Simple Faith and God’s Comforting Revelations

Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. (Luke 24:45, NIV) “I do not know if I am weird to say this,” asked Bao Yee. “I experience scriptures through my daily lives.” Silence filled the air as I tried to push away conventional interpretation of how God speaks to a believer and... Continue Reading →


The Hypocrisy of the Local Churches

When I saw that they were not acting in line with the truth of the gospel, I said to Cephas in front of them all, “You are a Jew, yet you live like a Gentile and not like a Jew. How is it, then, that you force Gentiles to follow Jewish customs? “We who are... Continue Reading →

Persecutions from within the Church

“Do you have the support of your local church?” This is the question that is posed by every leader in evangelical movements that we have encountered. It is a question that we dreaded to hear because the answer would most probably throw everyone who hears it off their chair. “No. We are alone.” In fact,... Continue Reading →

The Definition of Sin

In the education of the young, one question stood out from the rest when it comes to Christian Discipline – What Exactly is the Definition of Sin? Or in other words, what makes sin, sin? This question is one of the core questions we struggle with as we minister to people of a different socio-economic... Continue Reading →

God Gave Us a Church for RM 5000 (USD 1236.30)

"Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart." Psalms 37:4, NIV It all happened so quickly; none of us can wrap our heads around what just happened. Started in 2009 under the leadership of Rev Ong Tuan Kok, Gereja Gloria Kluang Small Group (居銮荣美青年小组)began as a small group who travels frequently... Continue Reading →

Before Evangelism – Knowing Your Neighbour

Most people think about ‘evangelism’ as spreading the Word of God. Many times, people share about the Word of God without thinking about who they are sharing it with. The tone of evangelists on helpless folks from the rural countryside causes people to fear, and many times, develop a feeling of revulsion to the gospel.... Continue Reading →

Light in the Dark

Kluang, Malaysia - A small town in the centre of the Southern state of Johor in Peninsula Malaysia. It has an estimated population of roughly 200,000 people, and its key source of income is plantation. Most people in this district would choose to leave their families behind in search of better employment opportunities in neighboring... Continue Reading →

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