Mussita Ng

Press Services International

Mussita Ng is a follower of Jesus Christ from Wellington, New Zealand. Her previous articles may be viewed at https://www.pressserviceinternational.org/mussita-ng.html

  • Will you sit silently with me?

    Sometimes all we want is for someone to sit with us.

  • “But what if I mess up?”

    “If you do, we can clean it up. We can start again. And imagine what it would be like if you don’t mess up?”

  • What do you do with pearls?

    Just imagine going to work one morning, and returning home the same day $100 million richer. What kind of job is that, you ask? Well, that’s the story of a Filipino fisherman who discovered an approximately two-foot-long pearl inside a giant clam. (https://www.forbes.com)

  • Every word

    We had just left the drive through at McDonalds. Driving to the park for a picnic and some play time in the sun, I smiled at the nonstop chatter and laughter of my children.

  • That was a God moment

    Another Monday rolled around.

  • That which will last

    Tiny. That is what it felt like walking among redwood trees. I was mesmerized and somewhat overwhelmed by these giants. I never imagined that I would feel dwarfed by trees!

  • To have less in our hands

    The kids were quiet for a tad too long. Anyone with kids know that struggle between wanting to know what they are up to and enjoying the silence for just another minute.

  • Out of the box

    With every significant event that takes place in the world, the church has changed. What we know of church, what we do in church, who goes to church – that have all been impacted generations after generations.

  • Faith that sees beyond the natural

    For Christians and churches in New Zealand, the past one year has been a somewhat interesting time. We have had rude awakenings from the passing of an extreme abortion law and more recently, the passing of the COVID-19 Public Health Response Bill.

  • Serving with Martha, sitting with Mary

    What is it about the end of the year that seems to bring the best or the worst out of us? I often find myself scrambling to cross out things to do all the way up to Christmas and then crash for many days after.