Good morning church. I am Yam Lai Meng from Cell ED1. This morning I stand here to testify of God’s goodness and healing upon my life.
I was diagnosed with benign brain tumor in March 2006. God used my sister to ask me to go for a medical check-up on my brain when I was having headache during CNY in 2005. At first, I ignored her advice as I do not have headache often. The following CNY when she asked me again, I decided to go to QE Hospital for a check-up to stop her from nagging. The brain surgeon sent me for a CT scan.
Good morning, Church! I am Lucy Wong from cell group CC6!
On the 04th of July 2014, I was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer at the Damai Specialist Centre. I was frightened and negative after hearing and thinking of the treatments that would be involved, the going in and coming out of the hospital.Moreover I did not know how to break the news to my family.
My name is Catherine Lee of Cell Group CK4. I accepted the Lord more than 30 years ago and have been with GCC for the past 8 years. Today, I would like to share my testimony on how my life was blessed after I enrolled for Bible School as well as having good achievements in my career by applying the Word of God.
Good morning brothers and sisters, my name is Chew Wooi Ling, from Cell EE5. I came to know God and accepted Jesus as my personal Savior and Lord 9 years ago in GCC. I did not attend Equipping Stations even though I have become a Christian. I thought it was not important and furthermore, my Sunday lunch time will be affected by it. However, my cell leader persistently encouraged me and would even accompany me to the class. Thank God for a godly leader.
Good Morning Church. I am Zechariah and this is my best friend, my wife Shally. We are the Zone Supervisor of Zone EG. We have two beautiful children, Matthew and Melisse. This year is a very meaningful year for me and my family as we enter into our 10th Anniversary. We would like to share about the amazing Grace of God in our marriage and family. GCC is the place we began our love journey.
Good Morning everyone, I am Deacon Michael from Cell CC1. This is my lovely wife, Mary. In the early days, having a pen pal was a way to have a boy-girl relationship. We got to know one another through writing letters. There were no hand phones or computers in the 70’s. Mary was studying in Beaufort while I was staying in KK. Once a week, we would receive a letter from each other. In that 3 years of our love story, we got engaged and were married in 1978. As a husband, I took the responsibility to take care of my wife, working from morning till late at night. We were living a simple but happy life.