Amy Ching

Press Service International

Amy Ching enjoys fellowship with people and seeing their lives changed because of Jesus. Her passion is to influence others and speak into their lives. She loves spending time with family and friends and would love a good meal on top of the fellowship. She enjoys travelling and would love to travel all the time if she can. Amy is a mum. If you want to know more about her, check out her instagram account @chingamy, where she posts about life, her revelations, and hopes to inspire.

  • What I learnt from my baby

    It is a brand new year and I have been reflecting on what I learnt the past year. Interestingly, because I had been staying home to look after my little one, I had learnt a lot from him.

  • Opening your heart to the Lord's 'whatever'

    Have you ever asked yourself if God is still faithful and trustworthy when things seem to go exactly opposite to the way you intended? Did you get upset and ask God why the miracle you thought you had to have was now a disaster you desperately wanted to get out of?

  • Challenge the challenging

    Ever since I started focusing on my personal growth, I noticed I am taking more challenges.

  • My fourth trimester with baby

    Earlier this year, my husband and I welcomed our first baby boy into this world. There was so much joy as we had anticipated his arrival for ten months.

  • Ideas when looking for work

    I was inspired to write this by a recent conversation with my friend who was looking for a job. But, let me start by giving our daddy God praise. I am employed by the biggest online travel agency in the world! Everything is so surreal for me; without God, this would not have been possible.

  • Marriage conflict deconstruction

    I met up with a group of girlfriends over dinner last week and we discussed about how we handled conflicts with our spouses. It was a very interesting conversation as we had different ways of approaching it.

  • You are next in line

    Have you ever woken up thinking of the great things you could do for God, only to have something bad happen and your thinking change to maybe you are not so good? Have you heard testimonies of people in church and felt insignificant and overlooked?

  • Say Yes

    As we enter into the second quarter of 2019, I have been thinking what I can do differently this year so I canhaveanew outlook and fresh experiences. I also reflected on the past years and thought of the things I would or could have done.

  • Mirror, mirror on the wall

    “Who is that girl I see staring straight back at me? Why is my reflection someone I don’t know?”

  • New mindset for 2019

    A famous speaker once quoted, “No matter what struggles, circumstances or experience you’ve had, it’s how you interpret it that will shape your world.” I believe there is truth to this statement. What we believe, we live out, and it would eventually shape our future.