London with his young family. He has produced many songs and we introduce him and his “Love is the weapon”. God bless, Tek & Goldie 

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“Nurturing family relationships” 1-spacer

by Goldie Chong

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Three generations go for an outing to bond together
“Christian Bride”

by Esther Velez

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Learning submission, teamwork, decision-making from scratch
“From atheism in China to Christ in Perth” 1-spacer

 by Sheng

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How an overseas student’s eyes were open to see the difference
“Bringing Forth Fruit in Old Age” 1-spacer
Mummy Chia

by Goh Bee Lee

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Fulfilling the good works prepared before she was born.
“Parthe* – what?” 

by Professor Aw Swee Eng

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How can Jesus be both God and Man?
Canon Revisited” 

by Ryan Lian

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Can we trust the New Testament? 

Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God?

by Eternity Magazine

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Different views based on the Bible.
“80 year Old Dancing Queen”

by the Editorial Team

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a pensioner with arthritis, walks with a cane, amazes audience.


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Divine Encounters @ Marketplace

by Stanley Cheng

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Personal testimonies of a businessman

Love is the Weapon

Composed by Tom Read

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Healthy Seniors
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“Our Planet Earth” 

by the Editorial Team

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A Pictorial Story.

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By Chua Wee Hian

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v.11 Straining Toward the Goal v.12 Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own. v.13 Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead, v.14 I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. 

Philippians 3:11-14 (ESV)