ABX Express Holds Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Day

ABX Express is committed to ensure safe and health working conditions and to protect the health and safety of its employees at the workplace. The company teamed up with Glory Christian Centre (GCC) Community Care to organize a Healthy Lifestyle Awareness Day.


Health checks like blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol and Body Mass Index were conducted for more than 60 employees. The two talks by professional practitioners on ‘Stress Management’ and ‘Dental Care’ were well received with most employees expressing gaining of knowledge and motivation to adjust their lifestyle.

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Christian Should Strive to Live Transformed Life

KOTA KINABALU: Christians should strive to live the transformed life empowered by the Spirit to give meaning to the death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus Christ. “Live a true Christian life instead living just in Christian name,” Dr William Vun, senior pastor of the Glory Christian Centre (GCC) here, told his congregation during Easter Sunday service.


He told the 1,500-member gathering to reflect on the significance of Easter and align their lives’ purpose to that of God. “Be renewed like those believers on whom Jesus poured down his Spirit after he ascended to heaven,” he said in a stirring message in conjunction with Easter celebrated by Christians worldwide. “With a transformed mind through biblical principles, we will understand and see things differently and have a new beginning in our lives.” During the week, more than 50 new friends made that decision to have a new beginning.

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Do Good. Volunteer.

Anyone can be a do-gooder. All it takes to help someone in need is the willingness to lend a hand. The tough part is getting started: where to go and who to help. The ‘Do Good. Volunteer.’ campaign is an initiative by the Star, in partnership with Leaderonomics, to help Malaysians do just that. It seeks to raise awareness of and connect readers with worthy causes that need volunteers.

Glory Christian Centre’s Children’s Christmas Party Sees Over 2,000 Kids

KOTA KINABALU: In the days approaching Christmas, the church of Glory Christian Centre (GCC) felt the rise in excitement as they prepared for the annual Children’s Christmas Party which aimed to gather the children of the city to celebrate Christmas together.


The result was the filling of the house with more than 2,000 children and 1,000 adults who were shown to remember “When Love Was Born”, the theme of this church’s 2011 Christmas.

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A Day of Fun at Family Carnival

About 4,000 people visited the Family Carnival Day organized by a church, Glory Christian Centre (GCC), in Kota Kinabalu on November 7 as 63 people bled for a good cause.


The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Blood Bank collected blood from donors as crowds thronged the numerous game stalls, food stalls, service counters and children’s fun corner set up within the church’s premises at Damai in conjunction with the piblic holiday marking Hari Raya Haji. The six-hour carnival which started at 10am, was aimed at strengthening members’ relations, meeting new friends as well as giving opportunities for caring Malaysians to give free-will donations to the needy in the city.

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Church Conducts Medical Camp in Pensiangan

KOTA KINABALU: More than 400 rural villagers in faraway Pensiangan district in interior Sabah benefited from a medical camp organised by the Glory Christian Centre (GCC) on August 20-21.


The camp, conducted by 15 volunteers of GCC from here, also included educational activities aside from health talks and oral cancer screening. It was organized as a joint project with the Sabah Health Department.

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HK Actor Shares Transformation of His Life

KOTA KINABALU: No matter the depth of despair a person is experiencing, hope and salvation are available to those who seek- that’s the Easter message Hong Kong actor Huang Zi Yang had for the people of this city.


Speaking to a audience of about 1,800 who watched Huang playing himself in the movie ‘ The Most Dangerous Man’ at the Glory Christian Centre (GCC) auditorium here recently, he shared how his life was transformed by the power of God.

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Christmas Cheers At Hospitals, Welfare Homes

KOTA KINABALU: Smiles, joy and hope were brought to about 700 people in hospitals and welfare homes around Kota Kinabalu Through a series of visits by Glory Christian Centre, an independent church in the city.


In conjunction with the Christmas season and in line with the church’s Christmas theme ‘I Have A Dream’, members of its Community Care and Senior Citizen ministries visited six institutions so far in December.


They began with a Christmas party with residents of the Sri Prichard old folks’ home at Kinarut on Dec 2, followed by a visit at the Likas Hospital (Dec 5), Hospital Mesra (Dec 9), Renewal Life Centre and Care Haven Orphanage (Dec 10) and Beaufort Hospital (Dec 16).

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Medical Camp Benefits 400 Villagers

KOTA KINABALU: The Community Care team from Glory Christian Centre (GCC), Kota Kinabalu with one heart for hearts participated in a medical camp at Kampung Salung in Pensiangan. Over 400 patients received care and treatment from the staff from the Health Department and friends from Sabah Agape and Grace Chapel (Kingfisher). Two cases were referred to the Keningau Hospital for further management.


There were also health talks and presentation of goodies like toothbrush and paste, food, toiletries and educational activities to children. The GCC Community Care works with both government and non-governmental organizations to serve the local community regularly. It can be contacted at 088-250312(office).


Centre Carries Out Community Project


KOTA KINABALU: The Glory Christian Centre (GCC) Kota Kinabalu organised the ‘Channel of Blessings’ community care project on August 1 at its premises to collect usuable and consumable items. Members and friends enthusiastically contributed to the good cause. All the collected items were transported to Pitas, Kota Marudu and Kudat in four vehicles to be donated to the need villagers.

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