Ipoh Herald #33-2014

Visitors

  • Fate Palma (Anna Liza’s friend)
  • Romel Villaneuva (Anna Liza’s friend)

Visiting Brethren

  • Tan Hui Yi (Kota Kemuning)
  • Loh Boon Eng (Central North, Perth)

Next Sermon Speakers

  • Bro. Ting Kong Eyo (English)
  • Bro. Victor Chu (中文)

Upcoming Events

  • 21-28th Nov: 2nd Myanmar Medical Mission
  • 26-29th Nov: 7th Annual Four Seas Lectureship (Theme: The Spirit & His Sword) at the Jurong church
  • 22-25th Dec: 27th Youth Development Programme (Theme: Chosen Vessle) at El Sanctuary Malacca

Friday Bible Class

  • Bro. Victor Chu will be teaching the class on the book of Romans.
  • Class begins at 8pm.

Kampar Cell Group

  • Every Tuesday at 7pm, there will be a cell group at sis. Katie Tey’s residence.
  • Please liaise with her (010-7111207) if you would like to attend.

Kampar Evening Worship

  • The evening worship went on smoothly with the support of 17 brethren from Ipoh, 1 brother from Central North, Perth (Boon Eng), 1 sister from Kampar & 1 visitor (Michael Mak) .
  • Thank you bro. Loh Boon Eng for preaching in Kampar.
  • All members are encouraged to participate in the service & invite friends/family in the vicinity.
  • As usual, next week’s evening worship will commence at 5.30pm.
  • Bro. Jonathan Chan will be preaching on 24th August.

Prayer Requests

  • Poh Hee Hong (012-5053912) who is still recuperating from a mild stroke.
  • Tan Ai Hong (Ai Luan’s sister) who is still diagnosed with 2nd stage breast cancer.
  • Oo Hong Lee who is diagnosed with a pancreatic tumor.
  • Kong Pooi See (Ai Luan’s staff) who is suffering from 2nd stage tongue cancer. Pray for her salvation as well.
  • Lin (SJCOC member) who is suffering from 3rd stage lung cancer.
  • Katie Tey who is facing some opposition from her family members with regards to her faith.
  • Maniam (member of the church who was baptized many years ago), currently studying with Victor Chu & has rededicated his life to God.
  • Kampar outreach for the success of the ongoing mission work.
  • Growth for the Ipoh congregation.

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