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#ServePeople: PJN4 feet washing event

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As part of celebrating Easter, the PJN4 cell groups decided to come together for a feet-washing event. All the CGs involved came to the event prepared and prayerful, knowing that the event served as a reminder of what Jesus did on the cross for us. Just like Jesus washed the feet of His...

DUMC STORIES: PAMELA ONG

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I climbed a tree a few months ago and felt some pain in my lower back from it. The pain was not intense, so I ignored it. A few days later, I came down with a whooping cough that lasted day and night. They were loud, deep-chested and disrupted my sleep at night. Medication did not help it, and...

#ServePeople: See Tho

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As an English and Academic Writing lecturer at Xiamen University Malaysia, I see myself as a “pastor” to about a couple of hundred students. My role takes on various forms. Foremost is to facilitate English learning classes in ways that whet students’ appetites for the...

DUMC STORIES: WAIKUAN WONG

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During Celebration, our second child told us that our first child, who has special needs, had stolen money from our wallet. We surrendered this circumstance to God & allowed Him to guide us. At the end of Celebration, Pastor Alex released an altar call, and a lady prayed for our son. After...

DUMC STORIES: DESMOND CHOE

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This is a long story but looking back, this is a miracle on so many levels. My mother had started to pray for me because I needed a bigger place to host my cell group as my cell met regularly in my tiny shoebox apartment, which was about 300 square feet. One day, we came across a property, and...

DUMC STORIES: SOW WUN

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Following an operation due to adhesion of my intestines, I suffered from a blockage in my small intestine. I couldn’t pass wind or pass motion for a gruesome seven days and had to be admitted after having severe stomach pains. I was in the hospital for seven more days and was not allowed...

#ServePeople: J.S & C.C

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The Watoto children’s choir was performing at church, so my husband & I decided to watch it. However, there were a lot of people, and we noticed some people were standing, including the elderly. We were then led to giving our seats up to them and watched the choir from the overflow...

DUMC STORIES: NICHOLAS

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At the beginning of camp last year, my heart was full of broken glass. I had a lot of pride, arrogance, anger and sin. To be like my friends at school, I started to vape- but then my mum found out! After camp, though, I now have really good friends. They are funny and willing to hang out with...

#ServePeople: Kong Seng

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I started serving because I felt that my faith, without service, was meaningless. I decided to serve by picking up the Myanmarese congregation. As their service starts at midnight, I have to be at church every week at around 10:15 PM. I am on the first shift to pick people up, so I...

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