Tag: Conversion

OYP RCIY'21

The Relentless Pursuit

By Damien Tan Hong Kuang My journey with Jesus started after I attended a Christmas play at my relative’s church when I was a young boy. I was young and impressionable and decided to become a Christian because my relative had said that I would not be saved if I did not. So, I started

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Free to be Me!

By Shaun Choo, 21, RCIY | View the full video here 🙂 Before I came to know Jesus, I was a man who believed heavily in the pleasures of the world. Many of my thoughts and actions revolved around worldly expectations. So often, I found myself wanting to be validated in every aspect of my

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My heart rests in Jesus

I first came to know the faith through my grandfather who is Catholic and from being in a Catholic school for 9 years. Growing up, I witnessed how faithful my grandfather was in his faith and he had often urged me to pray. When his health started to deteriorate, he often asked me to pray

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One God, One Spirit, One Truth

Zaneta Tan & George Lim. Watch full video here  Can a Catholic & Protestant be united in faith?  Pains of Disunity George: I was a cradle Catholic, but my faith only became alive after I had a personal encounter with God at the age of 24. I knew that my partner in life needed to

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Holy Week

Creative Reflection: Procula (Pilate’s Wife)

by Marcell Chua In the gospel for Palm Sunday earlier this week, we notice Pontius Pilate’s wife (traditionally known as Procula) who is mentioned only once briefly, throughout the Passion narrative (Matthew 27:19). She sends Pilate a message to, “have nothing to do with that man,” for she had been upset all day by a

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Holy Week

Reflection: Jesus Heals Malchus

by Mary Koh Malchus is left kneeling on the ground in the garden of Gethsemane, alone and very conscious of his newly healed ear. The garden is deathly silent, a stark contrast to just moments before, where chaos had erupted, with the soldiers fighting off the apostles and encountering bloodshed and a searing pain across

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