[1 John 4:9] says, “In this the love of God was manifested before us, that God has sent His only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through Him.” God’s love was manifested in the birth, death, and resurrection of Christ Jesus. His love lives in us, and He gives us the command … More Translated Love: Testimonies of God’s love in our practical living
| Guest Writer – JD | I have so many questions nowadays. When I was small, a simple yes or no would suffice from my parents. As a teen, I felt so confident in my knowledge of the world but so unconfident as a person. And as I grew, I found myself as a person … More Questions
Work and worship share more than just a casual relationship. Are we worshipping through our everyday work or study? Are we worshipping when we serve at church? Are we working as if for God Himself? Does worship actually inspire us to work? At the beginning of the last week, the thought of “work or worship” … More Work and Worship
Working as a doctor is a mix of things – it is a celebration, a battle, a mystery, a discovery. It delivers joyful bundles of miracles, victories and life, but it also confronts me with frustrations, uncertainty, death. Through the work, the study, the consult sessions and the drives to and from work, I have … More “Help me to love.”
We spend much of our life working – indoors, outdoors, home chores, office-work, paper-work. There is always work to do. Walking is work, words are work. What do we get for our work? The gardener sows a seed and eats its fruit, the salesman is paid for his sale, the doctor helps someone to live. … More Ecclesiastes P4: No Gain for Toil?
Everyone has a story – a moment, or a series of moments, which define their present situation. Their situation influences their life, and their life resonates their heart. We are surrounded by people everyday, and during my days in general practice, I have really appreciated what is in each person’s story. People are resilient. That … More Resilient Hope
I always thought the scariest, and most stressful part of medicine would be me not knowing enough to adequately treat someone, or making a mistake with their management. This week, I realised that there is something worse – it is thinking about how a patient may die without knowing Jesus. I have worried about being … More The downs and delights of the doctor and God.