Events

Ipoh Good News Sharing for Malaysian Churches Conference 2014

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Last weekend, 30th and 31st August, our churches were gathered together for the Malaysian Churches Conference 2014. Ipoh Church shared their good news of God’s work for the year 2014. Watch below our good news.

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Be The Best You Can Be – Parenting & Youth Workshop 20 Sept 2014

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Every parent would sarticle_400X250_family_building_blocksay “I want him to be the best he can be”. But sometimes, it’s not easy to know how to make this a reality. What is the right method to use? When will I see my teen change? How do I know she’s heading the right direction? What if I’ve made mistakes with my teen?

youthDevAnd as a young person growing up, you ask yourselves: “What are my best qualities? How can I maximise my potential? How can I make sure I enjoy life to the fullest?” I want to have fun and yet be my very, very best.

Join us for a great afternoon workshop that will answer these questions and more!

For more information and registration, please click on the flyer: Be The Best You Can Be

Saturday Sept 20, 2014 • 4-6pm;
Sunway College and Extreme Park, Ipoh
Light refreshments
Cost: RM 5/person
(English with Chinese Translation)

Contacts:
Calvin Chai Tel: +60 172001861 (siewkeong07@gmail.com)
Yeong Shiau Foong Tel:+60 12 6218591 (junemaple815@gmail.com)

Upcoming International Leadership Conference 2014 (Singapore)

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ICOC International Leadership Conference (27 to 31 August)

27 – 29, August 2014   : International Leadership Conference (ILC)
30 – 31, August 2014   : Conferences around the SEA Region ( please refer to page on SEA Region Conferences for details )

The SEA Region is humbled and honoured that Singapore was chosen as the site of the 2014 International Leadership Conference (ILC). This is a significant milestone, for it marks the first time in twenty years that an Asian country will be hosting an ICOC world leadership event.

The theme build! seemed to make sense for several reasons:

  • The pages of the Bible are filled with inspiring stories of God’s people going up against all odds to build! His kingdom. Satan directs his fiery arrows at anyone who takes on the task to build! God’s church; most of those in leadership discover how costly and even dangerous such work can be. However, throughout history, whenever God’s people are led by courageous and Spirit-filled leaders, His kingdom eventually grows from strength to strength. The apostle Paul admonished the Corinthian disciples to build! on the right foundation (I Corinthians 3:10-15). While we cannot take credit for anything because we are all saved by and called to serve by God’s grace, we have to be careful how we build! The world is waiting for leaders and believers to build! His church!
  • The theme build! reflects the heart of the Singapore story. Few gave this tiny island a chance of survival when independence was thrust upon her unexpectedly in 1965. The young nation’s leaders knew this 35-mile wide by 20-mile long city-state had to be extraordinary to survive. With vision, passion and determination, the Prime Minister and his team decided to build! Singapore in a very purposeful way, turning it from a sleepy developing-world backwater to a first-world nation in one generation. And build! it they did – today, with a population of over five million, Singapore is an English–speaking global city with one of the world’s highest per capita incomes.
  • Partially inspired by such vision, diligence and determination, the SEA Region leaders are striving to build! on a strong and spiritual foundation, and they look forward to learning from the worldwide fellowship of leaders about how to betterbuild! in Asia. They are also trying their best to organise a faith-lifting and memorable event for all ILC participants, and at the same time, to create a compelling “Singapore experience” for everyone. We welcome you all to immerse yourselves in the rich vibrancy of sights, sounds and tastes, enjoying the colourful cultural tapestry that has come to represent our nation.