Current mood: fuzzy
Headache, go away!


Re-encounter was such a good time and I walked out with a heart of worship, gotten rid of some strongholds in terms of my attitudes/way of thinking towards certain things, and I know that God desires to use me to advance his kingdom - that as I share my testimony or minister/disciple people, they too will come to the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, and I can release that same healing & restoration to all the lost & hurting souls out there.

got myself some FRESH praise & worship songs to kick off the new school sem 

first attempt at purchasing music online, and it’s really convenient! :) 


Holding On - inspired by the new song by John Mark and Sarah McMillan

“When the night is holding on to me, God is holding on”

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module selection!

this is such a geeky moment but i’m so excited that just as i’m entering the last year of law school, 3 new modules on Chinese law are introduced just in time for me to take them!!!!! I’ve no idea why I’m so attracted to Chinese mods (ok maybe i do), especially when I wanna be a litigation lawyer and not a corporate lawyer, but there is just something irresistible about China~~~~ 

Anyway, now I’m spoilt for choice and can’t even take them all!  

love keeps no record of wrongs

love is patient, love is kind 


Second week of summer in review:
Jessica discovering mimosas for the first time before visiting Mummy!
Jinhong’s first birthday
Bringing Phoebe to tour law school before meeting up with Wenlin for discipling n cafe hopping!
Cupcakes from Nora at the poverty roundtable at NVPC on Sat, followed by edge

+ Samuels surprise birthday party at fort canning
+ internship applications, agc law reform essay competition
+ change in return tix from Israel.. by God’s grace we will be able to change it!

First week of summer break (May 2014)
Looking back at this week I’m really grateful for the different friends I got to meet up with,
thankful to God that the air tix & applications for tuition fee waivers for the Israel summer programme are slowly getting ironed out,
and meeting up with friends, including those who appear in the pic and those whom I didn’t take any pic with but nonetheless had a very fulfilling time - Jane, Yanling, Josephine & Jaslyn.

If I were to single out something which I’m especially glad I did, it would be surprising my friend with a box of macaroons when I knew she was feeling down.

Yet there is this sense of dissatisfaction that I know there are people out there waiting for me to consolidate, disciple, n some stuff on my family front that I’ve to step up and take more initiative. Not to mention I’ve got to find a job after coming back from Israel and apply for TCs! (No time for procrastination)


This week, I’ve been really guided by Pastor Han’s sermon at morning service last Sunday: am I doing things which bring life, or they may seemingly be good things but if it is done from worldly wisdom, no matter how good it is, it will actually lead to death.

These pictures, some may be ordinary
Blue skies, fluffy clouds or wispy strands
Sun rays, drooping leaves
4th and 5th pictures are throwbacks of my 2011 Yunnan youth expedition project (yep)
The last picture of the donkey.. is a picture which my friend sent me haha (hugs)
These are reminders of nature, which God created for our enjoyment and appreciation

School’s out!

Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. (Col 4:6) 


Tapestry, Hillsong (Zion)