The God Who Fills In The Gaps

For missionaries, the Apostle Paul is often held up as the ideal role model. He travelled far and wide boldly proclaiming the gospel. He faced great persecution but never gave up. He was faithful till the end. Much of our Christian heritage today can be attributed to his faithfulness and so there is much that […]

Listen To Almighty God!

“What is God speaking to me today?” and “What is God teaching me today?” ― these are questions which I sometimes ask myself, especially regarding the sermons preached on Sunday. We are all wired differently. A quiet environment does provide us the opportunity to listen attentively but not necessarily so. Listening is not easy when […]

Singapore ultimately Belongs To God

On Saturday morning after the results of the Presidential election, my wife received a meme from a Christian relative that was rather controversial in its content. Basically, the meme included the picture of both Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and president-elect Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam and made the following claim: “People of […]

Intergenerational Worship

Imagine a worship service without children. No little ones crying or talking during the sermon. No turning of heads to locate the source of the commotion. Neither do parents need to crack their heads over how to occupy their young ones while the service is in progress. It will be orderly, quiet and peaceful. And […]

To sir, with love

Facebook has a wonderful way of bringing long lost friends together or connect people with something in common – a hobby, sport, favourite soccer team, to name a few. A few years ago, an ex-student from my secondary school connected with me through Facebook. He said he saw me writing in our secondary school’s Facebook […]

The Truth is Out There

What do we do when we encounter something which bursts the bounds of our Christian worldview? Just a few weeks ago there was an interesting hearing which took place in the Congress of the United States of America. Three military veterans were brought in to testify about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs). UAP is the U.S. […]


On the 9th of August, Singapore celebrated its 58th National Day. In fact, a few countries in Asia also celebrate their national day in August. Each country celebrates the commemoration of independence from colonial rule and mark self-government thereafter. Each National Day is marked by display of military might and a speech given by the […]

Careless Words!

Do we say things to others and then, after that we regret what we have said? We use our minds and mouths often. Sometimes, we speak faster than we think. Before we process our thoughts, we release our words. We may not be able to anticipate how others may respond. Some respond well but some […]

Religion is regardless of one’s race and vice versa

Although Singapore is a multi-racial, multi-religious pluralistic society, our nation is perhaps one of the remarkable and rare examples of a harmonious society. Given that race and religion are fault lines that have torn many societies apart, we recognise that it is not by chance that people in Singapore have largely been able to live […]

The God of Second Chances

At a wedding ceremony, the pastor asked if there was anyone who had any reason why the marriage shouldn’t go on; it was time to stand up and speak, or forever let them hold their peace. The moment of utter silence was interrupted by a young beautiful woman carrying a child. She started slowly walking […]