Humble Leadership

I was at a para-church organisation leaders meeting recently and had an interesting experience. I was the youngest member in the room (in fact, I had just tagged along) so I walked around pouring tea for the respective leaders and as I was doing that, I recalled a vivid memory from a conference that I organised justContinue reading “Humble Leadership”

Momentous May

‘In God’s inside-out kingdom, the irony is that sacrifice will never be in vain, but will only end in gain’ These are the words that I ended my sermon with last week on the 8th of June. That Sunday marked the end of another month’s worth of ministry and study. Upon reflection, the most challengingContinue reading “Momentous May”

A Theological Blind Spot

About 3 years ago, I caught up with Pastor Steve Chong who had just returned from the UK. He told me about his experience with the New Frontiers church planting movement, ranting about all the great things that they’re doing and how he was super blessed to be able to speak there. If you were following theContinue reading “A Theological Blind Spot”

My New Tattoo

A few days ago (May 12, 2014), Dr Russell Moore, President of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission posted a fabulous article titled ‘The Church Needs More Tattoos’. The title captured my attention immediately because more tattoos in the church sounds like an oxymoron. I won’t give away the entire article, and you canContinue reading “My New Tattoo”