Monthly Archives: July 2006

Hearing from the Lord

I have often found myself pensive the past few weeks. It’s as if I have tons of things in my mind that need tending to, yet I can’t attend to it at all.In one morning devotion, I found an old … Continue reading

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Interview with Expat Interview.com

Expat Interview.com has published its interview with me yesterday. Click here to read the interview transcript. The site helps readers get a glimpse of how it is to live abroad, far away from home, as an expatriate. It discusses the … Continue reading

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Knock Some Sense Into Me

Last night, I received a text message that goes like this: “When God calls us, we cannot refuse from a sense of inadequacy. Nobody is worthy of such trust. When Moses tried that excuse, God became angry (Exodus 4:14). Let … Continue reading

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Remembering Ukraine

At about the same time last year, I was in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, giving free English lessons to Russian-speaking locals using new edition coursebooks bought at a bookstore in Bern. I was in strange territories, far from everything familiar. But however … Continue reading

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I’m up for It!

The last two weeks of May have been a good time for me, not only just to prepare for the upcoming summer activities in the church but also to spend some quality time with God. In my quiet times with … Continue reading

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Riding the Surf of Time and Tide

I struggled this week with an old, old problem. Essentially trying to buffer myself from the frustration when actions and consequences don’t agree. And as usual, I came back to the point of looking towards Heaven’s court of justice and … Continue reading

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True Sacrifice

I got this quote from The Dawn Patrol where they posted it as a quote of the day and the first person to guess the author of the quote will win the book from which the quote was extracted. I … Continue reading

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