by Jenni Ho-Huan The longing Growing up in faith, I have always felt something was missing. Today, I know what I longed for was fellowship. Not that I did not belong to several ‘fellowships’; I did. I was president of the Christian fellowship in school (IVCF). We had youth fellowship in church. Later, there would […]
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Decision making is far more than listing down the Pros and Cons. It involves more than thinking through the options and seeking godly counsel. It is more far reaching than being able to meet a dateline and therefore moving on to the next thing. As a leader, decision making is a discipline, a process, and […]
What do you reply when someone asks, “How is church?”. I recently asked this of two persons from the same church. “It’s…okay..”, came the response. It isn’t an easy question to answer is it? We don’t want to sound cliché; and in truth, most of us have some concerns or issues with our local churches. […]
I am reaching my personal jubilee and have started thinking about things which I never did; such as retirement. In the current ever-new world with a possible economic shift, where do pastors go to retire? Actually, I don’t believe in retirement. The reason is simple: work is a gift and a mandate given by God. […]
by Jenni You may be an introvert, and extrovert or a bit of both. You may have grown up in a large rowdy family or a small quiet one. You may have walked into church one day all by yourself or was ushered in by a friend or more. I remember the ah-ha moment […]
“Live a life worthy of the calling…”. Paul begins at chapter 4 of Ephesians. Why start off with this imperative? Because actions grow out of beliefs. Do we believe that our lives have the call of God upon them? It may be easy to say this when you are young and fiery. But after some storms […]
Leaders know about resistance, criticism, even rejection. In a way, a leader is like a lightning rod – he/she sticks out and attracts both the praise and the electrical charges that come in a storm. There is plenty of good wisdom out there about this reality. But what struck me as I listened to Scripture […]
Paul wrote to Timothy, his mentoree and spiritual son because the latter was facing some huge challenges, his health was weakening probably due to the stress; and both his personality and youth were liabilities it seemed at a time like this! If I was Timothy; I would wish Paul returned back quickly to set things […]
Do we have any idea how easy it is to lose our way – in the thick of serving God no less. This post is being prompted by a few things: 1. my son is fascinated with all things army-like: the brotherhood, the tough stuff, the strain and the glory. It’s a guy’s dirty, glorious […]
The 5-fold office, as they are described by some in Ephesians 4 offers us an important insight into Christian maturity. That is after all, the context in which they are mentioned: To prepare God’s people for works of service So that The boy of Christ may be built up Until we reach unity in the […]