Friday, January 30, 2009

ZMAX Camp

ZMAX CAMP 2009

14-17 March 2009 @ Genting Highlands

RM130 per person (Group of 3 or more)

Looking for something special to do

this March School Holidays?

Check out the ZMax Camp for youth aged 13-15!
This camp is all about discovering

what life to the maximum means

through theme talks, workshops,

and outdoor activities including a trip to

the Genting Highlands Outdoor Theme Park!!!

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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Finale



©2006-2009 chuggy-mo


. ..gee, guess God gave everyone a choice.





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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Jesus Christ Trading Card








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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Lucifer/Satan Trading Card










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Monday, January 26, 2009

Artist' Illustration of the Fight


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Sunday, January 25, 2009

Devil vs Jesus



©2008-2009 ongchewpeng

Who Will Win?




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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Jesus Caricature


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Friday, January 23, 2009

Word Art


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Thursday, January 22, 2009

LYPG's




These are the Local Youth Prayer Gatherings across Malaysia,
When are you starting yours?





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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Melaka 1st LYPG






map to City Community Church (CCC)





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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Will You Answer The Call?









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Monday, January 19, 2009

Satu Suara








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Sunday, January 18, 2009

mMYPG Report (Participants)

From the attendee’s view

If there was one word to describe the mMYPG in Kuantan, it would be ‘unexpected’. An assembling of teens and young adults to do nothing but cry out to God for Malaysia? One would only dare to dream. But with this first “mini” MYPG gathering of 2009, it is clear that God is setting in place and pressing the launch button to “more than we can possible think or imagine.”

Again it was a gathering of young people from the four regions - North (Alor Setar, Kedah), South (Kluang, Johor), East (Kuantan, Pahang) and West (KL/ PJ). But this time, the rendezvous was the east coast town of Kuantan, where winds of prayer have been fanning a steadily growing flame among the youth.

Because there was not enough time for a full scale promotion, the Kuantan youth leaders decided to make this a ‘mini MYPG’. So it was nothing short of a surprise that the number of participants overshot the target number and pushed to over 200. If this is God’s answer to a mini MYPG, what would He give when we take away the small m?

The night

The gathering opened at Tamil Methodist Church with fellowship and icebreaking on Friday night. After a short time of worship, participants watched the video “Transformation” and then prayed for the next day’s full scale event.

Before the night ended, youth prayer leaders stayed back to press deeper into intercession. One theme that surfaced was “breaking free”, and it paved the way for the next day’s program.

Morning – The day

The dawn watch.

Some of the youth prayer leaders had the burden to press for a further breakthrough before the day’s event. About 30 young people responded to the call and gathered at the church at 6.15 am, asking God to reveal the blockages sensed by many. The answer was simple: sin. Among those God laid down clearly, the primary ones were lust, pride, and rebellion.

The full-day prayer kicked off with worship and a time of repentance led by Yoshua. Following the layout that had been received in the morning, he first asked those who knowingly struggled with those sins to stand. Then, as God’s spirit moved with powerful conviction, volunteers answered the call to represent the rest in prayers of repentance. This was followed by a message by Kenneth Chin on “The Presence of God”.

As these walls of sin were broken, there was a smooth transition to prayer for the nation. Representatives and volunteers came forward to pray for various aspects of the nation: racial unity, religious freedom, and the younger generation.

After lunch, the crowd broke into 14 small groups to pray for the 14 states of Malaysia. The rest of the afternoon was spent praying for the MYPG movement through LYPG, as well as for what God is doing in Kuantan. Just before the close, Kenneth Chin was welcomed back on stage to deliver a “live-feed” message entitled “Fellowship in the Fire” from the story of Daniel and his four friends who purposed not to defile themselves. Then a call to be part of the 100,000 in full-time ministry for God brought the whole event to an end.



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Friday, January 16, 2009

mMYPG Report


What a way to start the New Year; for Kuantan that is, with the mini Malaysia Youth Prayer Gathering (mMYPG) event on the 2nd and 3rd of January, it was indeed something refreshingly new looking forward to. On Friday, 2nd of January, the mMYPG, hosted by the Local Youth Prayer Gathering Kuantan (LYPG) and Higher Ground team was held in the Tamil Methodist Church (TMC) new sanctuary. The event started late in the evening around 6.30pm as it was only a night session. Starting off with dinner was especially pleasing not to mention the fellowship everyone had. Praise and worship followed next after everyone had their dinner. The songs sung moved almost everyone’s hearts, if not then mine as it was speaking of a joint unity and of revival in the nation. The whole place was almost trebling to the voice of everyone jointly praising and worshiping Him. If there was one word to describe it, it would be awesome. Despite it being a youth prayer gathering, the uncles and aunties who came to witness this event were also worshiping and praising Him! After that, there was a video shown. It was on two cities of how prayer has literally changed what was deemed impossible. No amount of words of description could relate how one would feel watching the video of how God can turn a land, corrupted and shackled by the evil one just through prayer. Their faithfulness and persistency in praying truly was a testimony worth sharing because prayer is a powerful weapon! Feeling hyped and excited, they then concluded the night session with a joint prayer to pray for tomorrow (Saturday) as it was going to be a long day.


The next day and as early as 6 in the morning, there were already youths in church having their Morning Prayer and fellowship. The Saturday session starts at 8.30am and after an amazing time worshipping and praising Him, feeling all pumped and hyped from the rush of adrenaline, Yoshua Chua from Agape Presbyterian Kluang, Johor shared with everyone the that they should repent from their lustful, corrupted ways or evil to that matter and be humble and not letting pride overwhelm themselves. Pastor Kenneth Chin from ACTS Church then shared his message on obedience. He portrayed the difference between sacrificing and obedience, that there is sacrifice out of obedience and obedience itself is a sacrifice. Needless to say, by the time he ended his message, it was lunch time. Even during this break, there were some youths in clusters singing songs of praises – a passion they truly have for our Savior. After lunch, the whole crowd of youths and some uncles and aunties broke into smaller groups to pray for the states in Malaysia. The group leader for a particular state gave a brief introduction and points to pray for that state. Some groups prayed simultaneously, some took turns praying, but everyone prayed. Next item up for prayer was for the Malaysia Youth Prayer Gathering (MYPG) which would be held somewhere in June next year, praying for open doors as well as for the upcoming of LYPG’s in Kluang, Petaling Jaya/ Kuala Lumpur and Kulim. The next item for prayer was for the unity of churches in Kuantan, the Higher Ground and the Christian Fellowship (CF) to blossom. After that was to pray for the National Leaders Gathering, Children in Prayer, the persecuted churches and for the ministries in Malaysia led by the local pastors and elders. Pastor Kenneth Chin wrapped up with a sharing; a DREAM for Malaysia, a dream for the youths to rise to His calling and reach out to the nation and from there then to the world. ‘The Call Card’ was then handed to everyone to fill in for the MYPG team to allocate them accordingly to their passion of serving for Him. All praise and glory be to Him as about 115 people responded to the Call Card. We were then dismissed at around 6pm after a closing prayer by Pastor Kenneth Chin. Everyone seemed reluctant to leave, probably because of the fellowship everyone has bonded. Most of the outstation guests who came for this event went back after dinner time.








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Thursday, January 15, 2009

His Mercy



©2008-2009 hersley


Psalm 86:14-16

14 The arrogant are attacking me, O God;
a band of ruthless men seeks my life—
men without regard for you.

15 But you, O Lord, are a compassionate and gracious God,
slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness.

16 Turn to me and have mercy on me;
grant your strength to your servant
and save the son of your maidservant. [a]







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Monday, January 12, 2009

You Can Pray

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Saturday, January 10, 2009

In Heaven




©2007-2009 wheezylou


“[Treasures in Heaven] "Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”- Matthew 6:19-21



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Friday, January 9, 2009

LYPG #9

..::Local Youth Prayer Gathering #9::..
Kuantan Presbyterian Church (KPC) English Section
11th January 2009
3.00pm

Devotion:-
Judges 11
(click to follow to verse)



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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

bersatUnite Vids


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A Youth Initiative to Unite and Pray for Our Nation::













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Monday, January 5, 2009

LYPG Consecutively

2nd KL/PJ Local Youth Prayer Gathering @ BersatUnite! Concert (hosted by TRAC Methodist Youth from KL)
Date: 10th January 2009
Time: 7.30 pm - 10.00 pm
Venue: KL Wesley Methodist Church,KL

Contact person(s):
Esther Wee +60163643934 (Life Methodist Church, Puchong)
Andrew Wong +60176630221 (Grace Methodist Church, Sentul)
For more info check on the BersatUnite concert, click here. Or download this doc for circulation.
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3rd KL/PJ Local Youth Prayer Gathering @ PPBC (hosted by People’s Park Baptist Church Youth)
Date: 17th January 2009
Time: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
Venue: People’s Park Baptist Church, PJ

Contact person(s):
Yvonne Lim +60126658407 (PPBC)
Julee Wong +60169762838 (PPBC)
For more info contact the PJ/KL LYPG team @ pj.kl.lypg@gmail.com






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Sunday, January 4, 2009

bersatUnite




Venue: KL Wesley Methodist Church
Time: 7.30 pm
Date: 10th January 2009
Guest performance: Juwita Suwito


It's aim is to ignite the passion to unite in prayer. We want to see youths especially, on fire for God and praying as a community, regardless of what denomination you are from, as long as you are a follower of Christ...we must be united to pray.

Pray for our country, our nation.
Pray for our leaders, our Prime Minister.
Pray for justice and freedom and peace.
Pray for our churches, pastors and elders/leaders.
Pray for our family, friends and ourselves.

There is so much to pray for! Like the apostles in Acts 1:12, "They all joined together constantly in prayer..." so we should also gather among ourselves to pray.

So come, we want to connect with you, especially if you are from Selangor or KL! We want to establish a network among the churches in this district, to pray and encourage each other, and see where He leads us.

Any further enquiries, do not hesitate to drop us a comment or email us at bersatunite@gmail.com


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Friday, January 2, 2009

mMYPG Shout Out


::mMYPG::

starts Today!

Friday the 2nd of January 2009
..consecutively..
Saturday the 3rd of January 2009


::Venue::
Tamil Methodist Church Kuantan (TMC)


::Time::
(refer to schedule below)


::Fees::
-none-





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Thursday, January 1, 2009

mMYPG Kuantan Schedule

Friday Program Schedule
*click on schedule to enlarge



Saturday Program Schedule
*click on schedule to enlarge

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