### On Saturday, April 28, many Malaysians will converge at the historic Dataran Merdeka in support of BERSIH’s call for a free and fair electoral system in Malaysia. Even as I write, the authorities are preparing to lockdown the Dataran in their effort to thwart the plans of the BERSIH 3.0 supporters. If this standoff…
Category: Lutheran Church in Malaysia & Singapore
112: Good Friday
26: Lunch with the Bish: Philip Lok, Phil & Augustin
13: Mini Luther
10: Feet of Clay, Servants of God
355: These Lutheran Pastors are crazy!
354: Religion & the Common Good
A Public Forum on Religion and The Common Good
A Public Forum jointly organised by International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) Date & time: Monday 20th December 2010 2:30pm – 5:30pm Venue : International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia Speakers: Associate Professor A. Balraman, Lecturer, Nottingham University, Malaysian Campus; Secretary, Religious Section of Malaysia Hindu Sangam (Hindu…
Random Thoughts before one more final denominational assignment?
I’m still intrigued, amazed and grateful that I managed to survive serving in a number of ecclesiastical positions in my tribe (i.e. denomination: The Lutheran Church in Malaysia & Singapore) the last 10 years. The two main portfolios I held as the Education Committee Chairman, and the Dean of the Kuala Lumpur district. I’ve also…
Random Thoughts before I start packing again
So Bangsar Lutheran Church became an organized congregation within the Lutheran Church in Malaysia & Singapore tribe in 2001. That’s about one year after we got "resurrected" on 1 April 2000. How time flies! I look really thin in these old photos. standing next to me in blue is the current Bishop, Philip Lok. He…