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Hope In The Storm

Tuesday, 28 July 2020, 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Online via YouTube Live Stream

Organized by Faith’s Ministry for Witness & Evangelism

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Via YouTube live stream: faithmc.sg/goodnews. No registration required!

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Since the onset of COVID-19, the world we are familiar with has been turned upside down. With no cure or end in sight, the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of the pandemic has upended lives. Social distancing, loss of income and fear of infection are the fabric of the new normal. Stress and anxiety are elevated as humankind battles the virus and adapts to the unknown.

Having little to no control over what lies ahead, we hold on tightly to all that we are familiar with – wealth, health, career, friendships, material goods, and more. Yet insecurity still overwhelms our being and the search goes on.

As the world looks toward a solution in this current storm, is there a hope we can cling to? Is there an answer to the volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity we face? Come and join us in an online conversation about having confidence in the midst of uncertainty and how to walk through the unknown with certain hope!


Host Profile
Christine Cheah has been a Finance professional for more than 15 years. She is married with a daughter. Currently worshiping at Faith Methodist Church, she serves as Chairperson of the Witness & Evangelism ministry.

Once lost and hurting, her life was touched and transformed by God. Having shared with others about the true meaning of life, she is excited to tell others about her faith and encourage them to personally experience the love of God.

Speaker Profile
Rev Raymond Fong trained and worked as a lawyer, and is now the Pastor-in-Charge of Faith Methodist Church.

Having journeyed through varied life experiences, he is passionate about helping people find hope in the midst of trying times. He hopes to share about a certain hope as an anchor for our souls in this uncertain season we are in.

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