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What do you stand up for?

When the campaigning for the highest office in the US took place, it was fascinating watching the candidates having their debates on national television. Each candidate had their own say and watched by literally millions of people, not just in the US but around the world. Many watched it live  on TV as well as …

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Doing what we know…

Is it any surprise when Barna Research reported on 27 March 2018 that a survey found more than 50% of respondents (in the US) have never heard of “The Great Commission”? Only 17% indicated that they know what it means. The rest revealed that they either have no idea or can’t recall the exact meaning. …

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Who’s Next?

This seems to be the BIG question on many minds: when Steve Jobs went on stage to launch the 3G phone at WWDC some years ago, everyone saw how lean he was on stage. Some even observed that his walk was a little wobbly. Notwithstanding, what would Apple be like without this great iconic-turn-around-tech-geek? Others …

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What’s obscene?

 This is a tricky question. It depends on who you ask. It’s tricky because different people have different opinions or viewpoints on it. And different cultures, backgrounds as well as exposures would define obscenity differently. More than that, depending on you may be with, the answer may also vary. So, when this question was asked …

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Doing well by doing good

 It’s not as simple as to understand what capitalism really is. A definition says that it is an economic system marked by private ownership, in which a free market distributes goods.  Several assumptions here: that private ownership is doing well; that the people in the system understands the concept of freedom; and finally, that the …

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466/64

 Nelson Mandela was a prisoner on Robben Island for almost 18 years. We have heard about how he fought for equal rights for his people with the apartheid government in South Africa. A little white card was posted outside his cell. It said, “N Mandela 466/64.” It meant: he was the 466th prisoner admitted to …

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Pandemic Musing

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused much distress to many. For us in the Christian community, one of the hardest-hit is the distancing rule and the inability to meet as faith-families in weekly worship services. For the sake of the Christian community and the people we love as our neighbours, virtual gatherings and worship may seem …

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