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What feng shui gets right — and what it gets wrong

Last year I had the privilege of preaching at CERC’s evangelistic Chinese New Year gathering. A year later I found myself thinking once again of the reasons people are superstitious and how I addressed these in my message. Many church people missed the sermon because they were away in their

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Posted on 19 Feb 2015

The ‘why’ and ‘how’ of reading for Christians who find it hard

A little while ago I talked to a few students who told me that they found it a challenge to actually read the Christian books that they buy. This got me thinking about reading and I ended up putting together a 1-page guide on the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of reading

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Posted on 17 Feb 2015

God saves

“I finally get it! It’s not my faith that saves me; it’s God who saves!” This was the excited testimony of one of the tertiary students during the final group reflection at the Fellow Workers’ Conference (FWC) as he explained what he had come to see from Ephesians 2.8-9 during

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Posted on 3 Feb 2015

Sermon preparation

While the preacher stands up in public to deliver his sermons each week, few people get to see him at his desk in preparation. In this post I want to take you behind the scenes to show you the four stages that I work through in preparing a sermon: Working

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Posted on 27 Sep 2013

One year later

A year ago I had just finished my time with FES as a staffworker and was about to begin a new IT job while waiting for the opportunity to start as an apprentice with CERC. That opportunity has now arisen and I have left my job to pursue it. The

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Posted on 3 Aug 2012

The final instalment of “Mark’s Malaysian Adventure”

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, Welcome to the latest instalment of Mark’s Malaysian Adventure, which happens also to be the last one from Mark the FES staffworker. There is plenty for me to update you on in this letter, so I’ve increased it from its normal two pages to

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Posted on 14 Jul 2011