If I had to use just 3 words to describe this youth church camp that i'm helping out for this week, it would be these. 1. Nostalgia. 2. Friendships. 3. Revival. Its been so heartening to have church friends welcome me back into the community. To communicate and be able to integrate back as one … Continue reading Youth church camp.
I read this story years ago. And right today, I was reminded of it again. Twice. By 2 people that were closest to my heart. Thanks Mieke and Christian. --------------------------------------------------------------- Footsteps One night a man had a dream. He dreamed he was walking along the beach with the Lord. Across the sky flashed scenes from … Continue reading Lost.
Dear Readers, My final exam results are all out and i'm eligible for graduation! What's next? Most people would have a rough idea on what to do next year whether they are furthering their studies or going to start working, and most importantly, know which country they will be in next. But I don't know … Continue reading Uncertainties and a new chapter in life
When you find yourself at crossroads in life, Trembling, afraid and scared to move, What do you do? • When you face uncertain times in life, Panicking, stressed and unsure what to do, What do you do? • I turn to God the Almighty, Opening up His book for words of encouragement, Falling on my … Continue reading Crossroads
One of my favourite childhood stories was actually an experiment and long-term observational study that was conducted on children. The Stanford Marshmallow Study. This study wanted to find out whether children were able to make smart, rational choices or would they give in to short term temptation and cave-in to their desires (even if it … Continue reading Honestly, could you wait?
I've known this phrase since young but never really placed much thought into it or felt deeply as to how much it could mean. Lately, i've been wanting or hoping for certain things to happen in my life. Been praying, fasting, asking and just doing whatever I can to find out more about why things … Continue reading Patience is a virtue.