Ezekiel (Part 2) Chapter 33-48
When My Sanctuary Is In Their Midst Forever
The watchman speaks hope from the Lord. God will seek the lost, bring back the scattered, bind up the broken and strengthen the sick. He will set over them one Shepherd and He will feed them Himself. Then they will know that He is the Lord and they are His people.
This is the first Creation Care webinar that Wesley Creation Care is organising.
In this first webinar on "Creation Care: Possible in Singapore?", we will be looking at how Creation Care relates to the new heaven & new earth which God is establishing and how it motivates us towards Creation Care.
In addition, we will have three Wesley members who are involved in Creation Care who will share about their perspectives and how they practice Creation Care in their daily lives.
So do join us for a time of learning, listening and sharing!
This course seeks to cover the basics of prayer, different types of prayer, how to overcome hindrances to prayer and how to develop an effective prayer life.
• What is prayer?
• Understand why we pray
• Know who to pray to
• Know how to pray. Two common structures of prayer: the Lord’s Prayer and ACTS
• Roadblocks to Prayer
Trainer: Audree Tan (Pastoral Team Member, Prayer)
The single most common factor for children to thrive is having at least one stable and committed relationship with a supportive parent, caregiver or other adult. Again and again, through research, the value of such relationships on the success of a child is proven. On the flip side, children without at least one secure and stable relationship with an adult unfortunately face higher risk in engagement with detrimental behaviour, addictions and self-confidence.
This webinar intends to share with single parents the ideas and tools to consistently
• Meet the important needs of your children
• Strengthen your relationships with them
• Renew your strengths and energy
Parents, your effort matters and they will not go to waste.
Dr Wu Mi Yin, a designer and facilitator in the educational training industry, is a firm believer in the permanence of family ties and she is passionate about sustaining these bonds through family life education.
Mi Yin has had the privilege of working with many teachers, leaders and parents in Singapore. Seeing them grow personally and professionally to achieve what truly matters to them gives her much joy and
satisfaction. Thus, she believes that parents and children should both be engaged in
learning from life experiences.
Mi Yin has been happily married to Boon Keng for over 20 years and they have three children – Megan, Maximilian and Nathanial.