Potpourri

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Clip: The Hand

God uses what you have!
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Clip: The Bible Story in 3 Mins

The greatest story ever told is the Bible.  Everyone should take time to read it. Continue Reading

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MY JOB

How To Explain What You Do, When You’re A Pastor

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Humanism on the Prowl

Christians in Australia were unpleasantly jolted out of their complacency during the recent Government Same-sex Marriage Postal Vote Campaign. They are shaken by the vicious attacks launched by the ‘vote yes’ activists. Continue Reading

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Take time to smell the flowers

No matter how busy I may be, I will take time to stop and smell the flowers and be blessed by what God may say to me Continue Reading

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Lessons I Learn from Noah

Things You Need To Know To Be Successful In Life … Hindsight that gives your Foresight  Continue Reading

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The Perfect Man

What measure are you using in the Search for the Perfect man is it Based on personality, looks, occupation, and political views. Continue Reading

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Billy Graham Enters his “100th” Year

Yearlong Celebration: World famous evangelist Billy Graham has celebrated his 99th birthday on Nov. 7: Franklin Graham Announces Yearlong Celebration of Billy Graham’s 100th Year Continue Reading

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Teamwork overcoming the challenges of disabilities.

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What if this is more important than our Mobiles?

Stop and Think ‘where are my priorities?  Continue Reading

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Film Preview Singapore: The Case For Christ

The dramatic true story of how investigative journalist Lee Strobel, legal editor at the Chicago Tribune, takes on the challenge of examining the historical evidence surrounding Jesus, subjecting it to legal scrutiny as he would any other case. Continue Reading

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Were is the Anguish

A soul-stirring message on the necessity of anguish—to bear God’s heart, passion, and burden within our lives. Continue Reading

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How can Christians convince people of their views?

The anti-God mentality is spreading rapidly among this generation. We can do our part to speak for God
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I Am A Painter

I Was A Painter,I Am A Painter A life story of blind painter with his pet (dog) Continue Reading

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Be encouraged: Resolutions

Be encouraged: a 4-year old explains the problem with New Year’s resolutions Continue Reading

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Are You A Self-Made Man?

How can young Christian leaders safeguard themselves from pride? Continue Reading

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Jason Wong

Jason founded the Yellow Ribbon  project for ex-prisoners. and Jason founded Dads For Life in Singapore Continue Reading

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Memorable memories of Dad

By Goldie Chong Dinner at Long Lae Thai Restaurant, Perth Celebrating Father’s Day We celebrated Father’s Day a week early on 29 Aug. because we wanted to have it before our daughter Cristal leaves Perth to return to China. Before… Continue Reading

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My Dad

By Adrienne Green (nee Prosser) I Miss You Dad, Your Laughter, Smiles and Profound Sense of Humour. It will be 2 years this September 14th that my lovely Dad passed away and went to be with the Lord. I Praise… Continue Reading

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AVB – A Special Student Edition is Coming

This is an appeal for Partners to prayerfully consider a contribution to fund a 2nd printing of 15,000 copies of another Student Edition. Printing is commencing soon, for delivery in November 2017. Continue Reading

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Nearing Home

Having lived a long fruitful life, he is anticipating the next stage, As a 93-year-old man he looks forward to his final destination Continue Reading

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Pray for this Man

The LGBT lobby is pushing hard all over the world. By Allen Bernard West “Pray for this Man” Continue Reading

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Clip – Give thanks in all circumstances

Fandy is a young man who has never stopped giving thanks and never gave up no matter what his circumstances were. Continue Reading

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Clip – Housing in the Future

Clip in Mandarin with English subtitles: HOMES AT A FOURTH GENERATION GREEN TECHNOLOGY … Continue Reading

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Clip – Hair split by sling

Be amazed you see in Judges 20:16 of men who can sling a stone at a hair Continue Reading

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Clip – Israel’s Land of Milk and Honey

In the Bible, God promises the Jewish people a land flowing with milk and honey. And while the depiction is seen as a sign of abundance, it’s also literal. Continue Reading

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Alkitab Versi Borneo

INTRODUCING THE NEW BM BIBLE  – ALKITAB VERSI BORNEO: A concerted effort that began 15 years ago to produce a Bible translation in Bahasa Malaysia that is both accurate and robust in its scholarship has finally birthed the Alkitab Versi Borneo (AVB). Continue Reading

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A strange world

WE LIVE IN TIMES WHERE WE SEE MANY HUMANS, BUT NOT ENOUGH HUMANITY. Continue Reading

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TOTD: Here’s some tips

This is some tips for your days (AKA TOTD), providing useful daily advice Continue Reading

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Fiction vs. Facts: Five things you probably never knew your mobile phone could do.

What is the Truth, as the claims are important! Continue Reading

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Turning death into a final act of generosity through body donation

We thought you might be interested in this article. Body donation: turning death into a final act of generosity – The Sydney Morning Herald. Continue Reading

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CLIP – Education in Japan

Did you know that, according to the newest study, children from Japan lead the world in numeracy and literacy skills? So, what makes the approach of Japanese school system so unique and different from the rest of the world, and more importantly, what can we learn from it? Continue Reading

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CLIP – Education in Finland

Since it implemented huge education reforms 40 years ago, Finland’s school system has consistently come at the top for the international rankings for education systems. So how do they do it? Continue Reading

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CLIP- You Aren’t Qualified

An atheist tells a young girl that there’s no God, what she says shuts him up! Continue Reading

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CLIP: 16 Famous Logos

It turns out that some of the most well-known logos in the world were purposefully designed to indicate something much more than simple beauty. In fact, it seems that in some cases, every line, curve and colour has meaning behind it. Continue Reading

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What a mouth can do: A Human Instrument

what the mouth can do.
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The Boy Who Made It.

Jack Ma, the founder and CEO of Alibaba, one of the world’s leading e-commerce web portals, is one of the world’s richest men, but he has not let success cloud his vision for the future or his acknowledgement of where he came from. Jack Ma’s keys to success are true and inspiring for everyone from aspiring billionaires to owners of the smallest businesses. Continue Reading

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If you are caught in an Attack Situation

Responding to an Active Shooter Crisis Situation RUN > HIDE > FIGHT Continue Reading

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New Life in Asian Beacon 2017

The new Honorary Secretary has transformed the AB office By Patrick Leong Yes indeed Asian Beacon is alive and well and on the road to doing better. The enthusiastic new team that has taken over since the AGM has inspired… Continue Reading

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105 Year Old Lady Shares The Secret To Happiness

Jessie Jordan’s sweet Scottish brogue, and dynamic personality make her seem much younger than she is, but this woman is 105 years old. Continue Reading

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My Mother, Respected and Loved

By Tek Chong My mother…. memories of her impact on me. Continue Reading

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The things they do because they are “Mum”!

#They things they do because they are mum: not surprising at all Continue Reading

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Job Offer

There is not money that can pay this job enough. Continue Reading

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Man looks at the outward appearance but God looks at the heart

It doesn’t matter how people see you, it matters how god sees you! Continue Reading

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Green Pastures in the Desert

Green Pastures in the Desert. Staying close to their shepherd is a matter of life and death. Continue Reading

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Hear FM radio anywhere

Listen to thousands of live radio stations by rotating the globe; and then just point your finger in any of these green dots in the globe … Continue Reading

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When does real life really begin?

In a mother’s womb were two babies. who had a chat! Continue Reading

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Amazing Grace

Andre Rieu (Amazing Grace ) From The concert Christmas In London 2016 Continue Reading

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Bells declare “How great Thou art”

Handbell Solo Concert: “How great Thou art” Daejeon Handbell Choir South KOREA Continue Reading

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A Wise Lesson in Empathy

(noun) Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

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Teamwork: When Hearts are Pure

Being a Team Player is easily seen just as not being a Team Player! Continue Reading

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Life Hacks for Toothpaste You Should Know

Toothpaste can do so many things other than clean your teeth. Continue Reading

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Lessons from an old tale

Rabbit-n-Turtle-Story (The true meaning of teamwork) or never underestimate the weakest opponent. Continue Reading

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Standing vs Sitting: Sitting is the New Smoking

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Before Easter there was Gethsemane

THE: Death of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. It was for me! Continue Reading

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Nabeel Quereshi “Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God”

What do Muslims and Christians believe about Jesus Christ, the Fatherhood of God, the Trinity…? Examining these basic doctrines, we ask Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? By Nabeel Quereshi Continue Reading

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Home Gardens: ordinary house plants are not only decorative

The common plants we find in our Home Gardens maybe more valuable inside than outside our house By Patrick Loo Continue Reading

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The Canaan Hymns

God’s gift of songs that touch the heart through a humble village girl. Canaan Hymns is a collection of Chinese hymns (approx 960) composed by Lü Xiaomin, born in a village of parents who are farmers. She has little education and has not studied music. Continue Reading

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Be aware of Fake News

Be-aware: lately it has been known that newspapers are shamelessly being used by paying clients or some hidden  biased agenda, to propagate ‘fake news’. Continue Reading

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About David Livingstone’s Life and Prayer

David Livingstone was a pioneer missionary to Africa, who walked over 29,000 miles. His wife died early in their ministry and he faced stiff opposition from his Scottish brethren. 8.09 Salvation Prayer | back to the Homepage

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Home Gardens “Compost Factory”

What a privilege to have so much good composting materials at hand. There are minor differences between Perth and Malaysia. Malaysia has tropical weather with higher temperature and higher humility. The decomposition process will be faster. My tyres method in… Continue Reading

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Asian Beacon Online Volume 48 No. 1 December 2016 — January 2017

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Home Gardens

Why I do composting – benefits all round Continue Reading

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Travellers Beware

The Booster Bag Scam: This bag has a false bottom and is rigged up with a spring-loaded device. The scammer places the large bag over your bag, while you are distracted by his attractive accomplice, and the device grabs your bag. The scammer walks away, the stolen bag completely concealed inside his duffel bag. Continue Reading

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Ken Ham’s own story. (Founder of Answers in Genesis)

A Story from Ken is the president, CEO, and founder of Answers in Genesis-US, and the highly acclaimed Creation Museum, and the world-renowned Ark Encounter Continue Reading

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International Women’s Day (IWD) March 8

International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. Continue Reading

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IRAQ and the BIBLE

Bible has a lot to say about Iraq and its impact on world events in the Past and in the last days. In fact, the only city mentioned more times in the Bible than Babylon is Jerusalem. Continue Reading

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What makes a good life?

Lessons from the longest study on happiness Continue Reading

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Teas the word a Money Saver and More

USED TEA BAG making the $ go further: Soothe minor skin irritations | Deodorisers | Degreaser | Bug Deterrent Continue Reading

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Christian Asylum Seekers in Thailand Face Persecution

In the face of relentless violence, discrimination, harassment and persecution, Pakistani Christians are migrating from their birthplace to an uncertain world for safety and security, with thousands of them washing up in Thailand where they face situation that is hardly… Continue Reading

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Rear-view mirror Keeping Safe, and Staying Safe in KL

Let’s help ourselves.

Better to be safe than sorry.
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45 Uses For Lemons That Will Blow Your Socks Off (1 Lemons at a Time)

These 45 health benefits and ways to use lemons will definitely motivate you to keep lemons on hand at all times and maybe even work lemon water into your diet. Most people are familiar with the traditional uses for lemons… Continue Reading

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How to save a wet mobile phone

A way to revive your precious handset when it takes a dive into the deep, it will increase the chances of it being revived with ordinary stuff you can find around the house. Continue Reading

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Social experiment: How Kids Talk to Strangers

In only minutes the child is walking hand-in-hand away with stranger Continue Reading

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Happy Valentines Special

There are some specials it pays to resist!  Continue Reading

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A Prime Minister that has Weekly Bible Study at his Residence.

PM’S BIBLE STUDY GROUP TOUCHES ON GOD’S PROMISE OF ISRAEL TO THE JEWS Continue Reading

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The Bright Side

Fun diy-projects, crafts, experience the joy of doing it yourself! Continue Reading

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Drinking Water Good for Us

8 Amazing Benefits of Drinking Water on Empty Stomach after Waking Up Continue Reading

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The Invisible Woman

Nicole’s sketch “The Invisible Woman” brings a powerful message of hope to every taken-for-granted woman in today’s world. This video shared with permission from Fresh Brewed Life, Inc. and Nicole Johnson [/ebs_column] [/ebs_row] | back to the Homepage

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China didn’t invent CNY Yee Sang, this Seremban man did!

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KB Chan Feature 01

International Fruits … continuing the story of KB Chan: worshipper, composer, singer without kidneys

THE RESURRECTION God is on the move again. This time God went a step further and brought my ministries to the four corners of the world. This little bird whose body is being entrapped in the cage, could now bring… Continue Reading

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Welcome to the Exponential Age

The next generation of business leadership needs to be able to navigate these progressive changes and disruptive events faster and more effectively than at any time in the past. Continue Reading

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Leaving a lasting legacy

Chua Wee Hian, our regular contributor to “Quotations” shares about “Leaving a Lasting Legacy” We are privileged to know the Chua’s for about 50 years and catching up every so often whenever we are in the same part of the… Continue Reading

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Does it matter who is used?

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Who is my neighbor?

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One-page 2017 Calendar

Ingenious Clever Brilliant!  One-page Calendar  Continue Reading

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2017 Resolutions

The New Year stands before us like a blank book. Will we Use these New Year’s resolution ideas to fill it with love, success, adventures, and happiness or is there things from heaven above we should consider resolving. Continue Reading

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Easy way to thread a needle

Watch this clip and you will never struggle again with thread and neddle Continue Reading

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Our journey together is so short

No one knows the duration of this journey. No one knows when their stop will come. Our journey together is so short. Continue Reading

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How America started

A Walk for the President | Stoplight | America a Christian Country. Continue Reading

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Carol Concert Audience Moved to Tears by Choir-girl with Special Needs

A schoolgirl from Northern Ireland; 10-year-old Kaylee Rogers, who has autism and ADHD, attends Killard House School in Donaghadee. sings a version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, with Nativity-themed lyrics. And her performance reportedly drove members of the audience to tears Continue Reading

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Be Thankful!

Charles Plumb was a U.S. Navy jet pilot in Vietnam. After 75 combat missions, his plane was destroyed by a surface-to-air missile. Plumb ejected and parachuted into enemy hands more… Continue Reading

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It is finished

Oswald Chambers was a Scottish Pastor/ teacher / missionary. His classic My Utmost for His Highest is well loved by generations of Christians & has been continuously in print since 1935. In the last century it remains in the top… Continue Reading

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So its Christmas whats the big Deal

WELL! WHAT IS CHRISTMAS? TODAY HIT LIFE’S PAUSE BUTTON. Replay the Christmas Story God’s Way! Continue Reading

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The Last Post

If any of you have ever been to a military funeral ‘The Last Post’ is played. It’s the song that gives us the lump in our throats and usually tears in our eyes. But, do you know the story behind… Continue Reading

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Life Now & Eternity

James 4:14 NKJV whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away. Continue Reading

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Don’t talk! Do!

A disconnect between the faith I professed and the way I lived my life. Continue Reading

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HOPe RESIDENCES: Melaka Homestays

Great Place to Stay in Melaka, Malaysia and contributes to the Help of Others HOPe RESIDENCES is a social enterprise in collaboration with AgapeCARE Society, Melaka. Continue Reading

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Be thankful “Look on the Bright side”

LIFE theres always something to be THANKFUL …. Continue Reading

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A Lesson in Good Management

When the Father passed away, his sons opened up the will. The Will of the Father stated that the Eldest son should get Half of 17 ducks, The Middle Son should be given 1/3rd of 17 ducks, Youngest Son should… Continue Reading

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Holoportation. 3D TELEPORTATION Technology

Holoportation is a new type of 3D capture technology that allows high-quality 3D models of people to be reconstructed, compressed and transmitted anywhere in the world in real time. When combined with mixed reality displays such as HoloLens, this technology allows users to see, hear. Continue Reading

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Communicating Starts Early

Kids start developing communication skills from the moment they’re born and Communicating happens when the listener understands what’s being conveyed  Continue Reading

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Rubber-band!

The Humble Rubber-band can Make life just that little easier every day! Continue Reading

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The Father God Wants Me to Be

Following His instructions is the way By Tek Chong I was brought up in a Chinese non- Christian family so the Bible teaching on husbands and fathers was new to me. “Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands …..For the… Continue Reading

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To Fathers, with love

From all of us Parents impact their children It is a fact: Fathers are needed Absentee fathers The time fathers spend with their children Church teens    back to the Homepage Also in this issue: | back to the Homepage

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How “Perth Prayer” Started in the Heart of the City

Hope, help and healing in the marketplace in Perth by David Sibley  Divine encounter About 100 years ago the Saudis were fighting against the Kuwaits in the “Battle of the Red Fort”.  The Kuwaiti casualties were taken to the only… Continue Reading

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There’s always hope if you keep trying

Our regular reader Steve Oh sent us this video. More… Continue Reading

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Jewish & Chinese beliefs about God

God revealed Himself to the Chinese in the beginning of their history              See the remarkable correlation of the Jewish and Chinese beliefs about Him [/ebs_column] [/ebs_row]    back to the Homepage Also in this issue:… Continue Reading

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More about my Parents Renald & Louise Ching

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The Azusa Street Revival*

On 9 April, 2016 King Ling and I joined over 55,000 at the Los Angeles Colosseum for The Call, Azusa. It was a special celebration commemorating the revival that broke out in Azusa Street in 1906. We worshipped and we witnessed healing and reconciliation. more Continue Reading

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Some practical suggestions to be a good father

Make out a special time. Pray with your spouse for the children. Spend quality Time. MORE… Continue Reading

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Who needs machines when humans can do this!

Even when there’s no machinery available HUMAN Ingenuity is the quality of being clever, original, and inventive, often in the process of applying all they have at that present time to get the job done. Continue Reading

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Are the adult children of same sex parents different?

A survey, known as the New Family Structures Study was made of the adult children of parents who have, or have had, same-sex relationships. Findings showed that these persons appear more likely to have experienced problems, and in some cases… Continue Reading

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It’s About the Cross

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Gethsemane – Claire Ryann at 3 Years Old

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Take me From the Fire ~ Tom Read

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Raising Four Unusual Children

Following the ‘Manufacturer’s Manual’ By William & Esther Ho with Goldie Chong.   Samuel entered the University of Washington, Seattle at age 10. He completed his mathematics degree at 13 and earned a Ph.D. in computer science at the age of 22. Adina… Continue Reading

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The 4 minute look

Can looking into someone’s eyes do anything to your relationships?    back to the Homepage Published on Friday, 18 March 2016 Source: malaysiandigest.com “This Social Experiment Asked Six Couples To Look Into Each Other’s Eyes For 4 Minutes, It Will Make You Cry”… Continue Reading

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The History of ANZAC Day

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Bunny, Egg or Cross

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“Ohana”* Means Family

Individualistic youths are anchored by family values BY SUZEN SIEW It’s not easy to be a Christian youth. Sometimes it seems as if the entire mechanism of modern society is against you. Religion is outdated, for the close-minded, and dare… Continue Reading

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Jesus and the Cross

FACT The meaning of the Latin words written on the cross INRI acronym: INRI   I  –  IESUS   N – NAZARENVS   R  – REX   I   – IUDAEORVM   Latin: ( acronym INRI) “Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum.”1)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus,_King_of_the_Jews Greek:  (acronym ΙΝΒΙ) Ἰησοῦς ὁ… Continue Reading

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Christ Died, Christ Rose, Christ will Come Again

Through Death, Hope is Born. By Samuel Pho    back to the Homepage | back to the Homepage

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Amazing Facts to Blow your mind March 2016

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A Christian bride

Building on a firm foundation By Esther Velez  I got married last year at the age of 62 after 31 years as a wife and 5 years as a widow. I knew things were going to be different this time… Continue Reading

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Nurturing Family Relationships

By Resting, refreshing, renewing By Goldie Chong After not having a break for ten months, my husband Tek and I needed to get away from Perth for some rest and renewal. A lot of things were happening in our lives,… Continue Reading

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Love is the Weapon

A way to deal with the violence, hatred, war By Tom Read Tom’s reason for writing this song: I don’t know about you, but I don’t think 2015 was a particularly good year. From terrorist attacks and war, to the… Continue Reading

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81 year Old Dancing Queen

81 year  Sarah Jones a pensioner with arthritis, walks with a cane,  amazes audience with her athletic dancing . Continue Reading

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Birds Eye Views – Our Planet Earth

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Longevity Secrets: 6 Reasons Okinawans Live to Be Older than 100

Did you know that only 20-30% of our life expectancy can be determined through our genes? If you want to live to be 100, you may need more than just a sound set of X and Y chromosomes passed down from… Continue Reading

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Corporations that support marriage equality

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Same-sex marriage in Australia: implications for religious liberty and freedom of conscience

by Augusto Zimmermann Passing legislation to approve same-sex marriage is a divisive issue not only here in Australia but also in many countries around the world. About 20 countries have already legislated to approve same-sex marriage, most recently in Ireland… Continue Reading

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Letter to 153 CEOs concerning same-sex “marriage”

by David van Gend In June last year, 153 companies placed advertisements in Australian newspapers expressing support of “marriage equality”. (For a list of these companies, (see www.corpsupport.org.au.) In response, the president of the Australian Marriage Forum, Dr David van… Continue Reading

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Cambodia opportunities and service.

“Cambodia…. land of smiles, opportunities and service” Sharing the vision of setting up a Christian tertiary institution in Phnom Penh to show that Christians care for this country with their contribution through EDUCATION. You are cordially invited to listen to… Continue Reading

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Family car of the future

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Interesting facts:

  To make half a kilo of honey, bees must collect nectar from over 2 million individual flowers.   Tourists visiting Iceland should know that tipping at a restaurant is considered an insult!   Albert Einstein was offered the presidency of Israel in… Continue Reading

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What a Dream

May there be “Peace On Earth And Goodwill Toward Men“ What a Dream!! If only we could all dance together to the same tune at the same time….  this is like taking a trip around the world with a smile on… Continue Reading

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Live a Life That Matters

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Plight of Refugees Feature 02

My Plight as a Pakistani Refugee Family

  By A Pakistani Christian   Danger at work I started working for the church in 2003 and since money was not the biggest goal of my life, I was very happy with the job. I ran a project in… Continue Reading

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Christian Lawyers Battle Pakistan’s Notorious Blasphemy Laws

In Pakistan, the ramifications of a Christian being accused of blasphemy are huge and many. If found guilty, the desecration of the Quran carries a punishment of life imprisonment, whilst the defiling of Muhammad’s name in punishable by death. The… Continue Reading

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Complaint of discrimination of UNHCR in Bangkok against Christian Pakistani refugees

  Summarized by the Editors A group of plaintiffs have submitted a complaint of the discrimination by UNHCR in Bangkok against Pakistani Christian asylum seekers (dated: 15/07/2015) Farrukh Harrison Saif from “Farrukh Saif Foundation”, Keith Davies from “Rescue Christians”, Graham… Continue Reading

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Chris Rogers Feature 02

BBC’s documentary: Pakistani Christians in Thailand

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The Persecution of Pakistan’s Christians

Terrorizing the “People of the Book” has become big business for the resurgent Taliban. “The People of the Book” is Islam’s distinctive name for non-Muslim monotheists such as Jews and Christians. It sounds like a title given to those respected… Continue Reading

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Test your knowledge: see how many of the world’s extremes you know

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The Height of Comfort

Toilets are such a valued part of Japanese culture that there is a $60 million museum devoted to them If there’s one thing Japan is passionate about, it’s toilets. Potties, loos, restrooms, john, powder room, however you say it, Japan… Continue Reading

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Meet real people at church online

Being in the same place at the same time is not a definition of church, says Dale Stephenson More… Continue Reading

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“Threat to Religious Freedom” by Mark Fowler

The 4 dissenting judges all raised concerns about the 5 majority judges who have made the people subordinate to a committee of 9 unelected judges in their decision to allow same-sex marriage. Read more:  “Threats to religious freedom after US… Continue Reading

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Why You Should Never Throw Away Your Boarding Pass Again

The flight ticket itself does not enable you to board the plane; for this, you need a boarding pass. Boarding passes, according to Krebs on Security, contain personal information encrypted in them, that could potentially land you in a ton… Continue Reading

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Community Blessing

What the Combined Churches of the Melville Community are doing for Christmas The pastors of the Perth Melville area have been meeting regularly for many years.  For the 4th consecutive year they are working together to bless the community by… Continue Reading

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A29: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Seoul, South Korea Surprisingly, despite China’s 618 million internet users who spend an average of 18.7 hours a week surfing the net, China didn’t even make the top 10 for internet connection. Seoul ,Korea is a different story considering the average… Continue Reading

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A28: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Hong Kong … There are a lot of factors that affect an IQ score, ranging from national and personal wealth, to simply what test is used. As a result, these findings are highly controversial, but suggest that Hong Kong has… Continue Reading

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A27: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Nigeria … By looking at the homicide rate, the GDP per capita, continued income inequality, corruption, lack of education opportunities and unemployment numbers, one thing is clear: Nigeria’s people are, hands-down, the most stressed out population in the world. | back to… Continue Reading

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A26: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Sierra Leone … On the opposite side of that coin, the population of Sierra Leone live only to an average of 47 years. The men of Sierra Leone live to an average of 47 years old, whereas women live a little… Continue Reading

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A25: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Monaco … According to the World Health Organization’s study from 2013, Monaco tops the charts for longest living citizens with an average life expectancy of 87.2 years. Men in Monaco live an average 85.3 years, and women live longer to an… Continue Reading

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A24: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Reykjavik, Iceland … All of the energy and heat used by the citizens of Reykjavik, Iceland come from geothermal plants and renewable hydropower making it the most sustainable and energy efficient city in the world. This city has also been replacing traditional… Continue Reading

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A23: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

The Netherlands … By comparing cities using the average number of bicycle trips made daily, one city reigns supreme: Groningen in the Netherlands.  About 50 percent of the population commute via bike daily, making it the city with the greatest proportion… Continue Reading

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A22: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Belarus… In the little country of Belarus, each person above the age of 16 drinks an average of 4.62 gallons of alcohol every year. That’s a lot of booze. | back to the Homepage

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A21: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Sweden  … The strong coffee in Sweden will put a spring in your step, and hair on your tongue. The Swedes consume an average of 388 mg of caffeine in coffee per person, per day (that’s almost 5 Red Bulls in… Continue Reading

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A20: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

San Pedro, Honduras  … This city averages over three murders a day. The violence stems from the city’s role as a major hub for illegal drug and arms trafficking. | back to the Homepage

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A19: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Iran …         On that same rating scale, Iran has come in dead last (at a 79% negativity rating) for many years. Only 15% of people polled viewed Iran in a positive light. | back to the… Continue Reading

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A18: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

London … After a several years of competition with Bangkok, London has regained its place as the world’s most visited city (according to MasterCard’s 2014 Global Destinations City Index). The city sees about 18.69 million international visitors annually, generating $19.3 billion… Continue Reading

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A17: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

South Sudan … The people of South Sudan were formally recognized as an independent country in 2011, making it the youngest country in the world to-date. | back to the Homepage

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A16: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Damascus       … There’s quite a bit of controversy over which city gets to officially claim the title of “oldest continuously inhabited city. However, Damascus is the safest bet, with evidence of civilization that extends back over 11,000… Continue Reading

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A15: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

The overweight United States … They eat an average of 3,770 calories a day each. Shamefully, obesity is becoming more of a problem every year. | back to the Homepage

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A14: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Mumbai, India … At the other end of the spectrum, Mumbai, India, is the cheapest place to live in the world, according to the Worldwide Cost of Living Index, 2014. For some comparison, a loaf of bread that would cost $3.36… Continue Reading

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A13: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Singapore… This city has recently beat out Tokyo, Japan, for the title of “most expensive city” for 2014. Cars can cost between 4-6 times as much in Singapore from what they cost in the US or UK (for example, a Toyota… Continue Reading

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A12: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Yuma, Arizona … In this city in Arizona, the sun shines for an average of 11 hours a day. The usual forecast is sun for 90 percent of the year, averaging a total of 4015 daylight hours each year. |… Continue Reading

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A11: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

The Atacama Desert … The 600 miles of South America’s Atacama desert is recorded as the driest place on Earth, no contest. This desert has an average of only 4 inches of rain every hundred years. Incredible, but true. |… Continue Reading

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A10: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Mawsynram, India… In this city in India, it rains an average of 467.35inches per year, and has a record of 1000 inches in 1985…much more than any rain forest! | back to the Homepage

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A9: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Surprise:  the Guggenheim building in New York… Photos have always told stories, but in today’s world of cell phone cameras and social media, that story is relayed as data to companies who monitor everything we do. Geotagged data was culled by… Continue Reading

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A8: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

The Challenger Deep Trench It is the lowest known natural point in the world at 35,797 ft. below sea level at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Only three people have ever made it to the bottom in a submersible, one of… Continue Reading

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A7: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Mount Everest … Towering 29,029 feet in the air, the top of Mount Everest is the closest you can get to touching outer space while still standing on Earth. | back to the Homepage

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A6: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Kinshasa, Congo …. it is the poorest city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which is also the poorest country in the world, at a GDP of $55 billion. Many of its residents live on less $1 a day.… Continue Reading

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A5: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Tokyo, Japan .. That tower might as well be made of gold since Tokyo tops the charts with a GDP of $1,520 billion, beating New York City by a mere $310 billion. | back to the Homepage

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A4: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Vatican City … With a paltry population of 842, the city-state of Vatican City is the smallest city and state in the world. | back to the Homepage

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A3: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Shanghai  … At a whopping 24,150,000 permanent inhabitants, Shanghai is the only city that is home to over 24 million people in one city. | back to the Homepage

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A1: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

Death Valley National Park  …. The highest air temperature ever recorded on Earth was 134 degrees Fahrenheit, at Death Valley National Park on July 10, 1913. | back to the Homepage

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A2: Dec 2015 (issue 11)

East Antarctic Plateau … On the high ridge of the East Antarctic Plateau, the temperature can drop to as low as -135.8 degrees Fahrenheit, which was recorded in August, 2010. | back to the Homepage

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Introducing Puspa

                                     Puspa Tharuman, founder of Education Life International Limited (ELIC) By Goldie Chong One of remarkable persons we have the privilege to know in Cambodia is Puspa whom we met several times in the past few years on our… Continue Reading

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Abraham Lincoln’s warning.

Whereas it is the duty of nations as well as of men, to own their dependence upon the overruling power of God, to confess their sins and transgressions, in humble sorrow, yet with assured hope that genuine repentance will lead… Continue Reading

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Unsung heroes

About: Spencer Simmerman, Gregory Kloehn, Rick Moranis, Chiune Sugihara, Donald Taylor, Anthony Cymerys, Norman Borlaug, Cameron Lyle, Dobri Dobrev, Bagel Jesus, Mark Bustos, Bai Fangli, Chuck Feeney, James Harrison, Jadav (Molai) Payeng , Eric, Lillian Weber,

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Grace Yang

Grace Yang, talented painter thanks God for her gift. This video is produced by Double Portion Media. | back to the Homepage

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You Raise Me Up

Two children sing a duet “You raise me up” Continue Reading

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EXCELLENT ADVICE for everyone especially for SENIORS.

Compiled by an anonymous writer Some of us have reached our golden years and some of us have not. But these suggestions should be read by everyone. They have been collected from many a senior, each with his or her… Continue Reading

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Lost needle

  By Goldie Chong In London I was hemming my granddaughter’s skirt when I ran out of thread. I used the needle to pin the rest of the hem and went to get some more thread. After finishing the job… Continue Reading

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Lost mobile

My mobile has all the contact numbers in KL and I would be quite lost without it more.. Continue Reading

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The Black Dot

Inspirational, Motivational & Moral Stories : Author Unknown     | back to the Homepage

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Whatever your need: Ask and you will receive…..

Everyday I pray for divine appointments. I sure got one… More… Continue Reading

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Thank God for Australia

Three weeks ago. I was bleeding profusely after a medical procedure. Being late at night, the doctor called in our house to see me. He advised that I should get to the hospital’s emergency department. More… Continue Reading

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Amazing Whistling

Michael Barimo is an American professional whistler with a range of more than three octaves. Listen… Continue Reading

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How do you interpret God’s silence?

Has God trusted you with a silence – a silence that is big with meaning? God’s silences are His answers. Think of those days of absolute silence in the home at Bethany! Is there anything comparable to those days in your life?  Can God trust you like that, or are you still asking for a visible answer? More… Continue Reading

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EASTER: The Old Rugged Cross

A Cappella ‘Old Rugged Cross’ is a popular hymn written in 1912 by evangelist and song-leader. Listen… Continue Reading

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Wedding bells for Jose and Esther

The old Esther has passed and I am a new creation in Christ, who is my Healer and Saviour. This new personal relationship with Jesus has brought countless divine connections and appointments. More… Continue Reading

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Broken and Its Hot! “Air-Con System”

Our evaporative system broke down a few days ago. More… Continue Reading

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On the Kitchen Counter

Recently I was looking for something on the kitchen counter and felt my electric kettle a bit warm. More… Continue Reading

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Amazing this is someones “Life”

A Gallery of Life, sights you may never see otherwise Watch… Continue Reading

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Is there a creator?

If there was no order in nature, animals, the human body, the universe, etc. there could be no… Continue Reading

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British Musical Savant, Derek Paravicini

Derek Paravicini, whose computer-like memory for music is matched by his creative abilities to play it in any style… Listen Continue Reading

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Quotations on Prayer

John Wesley, Andrew Murray, C. H. Spurgeon, John Bunyan, E. M. Bounds, Oswald Chambers & James Hudson Taylor had something to say … Continue Reading

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50 years of married bliss!

Today 50 years later we are still as much in love as then. We pray we will remain “Lovers for Life” as stated in the title of the book we co-authored with Chua Wee Hian and King Ling in 1971. Continue Reading

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