His Word always prevails

“so is my word that goes out from my mouth:
       It will not return to me empty,
       but will accomplish what I desire
       and achieve the purpose for which I sent it.”

Isaiah 55:11 (NIV)

Breakthrough Clip

Breakthrough campaign is coming to a closure soon at the end of this month. Latest I heard was we were down to the last $60K.

Let’s await for the good news in 3 days time!

But while waiting for the outcome, enjoy this is the pirated version of the Breakthrough clip that was shown during one of the services. Oops… =p 

A great and hilarious clip put together that brought us through the journey that God has led us to Nexus!

Be patient as it might take awhile to load.

Do make a guess who was the voice-over in the clip. Hee hee…

Just do it!

Believe it or not…. I used to be very self-conscious. I couldn’t speak in public confidently, especially when all eyes on me.

No, I am not shy. It is more being insecure of what others might think of me.

“Who is this guy??? CMI”

“So boring… *yawn*”

“Yeee… so skinny”

“Why he talk so lousy???”

Ya lor… this sort of negative thoughts would play in my mind whenever I am in front of people.

However God changed me and still is lar…

Some years back, the Holy Spirit revealed this weakness (insecurity) in me through instances when I needed to share my testimony or announcements publicly. I usually ‘tremble’ in front of others. Through this, He allowed me to see how this weakness actually prevented Him from using me effectively as His instrument.

Eventually I understood that I could not fully be His instrument if I caved in to my self-consciousness. I resoluted to be more God-consciousness so that I could be His obedient instrument for He to use to speak His truth and love to others.

I needed the “Just do it!” attitude.

God used His church to train me in my roles that I played in serving others where it was necessary for me to speak publicly. Every time I needed to speak, I prayed for His spirit to speak through me and glorify Jesus.

At school and work, God placed me in situations where I was required to present to classes and to corporate audiences . He really pushed me to the edge.

Last night, God took me up another level by allowing me to teach His word to my Unit people from the usual CG times. This was my first and I will never forget this milestone with Him.  

Personally, it is a great privilege to be counted worthy to be used by Him. It is my desire to share His Heart and Word to others wherever He places me so that some might respond to Him and be transformed.


HSBC Treetop Walk

Last Saturday was my first time as a Singaporean to visit MacRitchie reservoir. But I am sure I am not alone. Ha ha…

With our foreign visitors in tow, we trudged along the 5km trail which led to the HSBC treetop walk. Btw, HSBC means holy shit bloody ‘chow’!

Ha ha… just kidding but that was what most of us were thinking as we walk, walk, walk and walk….

We walked until we finally reached the HSBC treetop bridge. And there was where I really said sibeh chow






Really felt cheated after walking so much for this treetop walk which promised a 2km scenic walk. It reality I think it was 500 metres only. The other 1.5km must be for the flight of steps to enter and to exit that place.

But it did kept one promise: We really saw alot of treetops. KNS lor… =p

After that, it was another long walk for us to civilisation. Though disppointed with the treetop walk part, but the long walk was a nice way of relaxing with nature. I like.

More pictures here>>>


My old school mates

Met up with my old primary school mates some time back to celebrate a classmate’s twins’ 1 year birthday.

It was really a feeling of some kind to see my old mates after 20 years with their entourage in tow. Ha ha…

Here was the first entourage…

Qiuwei with her hubby and two bubbly boys. Talked about being surrounded by men =p


And no, you’re not seeing double here… These cute little ‘meaty’ ones are twins- Charlotte and Claris!

Lastly, for old time’s sake… my OLD school mates. Ha ha…

His timing

One of my pains when I was enduring through my studies was the lack of time to catch up with my friends- old and new. My fear was that I might lose touch with them.

But since completing my studies, I have observed how God has led me to them one by one in His timing. And when I meant His timing, I must say that it really is His will.

After catching up with most of them, I realised that during my time of studies (4 years), some were overseas, others busy with their careers and there were some with their new families. So in fact, I hadn’t really lost touched. 

Even if I had the time then, they wouldn’t have the time. But now, most of us are more or less settled in life. So it’s really His perfect timing as most of us will be thinking about our lives and the meaning behind in all.

Making a difference!

Thanks to a fellow blogger, Tiger I present to you this heartwarming and inspiring clip of our brothers and sisters-in-Christ spreading His love in Peru.

This was aired last week on Channel U. 

Those bored with life should see this. Maybe it might give you an idea how to use your life meaningfully =)


Part 1

Part 2

Part 3