Lam Kok Hiang has over 30 years of experience in full-time Christian vocational ministry. He holds a MA (Biblical Studies) from Dallas Theological Seminary and has led Cru Singapore as National Team Leader since 2006. An avid runner, Kok Hiang shares a love for books with his wife, Sharon. Together, their desire is to see young leaders rise up in local churches and missions agencies across Asia.
There is a battle that is waging for our minds. Do we need to start changing what we are allowing in to our thought life?
Do you know how your heart is really doing? In this season, let's take the time to check the condition of our hearts and hear from the One who knows it better than we do.
In times of trouble, how do we access God's promise of peace that surpasses all understanding?
Some thing to think about in seasons of endless party invitations.
What do people see in us? What we “show and tell” in our lives to those around us unveil the state of our hearts.
How do we navigate the waiting process, when can't seem to understand what God is doing in our lives?
When waiting gets agonising, how should one respond? How can one remain hopeful?
The beauty of earthly celebrations offers us a glimpse into the grander parties in heaven.
What voices are you currently hearing in your hearts right now? Read how Kok Hiang battles the voice of discouragement and negativity.
How is your new year going to be? It's often a choice between letting our zealous past be a distant memory or returning to God with a renewed devotion. What does Chapter 2 of Jeremiah have to say about this?
Thanksgiving, an occasion traditionally celebrated in North America, is a timely reminder to be thankful. When things are not going as well, however, we struggle to find reasons to thank Him.
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