Campus and Youth
Today is Andrew last day with the Ipoh church. He was baptised on 6 Dec 2014 as a teen. He has been a very serving brother and has helped in youth events, bible talks, prayers during services and even helping as assistant teacher in the Sunday Kids Kingdom classes. We will surely miss his presence and friendship. Have a great future endeavor in KL, joining the Campus Ministry.
It is so awesome to see Yannis making Jesus Lord in her life. It has been encouraging seeing her embarking on her journey to know God. She was just Primary 6 when she started visiting our church and was very eager to study the Bible then.
She started studying the Bible since. She has fought through different challenges in her life, be it on her own character, or some life challenges, her heart never failed to seek after God and His Word. We are very proud of you, Yannis! Welcome to the Kingdom of God.
The Bible teaches that we should love one another with no boundary. This movie featured a disciple’s life in Ipoh Church. We featured him because he is a disciple from a far far away land of Mozambique. He came to Ipoh Malaysia to study. However, as an alien in a foreign land, he couldn’t locate our congregation for many months. He didn’t give up and finally he found the Ipoh Church. The movie showcases the making of a disciple, the commitment to God, and the community that has no boundary everywhere.
The making of the movie was the product of our very own Ipoh’s Youth and Campus Ministry! The movie received the “Most Entertaining Movie Award” in the 2015 Year End Mini Movie Award in Central Christian Church KL.
On 6th June 2015, we had our Family and Youth Workshop in our small town of Ipoh, Malaysia. The parents had a parenting talk that deals with “Building Character in Your Children,” while the Youth themselves had an activity based workshop on “Character Through Adversity.” The parents learned a lot and the youth had lots of fun and learning in their workshop.
Photo Album of the “Building Character Workshop.”
Our Saturday Campus and Youth Fellowship was so blessed to have some visiting brothers and sisters from the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur Church. They made the environment so fun, spiritual, enjoyable, and warm. The Singapore sisters planned a game for our youth called the “Alphabet Game.” It was so fun seeing the brothers and sisters twisted and turned to form the words:
The rules of the game are:
Each group is given the 26 alphabets in sticker form. They are to stick each alphabet randomly in their palms or the sole of their feet. A word is called out, e.g. L.O.V.E. The members of the group with these alphabets are then to form the word holding up their palms and sole of their feet. The word have to be formed in sequence regardless of how many relevant alphabets a member has. Those member without the alphabet of the word should step aside.
This game is best played by 5 or more players per group.
For additional fun: At the end of the game, there is a forfeit for the losing team. In this case, the losing team has to pretend to sound and walk like an animal of their choosing around the room.