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When different research tell you different things

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

In my previous church, I was notorious for several things. One is my reputation for being a hard person. I am renown for 1 incident (and 1 incident only!): I had once sent a misbehaving child home from a children’s camp for repeatedly defying my instruction to him not to enter the girls’ sleeping area…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 29 December 2019
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Christmas is coming

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

You know Christmas is coming in Singapore because there are signs everywhere. Christmas trees (and there is one in WAC itself), socks for Santa Claus to drop his presents (I always laugh at this absurdity), aerosol sprays to mimic snow effects, and so on. Malls and shops start putting on signs that scream, “Christmas Sale!!!” Just in case you still didn’t get it, every other major shopping mall would pipe in Christmas-themed songs…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 22 December 2019
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Scars in our lives

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

I have 2 scars on me as a result of my klutziness (clumsiness). The first is above my left knee. When I was 10 years old, I walked past a bench in the school canteen, not noticing that there was a nail sticking out. It wasn’t even the sharp end that cut me; it was the head of the nail that did. I bled a bit, but a teacher put on a dressing and I thought it was the end of it …

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 15 December 2019
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Spiritual Warfare

Written by Revd Bertram Cheong

You might recall that I once said that spiritual attacks do not always take the form of exorcism scenarios like the ones we see in the media. To be certain, those types of manifestations are real; they do happen. But they are actually “low-level” manifestations…

Posted on WAC Bulletin on 8 December 2019
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