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.
Today is Sue Yi’s farewell. She was baptised at Ipoh in Dec 2014. She was in the Ipoh church for a year. She is a serving and giving sister, always ready to serve whenever she is asked to help. Ipoh church will surely miss her friendship, love and support. Have a great future endeavor in KL. We love you!
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.
Another day of Youth Devotional with fun, games, and spirituality. This week, after our songs and games, we had our youth draw out what the word “future” means to them. They were to use only red and black paint. At the end of their drawing, they were to explain the meaning of their art.
In the bible lesson, Calvin, our youth leader, described that the two colours characterised relationship and friendship. As for the word “future”, it was to teach a point about the type of friendships that we form today; our friendships will strongly affect our future, whether good or bad.
- Proverbs 12:26 One who is righteous is a guide to his neighbor, but the way of the wicked leads them astray.
- Proverbs 13:20 Whoever walks with the wise becomes wise, but the companion of fools will suffer harm.
- Proverbs 17:17 A friend is always loyal, and a brother is born to help in time of need.
- Proverbs 18:24 There are “friends” who destroy each other, but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.
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.”
I first met Mr. Lau last year through a mutual friend. One of the things that struck me was his love for God and kindness toward the less fortunate.. He constantly shares his faith and talks about ways to help the needy around him. We visited a number of orphanages together and he has been very supportive of our community work.
In his humility, Mr. Lau decided to study the bible. After studying for about 8 months, he realised that he did not fully understand many things about Christ and the bible, including repentance of major sins in his life. Recognising this, he decided to repent fully of his sins and was baptised on June 7th with a full understanding of who Christ is and what it takes to follow Him..
To view photos, please click Photo Gallery of Mr Lau’s baptism