December 31, 2005

good bye 2005...say hello to 2006...

Yeah finally 2005 come to it's end.....well....I actually quite excited for the year 2006 though....going to be more busy @ work and see more of God's hands moving among us...I really expecting more of His grace and His presence to be with me. How about you? What's your expectation for year 2006....for me...I want to know God more...deeper and deeper in love with Him. I really want to...

So may you all have a blessed new year.....2006 the year of Go Fest Asia!!!

Happy New Year!!
Brother Tee... :p

December 26, 2005

Finally home after Christmas....!

Yo.....Merry Christmas ya all....yeah i know i know :P today is already 26th but anyway...everyday is Christmas rite?? Finally got home this morning after a week and a half in Bangkok going around to perform with my church team in church and shopping centre in Rangsit area for Christmas. It was great....most probably this trip was a very challenged one to do such thing like acting and speaking in public....and to the fellow Thai...God indeed given me a breakthrough in ministry here in Thailand and it was a very good start....Praise God!

I wanna talk about my home....It was really hard for me....since my house got take over by this new 4 legs and black in colour creature call "Dog!" family new dog...His name is "Nil" means "Black" (as he is black) about 5-6 months old half Golden Retriever and German Shepherd (end up become Black Retriever haha :P) very naughty and I really hate him at the 1st day.....he kept me busy with his jumping and attacking me until my clothes totally in dirt....(since today was raining) Heiz.....stress... I normally love dog....but this dude is real thread to me...I need to win him and make him calm down (under my feet) well that what I'm going to do for this new yr then haha.... (don't take me too serious since I quite gone mad..) Here's his pix!

okie....Officially say "Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!"

"Christmas without Christ means nothing!"

December 15, 2005


Yeah...i know it has been very longgggg time ago since last post. Very sorry for my faithful readers. Anyway, I have been collecting so many experience working in Cambodia for the last 6 weeks. It's awesome! So many reflection that God showed me throughout this trip.

I'll try to post some pictures up here...but now I want to share with you about Cambodia. Esp. for those of you who wanted to visit this land and even be a long-termer here.

Cambodia....the war-torn nation, since the communist revolution during the 70's, went under invasion from Thailand, France, Vietnam and in some sense U.S. This country has been trying to seek for the true hope which will come and restore their kingdom back to the glorious days of Angkor (12th Century). In 1973-75 according to the book "Living Field, Killing Field" by Don Cormack He witnessed the great revival among the christian churches...but right after that 1975 as the world knows as the year of Khmer Rouge "reign of terror" led by Pol Pot. "Brother Number One" It most probably the lowest point of Cambodian history that they killing their own people in the name of revolution. Millions of people were hard laboured and tortured...some are died of mulnutrition and most are murdered. Saved by the Vietnamese Liberation Soldiers in 1979 Cambodia coming back under the communist government throughout the 80's with the great persecution among the churches which survived Khmer Rouge. Only til 1993 that Democracy has been established and 1st election occurred. Then the freedom of religion were presented and that's the beginning of new era of sowing seeds and discipling the young believers to become mature Christian who would take up a new challenge of discipling the future generation of Cambodia.

I was told that more than 50% of Cambodia populations are below 25 year old. Which means Young people and little children are very key and hope of this nation. Lots of Christian NGOs had went into the country to do a great job over there...the Cambodian church are growing....but they do need more people who would go in to discipling them with the solid foundation of God's words. The needs for children and youth ministries, Primary health care, Community Development are just great!!! Don't wait anymore...come and bless the Khmers (Cambodians).

I definitely going back to Cambodia again next year if it's the Lord's will.