Last year, when the first MCO (Movement Control Order Lockdown) was declared, we sprung into action and pre-recorded the 1st online worship service, days before Sunday.
This morning, we did the same, after putting an action plan together overnight, for this Sunday’s online service. We will not be filming from The Father’s House for a bit. Our method will be different from next week onwards; but we will continue to do whatever is necessary for our BLC family to worship at home together.
Let’s all continue to stay connected, in the variety of ways that are available to us. Continue to call on each other via phone, or text one another, or via social media; in support and love.
On 9 September 2017 Saturday from 9am – 11am , we welcome you to work with your hands at the BLC garden. The pioneers of the garden and regulars would be there to guide you along, so don’t worry about not knowing what to do.
Well, we do (it’s been growing for more than a year now!) and it’s under the care of a regular set of volunteers who enjoy gardening… and the fellowship that comes out of gardening together.
Our next opportunity to meet and do gardening together is coming soon. You’re invited to join us – whether you think you have green fingers or not! It’s just right after Chinese New Year, so for those hoping to lose CNY calories, gardening is a little more fun than indoor gym! 🙂
Date: Saturday, 4 Feb 2017
Time: 8:30am to 10:30am (we’ll start gardening first, then wrap up with a time of sharing together)
If you’d like to participate, please contact Charis or email rumahpapa[dot]admin[at]gmail[dot]com. This is an open event – all are welcome!
Read more about our BLC Community Garden adventures here.
It was quite a busy but blessed Sunday for us today.
For our children, Sunday School for the 2017 session kicked off today. It’s such a blessing to see our children grow up year by year. We pray that they will continue to grow in the Lord and the wonderful teacher-volunteers we have will be blessed, encouraged, and strengthened as they serve God and our BLC Family through their ministry to children.
Finally, it was a bittersweet moment for us as we bade farewell to Derek and Theresa Holtby; who are returning to their home country. For the several years they have been with us, we have been blessed by their family: Derek’s talent with the trumpet as well as being a voice of conscience to us, Theresa’s wonderful kindness and graciousness, and also the wit, charm, and musical gifts of their children. We have been so blessed to have them in our midst; we are sad to see them go but are happy that this is part of God’s plan for them.
You can check out Sivin’s snazzy sermon Prezi here.
Of course, no celebration is complete without the BLC Family enjoying a meal together. We loved the delicious food catered from our neighbors – Lubuk Bangku D’Cabin Cafe. It was delicious! They’re right opposite us – so feel free to check them out during the week.
Have a blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year, everyone!
I think the best title would be ‘Yeshua’s Prayer’.
The idea of the moon and its reflection is to express the relation between earth and heaven. The original verse reads, “…on earth as it is in heaven.” That’s when I started to think… “On earth… Why shouldn’t God’s will be done? As perfect as it is in heaven… I draw a perfect moon on earth (below) where Jesus stands, praying.
The moon above is resonating: God is listening. We know how to speak softly, but we may need to learn how to listen softly as well. God listens… God’s heart is soft… He is softer than water… He walks on water…
The moon bellow is the perfect moon… Our perfect God… He would not be our Saviour if He did not become flesh.. The moon bellow is a perfect moon… God’s will on earth shall be so perfectly done that this heaven, the one on earth will shed light on the entire universe.
These are my interpretations as one viewer. Everyone can read the painting in a different way.