Han Hongli was slashed by her ex-husband in broad daylight in April 2022 and almost lost her life. Through it all, she has experienced God’s life-transforming love and grace, and her daughter came to accept Christ. Read how Han Hongli and her daughter struggled with forgiveness and eventually discovered what it means to forgive the inexcusable because God has forgiven the inexcusable in us.
1 Timothy 4:12 urges us not to let anyone “despise you for your youth, but set…an example”. This is exactly what Glenn Wong has been doing, ever since the tender age of eight. Follow him as he explains what God has been doing in his life, from joining the worship team at eight years old to now being a full-time staff at Wesley, 15 years later.
A Singaporean second generation Christian youth, 21-year-old Carolyn faces similar issues as many of her peers. She faces pressures from school and social media, and did not feel very connected to her faith at a young age. Now an active leader in the youth ministry at Wesley Methodist Church, find out what happened to her journey in between.
This article was first published in Wesley TIDINGS, January 2021. “Before I went into full-time ministry, I was a Sunday Christian, even though I had served in various ministries in the church,” said Rev Philip Lim. Recounting what led him …
Harold was leading a comfortable life as a Singapore Airlines station manager in no less than six cities in three continents. In 2003, he was diagnosed with Syringoyelia, a serious medical condition. Instead of sitting around to bemoan his life, Harold went on to committing his life to teaching Christian courses in Church.