As Christians on this earth christened with the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20), we have been told to “go into all the world.” For centuries it was a rare few that ventured into boats and disappeared across the horizon in the search of lost souls to bring to Christ. Th
The story of little Odom being rescued from a detention center in Malaysia was well viewed on my blog site. In fact, it was the most read blog ever on my site. (see Odom’s story here) I told you the heartwarming story, but not the “rest of the story”. Trafficking of any person is ho
I am not a person who is easily impressed. What impresses me are people who do amazing things. Yet, I am not talking about great superstar basketball players or mega powerful politicians or even multi-millionaire businessmen. I am impressed with a different type of person. I want t
NAGOYA, Japan – The United Nations Environment Programme is currently meetings in Japan. At the start of the meeting their objective is to discuss ways to save many disappearing species on the Earth. “The world cannot afford to allow nature’s riches to disappear
I have had an issue burning on my heart for a long time. Honestly, I have fought mentioning it, because I know that once I open this can of worm my life will be different. The issue is slavery. If you read this your life might be different too. Bopha is a slave I met on a flight f
Year after year, I hear nauseating debates and arguments between Christians concerning the origins of Christmas; especially its apparent pagan roots. Some Christians see it as a topic in which they need to fight for the purity of their perceived theological persuasion. Other Christi
Generally, every Malaysia is friendly, generous and willing to take any amount of time to build a stronger friendship. Though it is a modern urban country, they have not forgotten the importance of relationships with people.