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A Believer's Attitude towards the Failings of Others

Recently, I have been caught-up with a great spiritual crisis. I refer to it as a spiritual crisis because it concerns the community of faith, the church in Zimbabwe and its current leadership. 2,317 more words


Japan's PM Shinzo Abe expresses condolences over passing of former president S R Nathan

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

TOKYO – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday (Aug 24), on behalf of the Japanese government, has expressed condolences to the family of former Singapore president S R Nathan and the people of Singapore on his death. 142 more words

Current Affairs

Reviewing VPN concerns

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

Virtual private network (VPN) has been a contentious piece of technology here for years.

Content publishers are unhappy that consumers here use the technology to access blocked content meant for overseas markets, even though many paid for the content. 260 more words


Fierce Mercy

“In the past year, I’ve grown increasingly uneasy with the state of contemporary spirituality in the Western world. It has, to put it bluntly, the flat flavor of old ice ream and the insipid taste of tame sausage”. 365 more words

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Ride-hailing startups in Indonesia, this is the answer you've been waiting for

(Source: e27.co)

On Monday, driver-partners from various ride-hailing startups operating in Indonesia marched to protest against Ministry of Transportation Regulation No. 32 year 2016, which obliges ride-hailing startups to perform road worthiness test and have vehicles being listed as the company’s property. 342 more words


Adventures of Mrs. Pastor: Episode 1

I have been a pastor’s wife for about 31 days. Some highlights of my month as Mrs. Pastor include an amazing ordination with the best cake in the world (could I get another slice of the carrot cake, please?), signing up to teach Sunday school (no surprise there), being late to every service (that’s not really all that new), needing to untie my eight-year-old’s legs during communion (he had used a skull bandana from his pocket to tie his legs together), scraping my six-year-old’s mood-changing silly putty off the pew (you can guess what my mood was there), and finding opportune moments in each service to wink at the pastor. 755 more words

Miscellaneous Thoughts

Full-Time Ministry

When I think back on my Christian journey, there is one thing that really acted as a catalyst for who I’ve become. Even though I’ve always gone to church, I didn’t really start following Christ until I was in high school. 1,121 more words