Articles to Inspire

Habakkuk

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

The book of Habakkuk is an interesting book. It is one which is almost exclusively complaining. Habakkuk opens by levelling a withering accusation against Judah for its unrighteousness. To his mind, the sins of Judah (and, of course, Israel) were unthinkable because they, being the people of God, ought to know better. So he cries out to God…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 22 September 2019
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Putting on Christ

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

Those who have sat through the Confirmation course that I conducted know that the heart of Anglican worship is not actually the sermon, as is a common understanding. It is actually Holy Communion. Other than the obvious raison d’etre of encountering Christ, I enjoy Communion also for the comedy it sometimes generates…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 15 September 2019
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Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

During my recent holiday trip, Cherlie and I decided to go snorkelling. We decided to put our phones and valuables in a water-proof bag. To be safe, we even put them in separate Ziploc bags. Off we went. It’s been a very long time since I last saw the underwater world when I went scuba-diving so snorkelling was a treat. Fish would swim by you, seemingly undeterred by human presence…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 8 September 2019
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God of Efficiency?

Written by Justin Chua

Earlier this week, I attended Parish Workers’ Fellowship (PWF). I had the privilege of listening to Dr. William Wan (General Secretary of the Singapore Kindness Movement) share about ageing well and what does it mean for full-time ministers. One point that intrigued me was (paraphrased) how important it was to stay relevant and breaking the barrier of “I’m too old for this” by constantly picking up new useful skills (that would, of course, in some way benefit the Kingdom of God)…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 1 September 2019
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