Life as a Traveler

Alice Cheung Life is when a newborn baby comes into this sparkling world, naked and barehanded. Very soon, he would have to leave this familiar and dazzling world and return to the gloom, being naked and barehanded again. A famous ancient Chinese poet, Su Dongpo from Song Dynasty exclaimed that “Life is like an adverse journey and I am also

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An Armless Artist

Helen Man Poor Baby In the spring of 1974, a newborn baby girl was found at a meat market in a small town in Taiwan. The baby’s crying attracted many people to gather around her. The crowd found that she was born with no arms, uneven legs, and a deformed body. They took her to the police. Some charities checked

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Praying for Spiritual Transformation

Dale Winder The National Initiatives Manager for the BGEA of Canada When I began my elementary school years we began the day singing the Canadian national anthem and saying the Lord’s Prayer in unison. By the time I finished high school we were taught that science had proven God does not exist. Therefore, not only did we stop saying the

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Urban Mission – Mission at the Door Step

by Woon Yuen Cheng, PhD, missioner, pro-temp Director of VCCSTM The main article of the current issue of The Logos “Urban Evangelism – The Flow of Love” has taken on an old topic afresh regarding urban evangelism. Urban city, a place where people congregate, and in everyday live where frequent interpersonal influences and communications take place. Without a doubt, it

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The Realm of Life

By  Alice Cheng The realm of life is considered as the awareness of one’s mind and the cultivation of one’s character. It is closely related to our vision, mood, and cultivation. When the horizon is high, there is no obstacle and there is a clear wave in the heart. The eyes are the window of the soul: What comes into

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