for the joy of the Lord is your strength
Never an easy job, but a doable and meaningful task
Difficult but possible…
When the going gets tough, the tough gets going.
Everybody has a role to play in the community
Aligning our hearts and equipping our minds and hands to God’s will and His work
Be available to meet the need, ready and willing…
Fight, Flight, or Forgiveness
A job is a way to a living but a calling is an important part of one’s life, because it is a vital part of one’s identity.
Anchor your roots in God’s strength
The BIBLE is our Basic Instruction Before Leaving Earth
The question is not simply whether to live or die but what kind of life is worth living
Prepare, Affirm, Understand, Search, and Evaluate
Don’t they come from your desires that battle within you?
Look into the life of Jesus and find POWER in our daily walk
For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
Be bold and commit to greater challenges for God in this coming year!
The first Christmas was intertwined with significant people who were faithful, available, and teachable.
… serve, lead, and build community where Christ is the cornerstone and our source of strength.
The robbers, priest, Levite, Samaritan, and the innkeeper reflect the condition of our heart towards a fellow man.
Not the quantity but the quality …
To serve is a daily commitment to live out the word of God and the will of God.
To follow Jesus is to be part of a community.
From the past 25 years to the next 25 years, what are we be sure of in the midst of changes?
Nothing thrills me more than to witness the baptism of my beloved son. On May 20, 2017, the Hui’s family, his teachers, classmates and church friends celebrated Nathan’s baptism at Shek O Beach.
What are my choices before an empty tomb? Peter and John, Jesus’ disciples, came to the empty tomb and went back to their homes, whereas Mary Magdalene stood outside the tomb crying (John 20:10). She talked to Jesus and told the other disciples, “I have seen the Lord!” (20:18)
The Lord said, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” (2 Corinthians 12:9).
The Bible tells us that “by wisdom a house is built, and through understanding it is established; through knowledge its rooms are filled with rare and beautiful treasures” (Proverbs 24:3-4).
For me, the BEST way would be: count my blessings one by one, speak words to edify one another, share and be thankful with God’s providence.