Ephesians 2:19-22 (NKJV): Now, therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone, in whom the whole building, being fitted together, grows into a holy temple in the Lord, in whom you also are being built together for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit.

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

3 Jan 10 (C)

CM: Barnabas P.
WL: Foong Yee
BU: Peggy Tan, Tian Sia, Hong Lu
P: Jason Lai
S: Jonathan Long
G:Darren Oi
D: Kai Yew
LCD: Timothy, Jocelyn
PA: Manjit, Hiew FF
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10 Jan 10

CM: Siow KW
WL: Kai Yew
BU: Gigi Lim, Foong Yee, Chris Lai
P: Grace Lee
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim
LCD: Siew Pin, Colleen
PA: Tommy Q, Tom C

Friday, December 25, 2009

27 Dec 09

CM: Liong KC
WL:Shankar R.
BU: Foong Yee, Gigi Lim, Kenneth Lai
P: Chris Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Terry
D: Darren Oi
LCD:Moses, Colleen
PA:Tommy Q, Tom C
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3 Jan 10 (C)
CM: Barnabas P.
WL: Foong Yee
BU: Peggy Tan, Tian Sia, Hong Lu

P: Jason Lai
S: Jonathan Long
G:Darren Oi
D: Kai Yew
LCD: Timothy, Jocelyn
PA: Manjit, Hiew FF

Sunday, December 20, 2009

25 Dec 09

Tom C.
Peter Long
Jason Lai, Chris Lai, Colleen
Grace Lee
Jonathan Long
Darren Oi
Kai Yew
Jocelyn, Siew Pin
Manjit, Hiew FF
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27 Dec 09
Liong KC
Shankar R.
Foong Yee, Gigi Lim, Kenneth Lai
Chris Lai
Jocelyn Lee
Terry
Darren Oi
Moses, Colleen
Tommy Q, Tom C

27 Dec 09

CM - Liong KC
WL - Shankar R.
BU - Foong Yee, Gigi Lim, Kenneth Lai
P - Chris Lai
S - Jocelyn Lee
G - Terry
D - Darren Oi
LCD - Moses, Colleen
PA - Tommy Q, Tom C
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3 Jan 10 (C)
Barnabas P.
Foong Yee
Peggy Tan, Tian Sia, Hong Lu
Jason Lai
Jonathan Long
Darren Oi
Kai Yew
Timothy, Jocelyn
Manjit, Hiew FF

Monday, December 14, 2009

20 Dec 09 (C)

Caleb R.
Terry Choong
Foong Yee, Hong Lu, Siew Pin
Lydia Sim
Chris Lai
Anna Sim
Kenneth Lai
Lareina, Timothy
Tommy Q, Tom C
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25 Dec 09
Tom C.
Peter Long
Jason Lai, Chris Lai, Colleen
Grace Lee
Jonathan Long
Darren Oi
Kai Yew
Jocelyn, Siew Pin
Manjit, Hiew FF

Monday, December 7, 2009

13 Dec 09

Siow KW
Peggy Tan
Lareina, Timothy, Shankar
Chris Lai
Jason Lai
Weng Ern
Jaemy C.
Moses, Kenneth
Manjit, Hiew FF
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20 Dec 09 (C)
Caleb R.
Terry Choong
Foong Yee, Hong Lu, Siew Pin
Lydia Sim
Chris Lai
Anna Sim
Kenneth Lai
Lareina, Timothy
Tommy Q, Tom C

Sunday, November 29, 2009

6 Dec 09 (C)

CM: Barnabas P.
WL: Kai Yew
BU: Gigi Lim, Foong Yee, Chris Lai
P: Grace Lee
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim
LCD: Siew Pin, Colleen
PA: Tommy Q, Tom C
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13 Dec 09
Siow KW
Peggy Tan
Lareina, Timothy, Shankar
Chris Lai
Jason Lai
Weng Ern
Jaemy C.
Moses, Kenneth
Manjit, Hiew FF

DECEMBER IS "THANKSGIVING MONTH"


Let us all reflect on 2009 and find reasons to be thankful for...
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Let us look forward to 2010 and find reasons to be thankful for in advance..
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  1. Thank the Good Lord: for good health, providence, guidance, comfort, strength..
  2. Thank our leadership - Church leaders / CG leaders / Ministry leaders..
  3. Thank our brothers & sisters in the White Fields Family..
  4. Thank our own family..
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What are you thankful for?

Monday, November 23, 2009

Youth & Young Adults (YaYA) Slumber Camp

Dates: 18 & 19 December 2009 (Friday & Saturday) - Friday is Awal Muharam PH
Venue: White Fields Assembly
Time: 9am (18 Dec) - 9pm (19 Dec)
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It is fine if you can only come for one day - of course, the best is to stay for both.
You are welcome to invite your friends and relatives.
Send their contact details (email & phone number) to feedback2wfa@gmail.com
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Contacts:
Bro. Hong Lu & Sis. Foong Yee
Bro. Kai Yew & Sis. Michelle
Bro. Terry
Sis. Lydia
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Sis. Foong Yee will be handling all matters related to food.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

29 Nov 09

CM: Liong KC
WL: Foong Yee
BU: Peggy Tan, Tian Sia, Hong Lu
P: Jason Lai
S: Jonathan Long
G: Darren Oi
D: Kai Yew
LCD: Timothy, Jocelyn
PA: Manjit, Hiew FF
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6 Dec 09 (C)
Barnabas P.
Kai Yew
Gigi Lim, Foong Yee, Chris Lai
Grace Lee
Jocelyn Lee
Kenneth Lai
Anna Sim
Siew Pin, Colleen
Tommy Q, Tom C

Sunday, November 15, 2009

22 NOVEMBER 2009

CM: Caleb R.

WL: Peter Long
BU: Tian Sia, Jacquelina, Foong Yee

P: Chris Lai
S: Lydia Sim
G: Darren Oi
D: Jaemy C.

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh

Sunday, November 8, 2009

15 NOVEMBER 2009 - communion

CM: Barnabas P.

WL: Shankar R.
BU: Jason Lai, Hong Lu, Lareina

P: Grace Lee
S: Chris Lai
G: Darren Oi
D: Kenneth Lai

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF
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22 Nov:
CM: Caleb R.

WL: Peter Long
BU: Tian Sia, Jacquelina, Foong Yee

P: Chris Lai
S: Lydia Sim
G: Darren Oi
D: Jaemy C.

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh

Sunday, November 1, 2009

8 NOVEMBER 2009

CM: Dr. Siow KW

WL: Foong Yee
BU: Shankar R., Peggy Tan, Gigi Lim

P: Jason Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Nicholas

LCD: Moses Tan, Timothy Chang
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.
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15 Nov:
CM: Barnabas P.

WL: Shankar R.
BU: Jason Lai, Hong Lu, Lareina

P: Grace Lee
S: Chris Lai
G: Darren Oi
D: Kenneth Lai

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Sunday, October 25, 2009

1 NOVEMBER 2009 - communion

CM: Tom C.

WL: Terry C.
BU: Tian Sia, Gigi Lim, Peggy Tan

P: Lydia Sim
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim

LCD: Moses Tan, Timothy Chang
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh
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8 Nov:
CM: Dr. Siow KW

WL: Foong Yee
BU: Shankar R., Peggy Tan, Gigi Lim

P: Jason Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Nicholas

LCD: Moses Tan, Timothy Chang
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Themes for November & December

been thinking about:
since November is White Fields Assembly's Anniversary Month..
why don't we sing praise & worship songs about family and thanksgiving..
and..
since December is Christmas Month..
it would be great to include some carols into the song list in advent of Christmas Day..
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Christmas Celebration Service:
25 December 2009
Friday
10am
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Sunday Service on 27th December will go on as usual..

Sunday, October 18, 2009

25 OCTOBER 2009

CM: Liong KC

WL: Peggy Tan
BU: Kenneth Lai, Shankar R., Siew Pin

P: Chris Lai
S: Jason Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Kai Yew

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF
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1 Nov:
CM: Tom C.

WL: Terry C.
BU: Tian Sia, Gigi Lim, Peggy Tan

P: Lydia Sim
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim

LCD: Moses Tan, Timothy Chang
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh

Sunday, October 11, 2009

18 OCTOBER 2009 - communion

CM: Caleb R.

WL: Peter Long
BU: Timothy C, Siew Pin, Foong Yee

P: Grace Lee
S: Jason Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Darren Oi

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.
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25 Oct:
CM: Liong KC

WL: Peggy Tan
BU: Kenneth Lai, Shankar R., Siew Pin

P: Chris Lai
S: Jason Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Kai Yew

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Sunday, October 4, 2009

11 OCTOBER 2009

CM: Barnabas P.

WL: Kai Yew
BU: Jason Lai, Jacquelina, Lareina

P: Chris Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Darren Oi
D: Jaemy C.

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Timothy Chang
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh
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18 Oct:
CM: Caleb R.

WL: Peter Long
BU: Timothy C, Siew Pin, Foong Yee

P: Grace Lee
S: Jason Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Darren Oi

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

4 OCTOBER 2009 - communion

CM: Dr. Siow KW

WL: Foong Yee
BU: Tian Sia, Hong Lu, Gigi Lim

P: Jason Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Darren Oi
D: Kenneth Lai

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Timothy Chang
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF
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11 Oct:
CM: Barnabas P.

WL: Kai Yew
BU: Jason Lai, Jacquelina, Lareina

P: Chris Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Darren Oi
D: Jaemy C.

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Timothy Chang
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh

Sunday, September 20, 2009

27 SEPTEMBER 2009

CM: Tom C.

WL: Terry C.
BU: Timothy C, Siew Pin, Peggy Tan

P: Chris Lai
S: Lydia Sim
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Nicholas

LCD: Moses Tan, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.
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4 Oct:
CM: Dr. Siow KW

WL: Foong Yee
BU: Tian Sia, Hong Lu, Gigi Lim

P: Jason Lai
S: Jocelyn Lee
G: Darren Oi
D: Kenneth Lai

LCD: Lee Siew Pin, Timothy Chang
PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Sunday, September 13, 2009

20 SEPTEMBER 2009 - communion

CM: Caleb R.

WL: Peggy Tan
BU: Tian Sia, Gigi Lim, Siew Pin

P: Grace Lee
S: Christopher Lai
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim

LCD: Moses Tan, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh
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27 September
CM: Tom C.
WL: Terry C.
BU: Timothy C, Siew Pin, Peggy Tan
P: Chris Lai
S: Lydia Sim
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Nicholas
LCD: Moses Tan, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Songs 4 Worship Interview (2)

from Don

With 21 albums to his credit and over 5 million units sold, Don Moen is a creative force and an inspirational voice in worship music all over the world. Songs4Worship.com recently sat down for "10 Questions With Don Moen."

S4W.com: What compels you to write new songs?
Moen: I never feel compelled to write songs. I mean, I feel it a little now because there's a deadline (laughs). Seriously, though, I do try to be faithful and sit at the piano and ask, "God, what do you want me to say?" Because it is a gift that I have been given, when there is a need, my first response is to address it musically. For instance, when I wrote "God Will Make A Way," I didn't really feel compelled to write it, but I wanted to know what to say to ease the pain of a lost loved one, and my first response was to write a song.

Now, there have been instances where I have had dreams with the melody and words of a song with someone saying, "Here are the words and here are the chords-write them down." So I actually went to the piano and wrote them down.

S4W.com: Describe the most powerful worship experience you've ever had.
Moen: There are two, actually. One was after I had just written the song "I Want To Be Where You Are." I used to write songs in the apartment of a lady who had a grand piano, and in fact, I was writing the song "This Is My Holy Place," which was the last song for the musical God With Us. As I was writing the song, there suddenly came a really powerful sense of God's presence with me into that room. In fact, I had to get down on my knees because the feeling was so powerful. I literally had to stop praying because I thought to myself "They're going to find me in this room dead tomorrow and not know what happened." Since then, I've often wished that I hadn't stopped praying.
The other experience was during the recording of Bless The Lord in Orlando, Florida at Calvary Assembly of God. All of side two of that album, starting with "I Just Want To Be Where You Are," and ending with "This Is My Holy Place" was one of the most overwhelming times of worship I have ever experienced. In fact, when I listen to it today, it still overwhelms me. And for me to be able to listen to my own music and still be overwhelmed by the presence of God says a lot about the power of that night.

S4W.com: What's the songwriting process like for Don Moen?
Moen: When I started writing music, there weren't many people writing Christian music. I would get song ideas when I was ministering every night with a musical group, and would think, "If only I had a song that said this..." and because I couldn't find a song like that, I would write one. I never planned to be a writer, and still think I have a long way to go. I try to write songs based on a ministry focus. "What needs to be said here and now?" A lot of times, I'll go to an empty church and ask, "What's going to help me get into God's presence this morning." In fact, with "God Is Good All The Time," I sat in a service where a pastor said "God is good," and the people responded "All the time," and I thought, "There needs to be a song like that," so I went to Paul Overstreet and said, "Paul, let's write a song that says 'God Is Good All The Time.'"

S4W.com: What person has influenced your ministry/your music the most and how?
Moen: Probably Ray Schaibly-the man who was my pastor when I was twelve years old, and who passed away last year. Ray was my pastor from the time I was eight through sixteen and that is probably the most crucial time in a boy's life. My dad didn't go to church, so Ray took me fishing and hunting. After church he would lead us in songs with his guitar and would invite us to come to the altar and worship God. I can honestly say that I've thought many times, "You know, I don't think I would be doing what I am today if it weren't for Ray Schaibly and what he did in my life."
Ray gave me a hunger for those moments in God's presence. Why else would I have underlined in my Bible, as a twelve-year-old kid, Psalm 27:4: One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to inquire in his temple. I know that hunger came from what Ray was doing in my life. I kept in touch with him over the years and still keep in touch with his wife.

S4W.com: You've collaborated with other songwriters on songs, such as Paul Overstreet and Claire Cloninger. Have you found that this type of collaboration helps you to think "out of the box" and to stretch your creative muscles?
Moen: Collaboration is a very enjoyable process. I feel that I'm always strong on melodies and they come easy for me. When I was in the ninth grade, I went to an event where there was a competition to write two 16-bar songs. I just wrote them out, and it didn't take that long. I didn't pay any attention to it until later, but the professor had written on my paper, "Young man you have a very unique gift for writing melodies that you need to pursue." To me, it's very easy to write a melody, so it's good for me to collaborate with someone who has a good concept of melodies but also a good concept of words.

S4W.com: Who influenced you as a young musician and who influences you now?
Moen: I listened to old records of Frank Sinatra that my parents had at this lake cottage when I was a kid. I would play them on an old wind-up phonograph that belonged to my grandma and grandpa. On rainy days, I'd spin records like Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey. All these guys were crooners, and sang really romantic ballads. That's what I listened to a lot, so I'm sure when you listen to my music, you'll probably see that I've been influenced by them.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

13 SEPTEMBER 2009

CM: Barnabas P.

WL: Shankar R.
BU: Kenneth Lai, Shankar R., Foong Yee

P: Jason Lai
S: Christopher Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Kai Yew

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Manjit Singh,Hiew FF
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20 SEPTEMBER 2009 - communion
CM: Caleb R.
WL: Peggy Tan
BU: Tian Sia, Gigi Lim, Siew Pin
P: Grace Lee
S: Christopher Lai
G: Kenneth Lai
D: Anna Sim
LCD: Moses Tan, Jocelyn Lee
PA: Tommy Q., Manjit Singh

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Songs 4 Worship Interview (1)

from Don

With 21 albums to his credit and over 5 million units sold, Don Moen is a creative force and an inspirational voice in worship music all over the world. Songs4Worship.com recently sat down for "10 Questions With Don Moen."

Songs4Worship: What has been the greatest challenge you've faced since you began pursuing music as a calling and a career?
Don Moen: Balancing my time is probably the biggest challenge. Balancing my work in the office and my role as a father, husband and songwriter has been a great challenge, and it's tougher now that my children are older. When children are younger, they need food, home and a bath, but as they grow older, they start school and need help with their homework and start driving cars. That's one of the reasons I say no to a lot of things. You only have your kids once. When people ask me if they can pray for me, I ask them to pray that I have balance in my life.

S4W.com: What has been the most profound lesson you've learned about worship over the past few years?
Moen: There were quite a few years when I was first doing praise and worship music when people would laugh at it and say, "That's not music-that's not serious." Only in the last few years has praise and worship music become a genre. Major artists are now doing worship records and they're starting to become their best ones. So only recently has praise and worship come to be recognized as a very significant category, and it's almost the only category in Christian music that is still showing solid growth. For many years it wasn't like that, though, so it was always a challenge to gain recognition without compromising integrity.

S4W.com: What is the most profound lesson you've learned about life over the past few years?
Moen: Be yourself, no matter what it is you do. Many times people try to be someone they're not. I'm a ballad singer, and I don't have hot licks like some artists. My kids would not call my songs "cool," but the most valuable lesson I've learned is to be happy and comfortable with who God made me to be. I think it's so easy to get caught up in the production and presentation of something and to not ask the hard questions, like "Why am I doing what I'm doing?" We should all analyze what we do everyday and say, "Why did we do what we just did."

S4W.com: What does "worship lifestyle" mean to you?
Moen: First of all, it means that worship is more than a song. It's important to remember that music is just one facet of worship. To me, worship lifestyle means being the same person at home and the same person in the supermarket that I am on the stage. It means following the example of Jesus, who was the Son of God, but was also the Son of Man. Jesus was approachable, and people loved to be around him. Just ask yourself, "Was Jesus a true worshiper?" You bet he was.

S4W.com: How do you explain the powerful connection between music and worship expression?
Moen: First of all, music is such a powerful tool for bringing people together. For instance, one song can be sung around the world in different languages and have the same meaning, so why not use the beauty and the power of music to facilitate the worship of God? Look at history-Bach and Handel were the songwriters of the church.

Music also has the ability to tear down barriers. I've seen the power of song bring congregations and denominations together when the greatest sermon could not. It's hard to stay angry with someone when you sit next to him and experience God's presence through song.

S4W.com: How do you explain the powerful connection between music and worship expression?
Moen: First of all, music is such a powerful tool for bringing people together. For instance, one song can be sung around the world in different languages and have the same meaning, so why not use the beauty and the power of music to facilitate the worship of God? Look at history-Bach and Handel were the songwriters of the church.

Music also has the ability to tear down barriers. I've seen the power of song bring congregations and denominations together when the greatest sermon could not. It's hard to stay angry with someone when you sit next to him and experience God's presence through song.

Monday, August 31, 2009

6 SEPTEMBER 2009 - communion

CM: Dr. Siow KW

WL: Kai Yew
BU: Jason Lai, Siew Pin, Lareina

P: Lydia Sim
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Darren Oi

LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Hiew FF, Tommy Q.
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13 SEPTEMBER 2009
CM: Barnabas P.
WL: Shankar R.
BU: Kenneth Lai, Shankar R., Foong Yee
P: Jason Lai
S: Christopher Lai
G: Chew Weng Ern
D: Kai Yew
LCD: Tian Sia, Colleen Chang
PA: Manjit Singh,Hiew FF

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Informal Meeting

For worship leaders

To meet during lunch
After Family Prayer (6 Sept 2009)
At the Children's Room (basement)

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Song Story: I Want To Be Where You Are

From Don
05.04.09

I was sitting alone in a church trying to write the first song of a musical (which turned out to be God With Us) that would be a big and powerful choral anthem inviting people into God’s presence. What came out of my mouth really surprised me because it was so gentle. I put it aside thinking, “This is not the big choral anthem I was looking for;” however, I couldn’t get the medley out of my head.

I tried it out for the first time unfinished in a little church in Oklahoma. I had my legal pad at the piano and because I didn’t have the rhymes yet I just sang the four thoughts I had sketched for a bridge (I want to be where you are, dwelling in your presence, feasting at your table, surrounded by your glory) and decided I’d figure out the rhymes later. But the song so impacted the people that I never changed it.

This song was unique because I felt the Lord had let me capture, in music, a prayer and a cry on hundreds and thousands of people’s hearts, people want to be in God’s presence (Psalm 27:4).

WFA Worship Leaders' Meeting

there will be a short meeting for all Worship Leaders together with Bro. Sim..

6 September 2009
after WFA Family Prayer

kindly avail yourself for this very important meeting..

thank you

Sunday, August 23, 2009

30 AUGUST 2009

30 Aug 09

Barnabas P.
Terry C.
Siew Pin, Joycelyn C., Richard

Grace Lee, Jocelyn Lee
Darren
Jaemy C.

Colleen, Ken Fhui
Tom C., Tommy

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Song Story: I Will Sing

From Don
05.05.09

I wrote the title song for I Will Sing in my car and my first reaction was, “I don’t know where that came from, but I’ll never put it on a Hosanna! Music album!"

I had spent the day at one of Alabama’s gulf coast beaches, about an hour south of Integrity’s studios in Mobile, hoping to write songs for the upcoming album.

I didn't feel anything the entire day. It was one of those times when you wonder where God is. I was driving back home, feeling frustrated, and I said, “Lord, You seem so far away, a million miles or more it feels today.” It just popped out. Then I got another line: “And though I haven’t lost my faith, I must confess right now that it’s hard for me to pray.” The words kept coming, and I wrote the entire song right there in my car, but I didn’t like it. I thought, “What a waste! I need songs for the album; I don’t need this!”

I promptly filed the song away, thinking I’d never use it. Not long after, Integrity’s staff was stunned by the news that the ten-year-old daughter of David C. Reilly, a graphic artist who has designed album covers for Integrity Music for more than a decade, was killed in a car accident.

I remembered the song I had scribbled on a paper, so I recorded it on a CD and sent it to David with a note: “I know you’re going to have days when you feel like, 'Where in the world is God?' but I want to encourage you to sing. Don’t give up.”

The reality is that everyone goes through days when we feel God is far away. There’s a phoniness in Christian circles that says you don’t admit that. But look at Psalm 109. How could David, the sweet psalmist of Israel who said, 'I will bless the Lord at all times,' write these angry words? Because he was honest before the Lord, and that’s what God wants in our worship, too. He knows already, so I want to work on being honest, transparent with the Father, who delights in our hearts.

- Don

Sunday, August 16, 2009

23 AUGUST 2009

23 Aug 09
Dr. Siow KW
Foong Yee
Hong Lu, Ken Fhui, Siew Pin
Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
Terry/Weng Ern
Nicholas
Jocelyn Lee, Timothy C.
Tommy, Manjit

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

I CAN'T HEAR MYSELF!!

a familiar gripe?
from the pianist.. to they keyboardist.. to the guitarists.. to the back ups..
sometimes even the Worship Leader loves this quote..
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why does it happen?
position of instruments vs position of speakers vs condition of speakers & wires vs position of congregation..
it's a whole melange of reasons, factors, obstacles..
enough to make the PA Section cry..
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sometimes it is because you are being drowned out by everyone else turning up their volume..
and so you turn up your volume..
and they play louder and sing harder..
and so do you..
and then the roof caves in...
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how do we come to a compromise?
firstly, ask yourself: what is the role of the music & worship team (including singers, PA & LCD)
>> it is to create a conducive environment for the congregation to worship God.. to be examples to the congregation on how worship should be..
secondly, ask yourself what is your role in the team?
>> to sing - lead accurately/support the leader & to provide the melody.. to accompany with the harmony and fill in the gaps.. to provide the beat/timing/speed..
>> to gel the contributions of the singers/musicians together at appropriate volumes..
>> to assist the congregation to sing the correct words and express their adoration for God..
thirdly, be aware of what you are playing as compared to what other teammates are playing..
>> if the piano is played like the bass or drum, the team will sound like it has 2 drums or 2 bass guitars.. keep it simple, accurate and appropriate.. it is much better than complicated, inaccurate and distracting..
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what can i do as an individual musician?
>> practice the songs on your own until you are confident.. so that during the times you play in a team, you can be certain that you are playing accurately..
>> listen to Worship CDs that mimic the style & tone & needs of the congregation.. if the congregation grew up listening to Integrity Music (Don Moen/ Ron Kenoly's piano & strings driven music).. they might not appreciate Hillsongs Youth/ DC Talk (overdriven guitar & drums).. although there is a time and place to learn to appreciate, it is definitely not in the middle of a Sunday Worship Service..
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what can we do as a team?
>> the worship leader is responsible to lead the team.. to decide (where appropriate) which instrument takes centerstage.. the tone and build up/slow down of the songs and worship service..
>> listen, listen, listen.. to other instrument players... everyone has a style of playing/singing.. try to compliment it, rather than change the style by yourself..
>> be sensitive to the congregation.. the reaction of the congregation can tell a lot about the appropriateness of the song's volume/speed.. pained expressions and silent bystanders are very obvious red flags..
>> worship leaders are encouraged to sing the main melody.. leave the countermelody to the back-up singers.. if you can not hit the high note at the end of a climatic song, don't.. it is not very nice to end a good song with an off key screech..
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when all's said & done:
  1. be prepared at home/by yourself: know the song through & through before introducing it..
  2. play your role/part in the team..
  3. complement the team.. not contradict it..
  4. come prepared for practice..
  5. during practice & worship service: watch, listen & be sensitive..

Monday, August 10, 2009

Song Stories: Thank You Lord

From Don
05.19.09

I was sitting at my church in the balcony, looking at the congregation, and wishing I had a simple song of thanks that people can sing. Praise and worship songs can get very complicated. The congregation really wants to worship, but sometimes as leaders we make it difficult musically and lyrically for them to do that.

That Sunday in my own church, I asked the Lord to give me a song that causes people to give thanks to Him easily, that puts thanksgiving on their lips. The result was "Thank You Lord."

Thanksgiving is the first step to come into His presence: Psalm 100:4 NIV "Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Simply saying "Thank You Lord" is one of the most powerful concepts in worship. To say thank You "for all You've given to me, for all the blessings that I cannot see" is powerful because we're remembering what He's done in the past and thanking Him for all He's going to do in the future. I pray those words in every concert. If you can say "Thank You" for something you haven't seen yet--a job, a car, a healing--that is powerful.

- Don

Sunday, August 9, 2009

16 AUGUST 2009

16 Aug 09

Liong KC
Kai Yew
Colleen, Lareina, Richard
Lydia Sim, Jonathan Long
Anna Sim

Tian Sia, Moses Tan
Manjit, Hiew FF

Monday, August 3, 2009

I Will Sing Devotional

From Don
05.08.09

Lyric Excerpt for “I Will Sing”
I will sing, I will praise.. Even in my darkest hour.. Through the sorrow and the pain.. I will sing, I will praise.. Lift my hands to honor You.. Because Your Word is true.. I will sing..

Scripture reference: Psalm 145:17-18
“The Lord is righteous in all his ways, And loving toward all He has made. The Lord is near to all who call on him, To all who call on him in truth.”(NIV)

When you’re privileged to do what I do, to travel around the country and minister to others through worship, you see a lot of church signs. And depending on what neck of the woods you’re in, some signs just don’t make a lot of sense. Like the one I saw out in front of a beautiful white clapboard chapel on a state highway in Louisiana. It said, “Today’s Sermon: the Word of God.” Trouble was, besides the obvious fact that all sermons should be based on the Bible, I passed that sign on a Thursday. That sermon was long finished.

Another sign I saw recently really confused me. It read: “Pot Luck Revival, Sunday-Wednesday.” I’m still not sure it that church was having a revival or a four-day buffet.

But one church sign seems to be cropping up more than others these days: “Sinners welcome here.” And every time I see one, I think: “Thank the Lord for just telling it like it is.”

The only difference between the sinners inside churches and the sinners outside churches is the amazing grace and forgiveness of God. The saints really are sinners who still fall down, but by the outstretched arm of a merciful God, we get up again. And again.

Trouble is, too many Christians think that they have to be worthy to worship the Lord. Many walk through the workweek feeling that God is far away. They don’t try to pray because they’re not convinced He’s listening. And besides, the anger and fear and doubt that consumes their thoughts isn’t really the stuff you’re supposed to tell God about, right?

Few things are further from the truth. Psalm 145: 18 says, “The Lord is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth.” You can—in fact God wants you to—tell Him what you really think. To be honest about what’s going on in your life and in your heart. He already knows what’s going on anyway, but He longs for you to tell Him all the same.

The reality is that everyone goes through days when we feel God is far away. There’s a phoniness in some Christian circles that says you don’t admit that. But just look at Psalm 109 where David – the sweet psalmist of Israel who said, ‘I will bless the Lord at all times’ – tells God all about his fear and doubt, in no uncertain terms. Why is he so bold? Because he couldn’t be anything but honest before the Lord. That’s what God wants in our worship—our spirit and our truth.

The truth really does set us free. Free to worship with our whole hearts. Don’t be afraid. Be bold and tell God the truth about something you’ve been holding back. Release that sin or bitterness or anger by confessing it, and let the truth set you free.

- Don

Sunday, August 2, 2009

9 AUGUST 2009

9 Aug 09

Tom C.
Shankar R.
Hong Lu, Foong Yee, Siew Pin
Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
Ken Fhui
Darren
Ken Fhui, Colleen
Hiew FF, Manjit

Saturday, August 1, 2009

We Shall Meet on that Beautiful Shore

The mother of our beloved Elder, Lim Swee Boon has gone to be with the Lord today.

Official memorial: Sunday, 2 August @ 8pm
Funeral: Monday, 3 August @ 10am
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Monday, July 27, 2009

Song Story: Give Thanks

From Don
05.06.09

Because Give Thanks is one of the most recognizable songs that I sing, many people think that I wrote it. However, it was written by Henry Smith.

The year was 1978, and Henry had a lot to be thankful for. Recently graduated from seminary and soon to be married, he found himself deeply touched when his pastor preached about 2 Corinthians 8:9. In this verse the apostle Paul explains how Christ, though rich, became poor for our sake in order to help us understand and receive the true and eternal riches He offers us. Henry remembers being filled with peace when he heard this, and amazed at the depth and completeness of Christ’s love.

A seed was planted in him that soon blossomed in Give Thanks. Eight years later, he discovered that the song had “sung” its way into congregations across America.

“I consider what I did to be totally unremarkable,” says Henry. “But what God has done in carrying the song around the world and into people’s lives is incredible. He could have chosen anyone. I’m just thankful to be in His flow and a part of things He’s doing.” I am blessed to sing this song!

- Don

Sunday, July 26, 2009

2 AUGUST 2009

2 Aug 09

Caleb R.
Peggy Tan
Tian Sia, Jun Fhui, Siew Pin
Grace Lee, Jocelyn Lee
Darren
Kai Yew
Meng Fhui, Timothy C.
Tom C., Hiew FF

Sunday, July 19, 2009

26 JULY 20009

26 July 09

Barnabas P.
Peter Long
Gigi, Jacquelina, Richard
Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
Terry/Weng Ern
Ken Fhui
Moses Tan, Tian Sia
Tommy, Tom C.

Monday, July 13, 2009

19 JULY 2009

19 July 09

Dr. Siow KW
Terry C.
Siew Pin, Joycelyn C., Richard,
Lydia Sim, Jocelyn Lee
Anna Sim
Jaemy C.
Colleen, Ken Fhui
Manjit, Tommy

Worship Conference on 25 July (Sat)

9am - 2pm
RM15/pax (include 118pgs handbook, lunch & other material)

Breakout classes offered - Five classes for musicians:
> Worship Keyboard
> Wind Instruments
> Drums & Percussion
> Worship Vocals
> Acoustic Guitar

* Music Theory Made Easy - beginning music reading crash course
* Worship Software – exploring free software for use in worship
* Bible Study for non-musicians
(For those who accompany a musician friend/spouse that have no interest in the musical/technical classes)
* Q&A Session hosted by Senior Pastor, Tim Stutts and Worship Pastor, Kenny Lamm (Particularly for worship leaders and pastors.)
* For those who come with spouses/friends,you can choose to buy 1 handbook and your spouse only need to pay for the lunch RM6!!

Choice of fees with handbook (RM15) OR lunch only (RM6)

We look forward to see you soon!!

Please contact Bro Peter Long by this Sunday 19 July 2009
WFA is sponsoring - especially those who are still studying..
If you are willing to pay your way, do inform us..
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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Song Story: God Will Make A Way

From Don
05.01.09

(From the devotional book God Will Make A Way)

Late one evening, Don Moen received a phone call with devastating news: his wife’s sister had lost her oldest son in an automobile accident. Craig and Susan Phelps and their four sons were traveling through Texas on their way to Colorado when their van was struck broadside by an eighteen-wheeler truck. All four boys were thrown from the van.

Craig and Susan located their sons by their cries, one boy was lying in the ditch, another in an area wet from melted snow. Nearby was his brother who landed by a telephone pole. All were seriously injured, but when Craig, a medical doctor, reached Jeremy, he found him lying by a fence post with his neck broken. There was nothing Craig could do to revive him.

When Don received the news of this tragedy a few hours later, he recalls, My whole world came to a standstill, but I had to get on a plane the next morning and fly to a recording session that had been scheduled for several weeks. Although I knew Craig and Susan were hurting, I couldn’t be with them until the day before the funeral.

During the flight the morning after the accident, God gave me a song for them: God will make a way where there seems to be no way. He works in ways we cannot see. He will make a way for me. The song was based upon Isaiah 43:19 NASB Behold, I will do something new, now it will spring forth; will you not be aware of it? I will even make a roadway in the wilderness, rivers in the desert.

This song would bring comfort to Craig and Susan when all hope seemed lost. It touched the hurt in their hearts with hope and encouragement. Don received a letter from Susan in which she quoted Isaiah 43:4 NASB: Since you are precious in My sight, since you are honored and I love you, I will give other men in your place and other peoples in exchange for your life.

Susan wrote, We’ve seen the truth of the scripture. When Jeremy’s friends learned that he had accepted Jesus into his life before he died, many of them began to ask their own parents how they could be assured of going to heaven when they died. The accident also prompted Craig and Susan into a deeper walk with the Lord as well as into new avenues of ministry. Craig began teaching Sunday school at their church and Susan became active in Women’s Aglow, sharing with various groups her story and the Lord’s provision in her time of sorrow.

She has since said, “The day of the accident, when I got out of the van, even before I knew our son was dead, I knew I had a choice. I could be bitter and angry or I could totally accept God and whatever He had for us. I had to make the decision fast. I’ve seen fruit come as a result of that choice. If I had to, I’d do it again. It’s worth knowing others will go to heaven because of what happened to Jeremy. God really did make a way for us!”

Thursday, July 2, 2009

12 JULY 2009

12 July 09

Liong KC
Foong Yee
Hong Lu, Tian Sia, Siew Pin
Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
Ken Fhui
Nicholas
Jocelyn Lee, Timothy C.
Hiew FF, Manjit

Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Song Story: I Offer My Life

From Don
05.03.09

It was 10:30 P.M., and I was still in my office working on the final song list for John Chisum’s new project called “Firm Foundation.” I knew there was something missing on the list and I felt somewhere on this project we needed to say, "Lord I Offer My Life To You … Everything I’ve Been Through," because this particular project was dealing with inner healing believing that God can restore everything that has been broken in your life. It was important to say something like, “God, I believe you can use all that I have been through for your glory, somehow.”

I decided to call Claire Cloninger who I love to write with. She is one of the most incredible lyricists I have ever known. I called her at 10:30 P.M., and after apologizing for calling so late, told her what I was looking for and played a bit of the chorus of the song over the phone. “Lord, I Offer My Life To You … Everything I’ve Been Through," and told her what I think the song needed to say. In 15 minutes she faxed over some lyrics and we spent 10 more minutes on the phone tweaking this and that and by 11:00 PM the song was finished! I still sing this song at almost every concert.

One little bit of trivia here. There is also a pretty nice bridge to this song that we recorded on Firm Foundation but I have never used it when I sing the song live. I think the reason is because it’s a little tricky and a congregation could get lost singing it. I like to get right to the heart of a song and stay there.

- Don

Sunday, June 28, 2009

5 JULY 2009

5 July 09

Tom C.
Kai Yew
Gigi, Jacquelina, Ken Fhui
Grace Lee, Jonathan Long
Darren
Anna Sim
Tian Sia, Moses Tan
Tom C., Hiew FF

Sunday, June 21, 2009

28 JUNE 2009

29 June 09

Caleb R.
Shankar R.
Hong Lu, Foong Yee, Richard
Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
Terry/Weng Ern
Darren
Ken Fhui, Colleen
Tommy, Manjit

Sunday, June 14, 2009

21 JUNE 2009

21 June 09

Barnabas P.
Peggy Tan
Tian Sia, Jun Fhui, Siew Pin
Lydia Sim
Jocelyn Lee
Anna Sim
Kai Yew
Meng Fhui, Timothy C.
Manjit, Hiew FF

Monday, June 8, 2009

PURPOSE DRIVEN TALK

You will enjoy the new insights that Rick Warren has, with his wife now having cancer and him having 'wealth' from the book sales. This is an absolutely incredible short interview with Rick Warren , 'Purpose Driven Life ' author and pastor of Saddle back Church in California

In the interview by Paul Bradshaw with Rick Warren , Rick said:
People ask me, What is the purpose of life?
And I respond:
In a nutshell, life is preparation for eternity. We were not made to last forever, and God wants us to be with Him in Heaven.

One day my heart is going to stop, and that will be the end of my body-- but not the end of me.
I may live 60 to 100 years on earth, but I am going to spend trillions of years in eternity. This is the warm-up act - the dress rehearsal.. God wants us to practice on earth what we will do forever in eternity.

We were made by God and for God, and until you figure that out, life isn't going to make sense.

Life is a series of problems: Either you are in one now, you're just coming out of one, or you're getting ready to go into another one.

The reason for this is that God is more interested in your character than your comfort; God is more interested in making your life holy than He is in making your life happy.

We can be reasonably happy here on earth, but that's not the goal of life. The goal is to grow in character.

This past year has been the greatest year of my life but also the toughest, with my wife, Kay , getting cancer.

I used to think that life was hills and valleys - you go through a dark time, then you go to the mountaintop, back and forth. I don't believe that anymore.

Rather than life being hills and valleys, I believe that it's kind of like two rails on a railroad track, and at all times you have something good and something bad in your life.
No matter how good things are in your life, there is always something bad that needs to be worked on.
And no matter how bad things are in your life, there is always something good you can thank God for..

You can focus on your purposes, or you can focus on your problems.

If you focus on your problems, you're going into self-centeredness, which is my problem, my issues, my pain.' But one of the easiest ways to get rid of pain is to get your focus off yourself and onto God and others.

We discovered quickly that in spite of the prayers of hundreds of thousands of people, God was not going to heal Kay or make it easy for her- It has been very difficult for her, and yet God has strengthened her character, given her a ministry of helping other people, given her a testimony, drawn her closer to Him and to people.

You have to learn to deal with both the good and the bad of life.

Actually, sometimes learning to deal with the good is harder. For instance, this past year, all of a sudden, when the book sold 15 million copies, it made me instantly very wealthy.

It also brought a lot of notoriety that I had never had to deal with before. I don't think God gives you money or notoriety for your own ego or for you to live a life of ease..

So I began to ask God what He wanted me to do with this money, notoriety and influence.

  • First, in spite of all the money coming in, we would not change our lifestyle one bit.. We made no major purchases.
  • Second, about midway through last year, I stopped taking a salary from the church.
  • Third, we set up foundations to fund an initiative we call The Peace Plan to plant churches, equip leaders, assist the poor, care for the sick, and educate the next generation.
  • Fourth, I added up all that the church had paid me in the 24 years since I started the church, and I gave it all back. It was liberating to be able to serve God for free.

We need to ask ourselves: Am I going to live for possessions? Popularity?

Am I going to be driven by pressures? Guilt? Bitterness? Materialism?

Or am I going to be driven by God's purposes (for my life)?

When I get up in the morning, I sit on the side of my bed and say, God, if I don't get anything else done today, I want to know You more and love You better. God didn't put me on earth just to fulfill a to-do list. He's more interested in what I am than what I do.

That's why we're called human beings, not human doings.

Happy moments, PRAISE GOD.
Difficult moments, SEEK GOD.
Quiet moments, WORSHIP GOD.
Painful moments, TRUST GOD.
Every moment, THANK GOD.

If you do not pass it on, nothing will happen.
But it might be nice to pass it on to a friend....just like I have done.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

14 JUNE 2009

14 June 09

CM: Dr Siow KW
WL: Terry C.
BU: Colleen, Lareina, Richard
P/K: Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
G: Darren
D: Ken Fhui
LCD: Moses Tan, Tian Sia
PA: Hiew FF, Tom C.

Sunday, May 31, 2009

7 JUNE 2009

  • CM: Liong KC
  • WL: Foong Yee
  • BU: Richard, Colleen, Peggy Tan
  • P/K: Grace Lee, Jocelyn Lee
  • G: Anna Sim
  • D: Kai Yew
  • LCD: Moses Tan, Tian Sia
  • PA: Tommy Q., Tom C.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Youth & Young Adults Meeting

Dear all.

Please be aware of the above-mentioned meeting.
This is for all Youth & Young Adults
Parents are encouraged to come to be kept up to date about the direction for these two very precious and important ministries.

The meeting will cover the following areas of concern:
1. Improving & developing approaches to reach out to the Youth & Young Adults in the church
2. Reaching out to the new or visiting youth & young adults
3. Getting everyone involved

Kindly be informed of the details:
Date : 30 May 2009
Day : Saturday
Time : 6.30pm (after worship practice)
Venue : WFA Hospitality Room
*Dinner is provided*

RSVP: 24 May 2009 (Sunday) - please reply/respond to the invites sent out

The church leadership is very concerned about the development and well-being of the future leaders who are yet to be groomed in these ministries.

Do join us in our efforts to strengthen these ministries.

With regards & best wishes.

Say-Khim Sim
~Building Godly Family Relationships ~

Sunday, May 24, 2009

31 MAY 2009

  • CM: Caleb R.
  • WL: Shankar R
  • BU: Gigi Lim, Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • P/K: Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
  • G: Ken Fhui
  • D: Darren
  • LCD: Jocelyn Lee, Eddie Siow
  • PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Sunday, May 17, 2009

24 MAY 2009

  • CM: Barnabas P
  • WL: Peggy Tan
  • BU: Hong Lu, Siew Pin, Nicholas
  • P/K: Lydia Sim, Jonathan Long
  • G: Terry Choong
  • D: Anna Sim
  • LCD: Moses Tan, Joycelyn Choong
  • PA: Tom C., Tommy Quek

Sunday, May 10, 2009

17 MAY 2009

  • CM: Dr. Siow KW
  • WL: Kai Yew
  • BU: Richard, Colleen, Peggy Tan
  • P/K: Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
  • G: Darren
  • D: Nicholas Teh
  • LCD: Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • PA: Hiew FF, Manjit Singh

Sunday, May 3, 2009

10 MAY 2009

  • CM: Liong KC
  • WL: Terry Choong
  • BU: Gigi Li, Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • P/K: Grace Lee, Jocelyn Lee
  • G: Anna Sim
  • D: Jaemy Choong
  • LCD: Ken Fhui, Eric Siow
  • PA: Tommy Quek, Tom C.

Sunday, April 26, 2009

3 MAY 2009

  • CM: Caleb R.
  • WL: Peter Long
  • BU: Hong Lu, Siew Pin, Nicholas
  • P/K: Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
  • G: Ken Fhui
  • D: Darren
  • LCD: Anna Sim, Joycelyn Choong
  • PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Sunday, April 19, 2009

26 APRIL 2009

  • CM: Barnabas P
  • WL: Foong Yee
  • BU: Richard, Colleen, Peggy Tan
  • P/K: Lydia Sim, Jonathan Long
  • G: Darren
  • D: Anna Sim
  • LCD: Jocelyn Lee, Eddie Siow
  • PA: Tom C., Tommy Quek

Monday, April 13, 2009

19 APRIL 2009

  • CM: Siow KW
  • WL:Peggy Tan
  • BU: Gigi Lim, Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • P/K: Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
  • G: Ken Fhui
  • D: Darren
  • LCD: Moses Tan, Joycelyn C.
  • PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Monday, April 6, 2009

12 APRIL 2009

EASTER CELEBRATION SERVICE
  • CM: Tom C
  • WL:Kai Yew
  • BU: Hong Lu, Siew Pin, Nicholas
  • P/K: Grace Lee, Jocelyn Lee
  • G: Terry C.
  • D: Nicholas
  • LCD: Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • PA: Tommy Q., Tom C.

Monday, March 30, 2009

5 APRIL 2009

  • CM: Caleb R
  • WL: Shankar R
  • BU: Richard, Colleen, Peggy Tan
  • P/K: Jun Fhui, Meng Fhui
  • G: Darren
  • D: Kai Yew
  • LCD: Ken Fhui, Eddie Siow
  • PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Monday, March 23, 2009

29 MARCH 2009

  • CM: Barnabas P
  • WL: Terry Choong
  • BU: Gigi Lim, Tian Sia, Jacquelina
  • P/K: Lydia Sim, Jonathan Long
  • G: Anna Sim
  • D: Jaemy Choong
  • LCD: Meng Fhui, Joycelyn Choong
  • PA: Tom C., Tommy Q.

Monday, March 16, 2009

22 MARCH 2009

  • CM: Dr. Siow KW
  • WL: Foong Yee
  • BU: Hong Lu, Siew Pin, Richard
  • P/K: Meng Fhui, Jun Fhui
  • G: Ken Fhui
  • D: Darren
  • LCD: Jocelyn Lee, Tian Sia
  • PA: Manjit Singh, Hiew FF

Friday, March 13, 2009

PLEASE TAKE NOTE:
Kindly send an email with your:
Name, Active Email Address, Contact No
to feedback2wfa@gmail.com

Monday, March 9, 2009

15 MARCH 2009

  • Barnabas P
  • Kai Yew
  • Peggy Tan, Gigi Lim, Colleen Chang
  • Jun Fhui
  • Jonathan Long
  • Jaemy Choong
  • Terry Choong
  • Ken Fhui, Timothy Chang
  • Tom C, Manjit Singh

Monday, March 2, 2009

8 MARCH 2009

  • Siow KW
  • Peggy Tan
  • Foong Yee, Hong Lu, Meng Fhui
  • Lydia Sim
  • Jocelyn Lee
  • Nicholas
  • Anna Sim
  • Moses Tan, Colleen Chang
  • Tommy Quek, Hiew FF

Monday, February 23, 2009

1 MARCH 2009

  • Liong KC
  • Shankar R
  • Siew Pin, Joycelyn C, Jun Fhui
  • Grace Lee
  • Meng Fhui
  • Anna Sim
  • Terry Choong
  • Tian Sia, Jocelyn Lee
  • Manjit Singh, Tom C.

Monday, February 16, 2009

22 FEBRUARY 2009

  • Caleb R
  • Peter Long
  • Shankar R, Jacquelina, Gigi Lim
  • Lydia Sim
  • Jonathan Long
  • Jaemy Choong
  • Anna Sim
  • Richard, Joycelyn Choong
  • Hiew FF, Tommy Quek

Monday, February 9, 2009

15 FEBRUARY 2009

  • Barnabas P
  • Foong Yee
  • Hong Lu, Ken Fhui, Lydia
  • Jun Fhui
  • Meng Fhui
  • Kai Yew
  • Terry Choong
  • Moses
  • Tom C, Manjit Singh

Monday, February 2, 2009

8 FEBRUARY 2008

  • Siow KW
  • Kai Yew
  • Hong Lu, Foong Yee, Colleen Chang
  • Grace Lee
  • Jonathan Long
  • Jaemy Choong
  • Terry Choong
  • Ken Fhui, Joycelyn Choong
  • Tommy Quek, Hiew FF

Monday, January 26, 2009

1 FEBRUARY 2009

  • Liong KC
  • Peggy Tan
  • Siew Pin, Tian Sia, Meng Fhui
  • Jessica Lee
  • Jocelyn Lee
  • Nicholas Teh
  • Anna Sim
  • Moses Tan, Jacquelina Lim
  • Manjit Singh, Tom Cheryan

Monday, January 19, 2009

25 JANUARY 2008 (CNY)

  • Caleb Ramachandran
  • Shankar Ramachandran
  • Lydia Sim, Gigi Lim, Jacquelina Lim
  • Jun Fhui
  • Meng Fhui
  • Anna Sim
  • Terry Choong
  • Tian Sia, Ken Fhui
  • Hiew FF, Tommy Quek

Monday, January 12, 2009

18 JANUARY 2008

  • Barnabas P
  • Terry Choong
  • Joycelyn Choong, Peggy Tan, Ken Fhui
  • Lydia Sim
  • Jonathan Long
  • Jaemy Choong
  • Anna Sim
  • Richard, Colleen Chang
  • Tom Cheryan, Manjit Singh

Monday, January 5, 2009

11 JANUARY 2008

  • Siow KW
  • Foong Yee
  • Hong Lu, Siew Pin, Jun Fhui
  • Jessica Lee
  • Meng Fhui
  • Kai Yew
  • Terry C
  • Moses Tan, Ken Fhui
  • Tommy Q, Hiew FF
.