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DUMC STORIES: DORCAS TEOH

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Early July 2020, a friend came and visited me at work. While we were talking, he asked if I knew of anyone with pain in their last two fingers. Told him that I do not know of anyone but that I did feel pain in my last finger. He said he saw a vision while talking to me, so he asked to pray for...

DUMC STORIES: CHRISTINE KHOO SENG SUAN

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I had been suffering from eczema on the palms of both my hands for about 10 years until recently. Characteristic of this malady was the unbearable itch! Scratching would result in the skin tearing and bleeding. I would have to apply plaster to the wounds on my fingers and palms because leaving...

DUMC STORIES: JUN WOOI 2

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I had a sprained ankle about a week before our DUMC Subang Jaya multisite simulation. A few days prior, I went to physiotherapy and thought that I would be fine by then. However, one day before the service, it got worse. It was my daughter’s full moon, so due to the hectic day I was...

Across The Generations

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Every local church is the body of ChristWhere the young and the old, worship side by side. No one generation greater than the other. Only one is earlier, the other later.The earlier offer wisdom; youthful bring valor. One laid the foundation; the other looked further. On the shoulders of the...

#ServePeople: Ang

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Every week for four to five years now, we have been collecting bread from bakeries that are willing to give us their leftovers on weeknights, and distributing this food to the needy. Usually, we give this food to people like security guards, road sweepers, cleaners- anyone who has to feed their...

DUMC STORIES: CINDY TEOH

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I was having a severe itch on my forehead and neck area. During Celebration, Pastor Chris opened up the altar for healing, and I earnestly asked God to heal me. Yet after that Sunday, my itch problem persisted. I was on the verge of giving up hope on God’s healing power, and wanted to...

#ServePeople: Bernard Lim

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RM150 can buy a lot of things- a bottle of wine, a few types of coffee, a grand birthday cake, a dimsum breakfast…. Or enough food for 50 hungry people, with some leftover. With this in mind, my wife and I started volunteering in the street ministry 12 years ago, bringing food to the...

DUMC STORIES: EMMANUEL

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I joined DUMC in 2007 and attended a cell group in PJN4. I also attended MCPP 1 and 2 and got to visit the orang asli a few times. I live in Ghana now, but DUMC has definitely made me the person I am today. The 4W’s that our cell group implemented, which are Word, Worship, Works and...

DUMC STORIES: DESMOND

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For as long as I can remember, I have been a practising Christian. However, it was more of a religion than a relationship with God back then. It was only during my later years in university and at the start of my career that I began to see God in my life and chose to have a relationship with...

DUMC STORIES: CINDY

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I had to attend a friend’s wedding on one Saturday evening and was unable to attend Saturday celebration, so I decided to watch the livestream instead. That particular week, Pastor Chris was preaching on one of the four things needed to love people, which was to value people. He...

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