President’s Message

The New Year is a new beginning for everyone. For some it is a year of marriage, a transition to a different workplace, a University and so on. Undoubtedly the year will be a continuum of life in the family, work and church. The days of our lives are written by God. Our future is secure.

You have heard it said that time flies really quickly. Time is a gift from God. Our choices and actions reveal our priorities over time. Is God interested in the marketplace of health care? Surely! A disciple’s purpose in health care is intricately woven into God’s global plan of redemption of mankind. His commission,clearly stated in John 20:21 “As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you” is echoed in Matt 28:19 “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations….

In today’s world, we think so much in business terms. Training, performance, outcomes define one’s identity. Our credentials lies not in paper qualifications, but in our deep relationship with Him. We experience His presence, power and authority as we proclaim the Word, and further the works of our Lord Jesus Christ. We call men to repentance by gentle persuasion, not forceful intrusion. In sending out His disciples, He instructs them to be simple and free of clutter (Mark 6:7-9). Mortgages, spouses, children, job, retirement account all seem so essential to life, but in reality can bind us down. We lack mobility and flexibility. Simplicity means total dependence on our Heavenly Father for all things in life. We have a divinely implanted awareness that this world isn’t our home.The soul lives forever. (Ecc 3:11). Let us take His Word seriously; go with a sense of urgency to proclaim the glorious gospel message. Beloved brethren, we are the ‘sent’ ones, serving Him in health care.

“Lord,stamp eternity on my eyeballs.” Jonathan Edwards

Shalom 2020!
Dr Boey Mee Leng

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Venue: No 16 Lentor Place, Singapore 789003
Date: 3rd Saturday of the month
Time: 2.30 pm - 5.00pm

You are cordially invited to join us in worship and prayer to our heavenly Father who alone is worthy of all praise and honor. Let us unite our hearts in prayer as we commit the healthfields of our nation to Him who alone can do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think.

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