The Covid-19 crisis put many of us in difficult situations when it comes to Sunday worship. Those of us who are in a lock-down have no choice but only to watch either a pre-recorded clip or a livestream of the Sunday services.
There has been one definite benefit I have gained from all the enforced mask wearing – I haven’t caught even a single mild case of cold since wearing these awful and dreadful face masks since last year.
I certainly am not well-off. I am currently a full-time student, barely having to pay off my tuition fees and my living cost. Yet, gratefully, the Lord has provided me with a part time position where I am able to make just enough money to live through week by week.
It’s been a while since I have been a Christian now. I first met the Lord in my uni days, and ever since I have not departed from the faith. Though at a snail’s pace, I have definitely grown much since my spiritual birth: in wisdom, in Christ-like character, in doctrinal knowledge etc.
Don’t you just hate it when you receive bad service? Whether it was at a restaurant or a retail store, when the staff whom you interact with is either disrespectful or being dreadful, it really diminishes your shopping experience and it might even ruin your day!
You don’t need to be a pastor or a missionary to be involved in some sort of ministry. In fact, God has given all of us certain types of ministry and calling that we cannot escape from: calling at home, vocation and the local church.