December 17, 2011

Blessed Christmas & happy New Year 2012!

This year has been amazing year for us. Thank you for your prayer and support. We pray that you will experience the fullness of His love, joy & peace in this special season!...Tee & Joy

December 16, 2011

What is Communication?

Here is the video project me and my friends from School of Mission Communication produced.

October 31, 2011

I Lift My Hands (Live) - Chris Tomlin

This is the concert of my life! Chris is probably my favorite worship leader/songwriter that I most admired. It was such a privilege to be able to watch him performed LIVE! It was so good. The presence of God just so overwhelmed. So here's the glimpse of what I've experienced. 

Chris Tomlin's "I Life My Hands" recorded from "And If Our God Is For Us" tour to Colorado Springs Fall 2011.

October 21, 2011

Christy Nockels' New Song "Wonderful"

A beautiful new song by Christy Nockels, recorded at Chris Tomlin's concert. "Wonderful"

October 18, 2011

My Reflection on the battle for communication

I wrote this about 2 weeks ago for my school assignment and I thought it would be nice to share with the rest of you. Be Blessed. Tee =)

Reflection from SMC –Tee Suwit L.
26 Sep 2011

Usually Monday morning isn’t my favorite time of the week especially when I had such a full-on weekend, it makes me feel like sleeping in; but as the saying goes “the show must go on” so here we go. Let’s get the class going.

To be honest, I wasn’t really sure what to expect for this week’s lecture. Though it was stated on the weekly schedule that the topic of this week would be “Writing, story telling and interview”. I personally love to tell story, but at times, my memory seem to fail me whenever I want to recall some of the good stories which I have heard before. I am also in total awareness that my discipline of writing is pretty bad. My favorite excuse is that English isn’t my first language.

Patrick Butler is the name of the speaker this week. It’s kind of interesting how he started off our class this morning. It was totally unexpected. To me, his appearance was like a gentle giant, as he was quite tall, but he had a soft-spoken voice and a radiant smile. It shocked me when he began in a rather loud note like clapping of hands and cheering us on with a loud voice like the way a sport coach would cheer his team on.

I think it’s probably one of those God-moments, which in my experience is very common to us as YWAMers. When we plan to do something, the Lord would show up and turn our world upside down in the end.

Next thing I know, we were moving under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, in praying and supporting one another, upholding each other in prayer as well as affirming each other’s calling. I was so eager to hear about how to write a good piece of article or how to craft the best creative writing. But Patrick gave us even more than that. It’s the big picture of why we do what we do and how important it is to be a Communication warrior for God.

Word has an extraordinary power. It either speaks life or death. The great battle we are in today is really about fighting to communicate the truth in the world that seem to think there is no absolute truth but rather relative as individual would define.

What Patrick did to us was simply to affirm us of the vital role we play in this warfare, as Christian-truth seeking communicator. What a powerful tool we have in our hands to communicate the truth of God to the world as in the way he puts it “Pen and sword in our hands”

God has given each one of us a true privilege of the ability to communicate. I’m personally intended to be a good steward of this privilege and communicate truthfully for the Kingdom of our Lord.

JR's TED Prize wish: Use art to turn the world inside out

This guy totally inspired me.....

October 17, 2011

180 Movie

Take some 33 mins off to watch this short documentary. And I promised, your life (or at least your perspective of life) would change forever.....

September 01, 2011

My life will never be your life.

This quote stucked in my head for the past week. This quote came from none other than the famous Steve Jobs who had just made a headlines worldwide as he stepped down from CEO post at Apple, Inc. He said somewhere and I quote

"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life." -Steve Jobs

It's somewhat true, if you really carefully look into lives of many that you have met personally, or read about from autobiographies, books, news, etc.. You would come to realized that not a single one of them have the same life. (At the most maybe just similar but to have exactly same kind of life? I really doubt so.)

You see, God has created us each a very unique creation. Even our features, the way we look are all so different. Even the twins that we are saying they are looking the same, but actually no! Go ask those twins, they will tell you right away what are the differences between both of them! It's amazing how God created each and everyone of us so uniquely authentic. That shows how much He cares about us. All the details matter.

Now, let's get back to our dear Steve's quote. What I take away from this statement is that "My life will never be your life" All of us will live a different kind of life all together depends on our decision in life we make. So why even bother about trying to tell others what to do or try to be like someone else?

I think many at times, with our good intention, we tend to force people around us to be something that they real not. With our expectation, we make people to be someone else that they are not meant to be. That is why the saying "people wearing mask" is pretty normal these days. Because of expectation around them, they can't truly be who they really are for so many reasons. They could lose their jobs, lose their love ones, etc...if they don't live up to those expectations. It's kinda sad life isn't it?

For certain, I do believe that there is nothing wrong for one to aspire to be like someone successful, famous. That is a goal or motivation to develop one's character. But what I am really uncomfortable with is that for some people, it goes to the extreme extend of obsession. (Remember how you crazy about some rockstars or Sports personality when you were back in school?) That's unhealthy. That's dangerous.

Another thing that I'm thinking and I would like to share is that, we should not try to put false expectation onto someone's life as well. I know we have good intention most of the time, but perhaps, our action rather cause more problem than it actually help. I'm not a dad just yet, so I may not know how it's like to expect my child to be something great and help him/her to achieve that in a healthy way. But I have read enough and encounter with Godly parents to know that there is a way to aspire your children to be who they meant to be, and achieve great success in life. You see, it isn't about what they can do. it's about what God can do!

It's come down the each life need to walk in Fear of the Lord, I suppose. For in the Fear of the Lord, there's the beginning of Wisdom (Pro.1:8) When we have wisdom, we will know how to live our lives to fulfill our destiny that God our Creator has for us. As a parents, a teacher, a pastor or someone influential in others lives. We ought to help those people to walk in the Fear of the Lord and discover their true identity in Christ. Out of that, their lives will be transformed. All they care will be the matter of the Lord. Wanting to please Him.

Let's allow each other to walk in the Fear of the Lord, discover their own journey with God, and strengthen one another in prayer and encouragement. I think that's what Church or the Body of Christ is all about.

It's all about LOVE.

Remember, you can never live someone else's life. So start living your life with God, right now!

Just my two cents worth =)

ps. Thanks Steve for that sparks of thought. Pray that God will heal you completely from your illness so that you can return and rock the world with your innovation once again. =)

For the Love of Apple =p

August 22, 2011

Hope Springs Eternal

Following taken from A daily Devotional by John C. Maxwell

There is surely a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off.
Proverbs 23:18 (NIV)

One of the greatest gifts leaders can give to those around them is hope. Never underestimate its power. Winston Churchill was once asked by a reporter what his country's greatest weapon was against Hitler's Nazi regime. Without pausing for a moment, he said: "It was what England's greatest weapon has always been - hope."

People will continue working, struggling, and trying if they have hope. Hope lifts people's morale. It improves their self-image. It re-energizes them. It raises their expectations. It is the leader's job to hold hope high, to instill it in the people he leads. Our people will have hope only if we give it to them. And we will have hope to give if we maintain the right attitude.

Marshall Foch was a hero in the Battle of Verdun. He observed, "There are no hopeless situations; there are only men who have grown hopeless about them." Maintaining hope comes from seeing the potential in every situation and staying positive, despite the circumstances.

Developing the Leaders Around You

August 09, 2011

ENSLAVED : Let's put an end to Human Trafficking!

A documentary on Human Trafficking produced by MTV EXIT Foundation. This is a Thai version (Eng Sub) hosted by Ananda Everingham.

August 04, 2011

The Story Behind Revelation Song

This is the story of one of my favorite song currently. Apparently it won best worship song from Dove Award 2010! Glory to the Lamb who was slain. May you experience the beauty of Jesus thru this song.

August 03, 2011

The Role Of Prayer In Spiritual Awakening by J. Edwin Orr

I was listening to this preaching during Kairos Course tonight, I was so stirred up in my spirit about the significant of prayer that could impact our world. So I would like to share this with you, and pray that our Heavenly Father would give u a new insight to our secret weapon to change the world.


July 18, 2011

This is Discipleship..This is Church..

I came across this video and totally convicted of its message. I have always believe that church is never a building as many would's the people within...and more than that, this people are ought to get out into the society and shine forth, bring light of Jesus to the world filled with darkness. This is Discipleship, This is CHURCH.

June 06, 2011

Chris Tomlin - I Lift My Hands

In time of deepest sorrow, do lift your hands to God, open your eyes, be reminded again and again that He is FAITHFUL GOD. Let FAITH arise!! Pour out your heart to HIM. Then you shall experience His LOVE, His MERCY, His GRACE. Let FAITH arise....

April 04, 2011

I Love You : My Wedding EP by Tee Suwit

This is the music video of my song "I Love You" which I wrote for my wedding. This is probably a very 1st music video production we ever did!! It was use as a prelude for my wedding. I absolutely love it. Thanks for the hard work on scripting, directing, shooting and editing by Brandon M. Krause & Joshua Riordan. You rocx!! featured in the video was myself and my lovely wife Joy =)

Credit on the song : Written & Performed by Tee Suwit
Backing Vocal, Keyboards & Drum programming : Utt Ramet Kuptarat

April 01, 2011

Our Wedding Highlight

The highlight from our wedding on 19th March 2011, The wedding of Tee & Joy =) Thanks everyone for making it a very special day. I hope you also enjoy it. I felt so much pleasure of Daddy God as I stood there next to my wife, worshipping Him with the rest of you. So awesome, beyond my expectation!!

Thanks Brandon and Josh for this quick highlight. You guys are the best. =)

March 12, 2011


Quote this from Facebook, do pray and consider donation people, Japan needs you in such a time as this:

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February 05, 2011

The Story beyond the Still

This HD Video contest has been running via for quite some time. And finally it comes to the final chapter. So this is the collaborative piece of all 8 chapters produced by 6 different filmmakers. This is the story beyond the still.