2021的馬其頓呼聲

鄭媛元傳道
溫哥華短宣中心事工主任

看不見的時候,主向我要信心;
暴風雨的夜裡,主向我要歌聲。
被傷害的時候,主向我要饒恕;
在孤單的曠野,主向我要得勝。
我說:主啊,我不會,你知道我心裡憂愁……

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Relearning the Basics

Pastor Wayne Kwok
English Ministry Pastor (VCCSTMTC)

Having a kindergartener and a preschooler at home, as parents, one of the most often asked questions in our house for this past year has got to be: “Did you wash your hands?” Coming home after school, “did you wash your hands?” Knowing they just come out from the washroom after using the facilities, “did you wash your hands?” “It’s dinner time… did you wash your hands?” Hand washing is one of the many things we have paid a lot more attention to this year in 2020. It has become part of the new normal that we are all still growing accustomed to day by day, along with wearing masks, air hugs, WFH (work from home) and Zoom meetings. As we gaze back on the year that passed, there were many significant headliners aside from the Coronavirus. Although the wonderful news that dolphins returning to the Venice canal was a hoax, nor did any elephants got drunk on corn wine and crashed a tea garden, the economic slowdown brought about by the pandemic did reduced pollution worldwide that the Punjabis could see the Himalaya, and Hongkongers can see from Central across the Victoria Harbour to Avenue of Stars against a clear blue sky.

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