When the Way Ahead Seems Dark
I found myself inwardly nodding in recognition when our pastor described how some people might be walking through a dark cave with no idea where the exit was. At that time, my job was coming to an end, and not having received any clear answers from God about my future direction, I felt like I was indeed walking in the “darkness” he described.
Let’s Not Give Up on Malaysia
It may feel like there’s nothing much for us to celebrate this Malaysia Day (especially while COVID’s kept us stuck at home!), but the past year has shown us there’s still much we can thank God for. Though we’ve experienced many ups and downs as a nation, we’ve continued to see the Malaysian spirit on display as we’ve bounced back from challenge after challenge.
This Malaysia Day, let’s look back on how we’ve grown stronger as a nation, and celebrate the different ways we’ve come together to help each other cope during this difficult time. And let’s commit our beloved tanah air into God’s hands, trusting Him to help us grow as a caring and united nation
What’s one harapan you have for Malaysia this year? Share it with us in the comments below!
2 Moves Towards Building a Better Relationship with Your Workmates
When two sinful people work together, it’s inevitable that we’ll rub one another up the wrong way.
That’s perhaps the starting point to building great working relationships with our colleagues—recognising that challenges and frustrations with colleagues will always be a feature of work this side of eternity.
But that doesn’t mean we should simply resign ourselves to this fact and just “suck it up”. The world will encourage us to respond by moving away, and that does make sense, but it’s not what God would want us to do.