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Most of us are familiar with the Parable of the Good Samaritan. The ending of the parable always invokes in our hearts—“Would we do what the Good Samaritan did?” The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Builder does the same—“Would I choose to be a wise builder or remain a foolish one?”

DUMC STORIES: DARREN LIM 2

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It was always mind boggling before we finally arrived at the decision of serving in a formal ministry at church. I recall those days when my spouse and I were sorting through all the possible options at DUMC and putting them into a continuum of low to high time commitment e.g. Foodbank and First...

DUMC STORIES: MAY NG 2

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It all started with the unanswered phone calls. I was a new believer then. Somehow, I knew in my heart of hearts that to grow as a follower of Christ, it would be crucial for me to belong to a cell group (“CG”). I was really spiritually hungry then, and attending church on Sundays...

DUMC STORIES: ANTHEA TAN

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One night a few months ago, as I was moving about my house, all of a sudden I felt very tired and my body felt very weak. I felt so faint that I had to lie down. I even vomited a few times. I went to see a doctor, who directed me to go to a hospital. It was a long wait until I finally got my...

DUMC STORIES: FELICIA CHANG

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I have been reflecting on the word "Missions." Here is my little story to share.  I was in Chiang Mai, Thailand in 2010 and stayed with a missionary couple there for 6 months . I stayed with them to help set up a halfway house for cancer patients and their family. Basically we worked to...

DUMC STORIES: RICHARD YEO

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As part of our CG’s IMPACTNow initiative, in September 2020, we decided to adopt a Myanmarese refugee family from the Falam Chin tribe. We decided on this initiative as it makes it more meaningful for us to be able to sow into the marginalized on a continued basis as compared to just...

DUMC STORIES: LUKE TAN

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I’m not sure if you have ever felt the paralysis that comes from having your control (or sense thereof) stripped away from you. Prior to this season of life that I find myself in, I have never had this experience before, nor did I anticipate one to be coming my way. 2 years ago, I had some...

DUMC STORIES: DEREK SUM

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When DUMC launched IMPACT 2020, we had an idea of doing something as a cell group with the OA children. Then, Covid-19 happened and our plans were halted. Later, during the RMCO, my wife had a great idea to do something as a family and involve our two daughters (6 and 9 years old) during their...

DUMC STORIES: SARAH TAN

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I was playing badminton when I did a hard smash and completely dislocated my right shoulder. It was around 10pm. I was immediately sent to the hospital, but was made to wait till 8am the following day before they could put me under GA (General Anesthesia, to completely relax my muscles as the...

DUMC STORIES: MAY NG

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Growing up, I have always questioned my existence. Who am I? Is there a meaning to life? What is my purpose here? While I believe that there is a god, I did not feel the need to have God personal in my life then; I believed and trusted in my own abilities for accomplishments, without knowing the...