Have You Tried? 07.12.19 #sharing05

It’s a little embarrassing, but I don’t think I have really, actually tried. Have you? Try what ah you ask? Okay, so you know - It’s always good to reflect and contemplate on your life every now and then. Not daydream. BUT Think. Contemplate. Reflect. To contemplate means to think, and reflecting means introspection. Both are good … Continue reading Have You Tried? 07.12.19 #sharing05

Leadership Positions

I did not know it was going to be a badge that will follow me around ‘for the rest of my life’ (dramatisation). It was like a title that did not quite strip even after the last day of high school, even after me receiving my School Leaving certificate, even after SPM, even after the … Continue reading Leadership Positions

On A Lone Flight Home – 04.04.2016

I wrote this 4 years ago, and now I’m re-publishing this little musing of mine here. I was SUCH a ‘kiddo’ back then!  P/S: This post has been lightly edited for clarity and length *​*​* On a lone flight home, you will realise a couple things, and number one is this: You have become an independent person. I mean…hooray … Continue reading On A Lone Flight Home – 04.04.2016

Back to Basics. 29.06.19 #sharing03

LOGOS

Sis Josephine Phang
At Youth Impact 29 June 2019

We always talk about LOVE in church. And fittingly so.

It was love that nailed Jesus to that Cross, as He hung on Calvary to atone for our sins. It WAS and IS because of love that today – you and me, we can stand here, fully assured that we are a redeemed people.

Love was what gave us the greatest gift anyone of us will ever receive – the gift of salvation. IT WAS ALL LOVE.

Okay, question: What’s the greatest commandment found in the Bible? (Lai lai who knows? Got prize wan)

All right, let’s look at some Scripture – Mark 12:29-31

29 “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.

30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and…

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Tips for Scholarship Interviews

#beentheredonethat 😀 I am thankful to have pursued my tertiary studies (both Diploma and Degree) without my parents having to bayar a single cent. For that, I want to share some personal tips from my experiences at scholarship interviews. This article has two parts, Part I and Part II, which I hope will be helpful … Continue reading Tips for Scholarship Interviews