Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Thursday, February 17, 2011
And so just you know, we have successfully had our Welcoming Night CNY Edition for the January 2011 semester! *party whistles and throws confetti
Since it's CNY Edition, the dress code is to wear anything that is red in color. And indeed, that night, The Olives was practically filled with all sorts of people, in red. It was such a wondrous sight to see everyone gathering, munching away on CNY goodies and fellowshipping.
People came pouring in at around 7-ish, the weather was amazing, and one thing to testify is that the committees have done all they could and eventually God provided the people! Hooray!
It started off with chit chats, and later on everyone gathered in this really huge circle, for the ice breaker. The game is called the 'blanket game', where once the blanket drops, 2 people who are seated facing one another has to call out each others' name. The whole place rang with laughter when you see panicked faces trying to recall ones' name.
Food came next! thanks to the committees, we had food from Kampung Bali. Fried rice, fried mee, Nestum Chicken, Seafood Tofu, Vegetables and drinks.
Up next, praise and worship. It was just superb. I hope God touched each and everyone of you personally.
Station games! 5 groups, roughly about 6 members in each group.
Everyone was seen racing here and there, trying to get hold of the game masters. Once done, signatures taken, next station!
Soon everyone was practically out of breath, with some having to eat/drink unknown concoctions.
The night ended with more chit chats, and people bidding farewell to one another, leaving with a smile plastered on their faces.
I hope all of you enjoyed yourselves, in God's presence. Cause I know I did! See you guys again!
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Everywhere all over the world, Christians celebrates Christmas. It is the anniversary of the birth of Christ. It is a joyous holiday, marked by colourful decorations, family reunions and gatherings, traditional carolling, exquisite food and exchanging of gifts.
Christmas usually, you can see Christmas trees every corner of the house and they have Christmas lights, lanterns and decorations. You can hear carolling outside your neighbourhood, children and adults singing Christmas songs. You can see the busy streets of shopping malls as well; people buying stuffs- ingredients for the food, gifts for the children. And Christmas also is the time for the parents to have a little holiday from work, children having their break from school, families come together to gather and have a little celebration. It is the time where sharing and loving really emerges.
But are we missing the most important part of the celebration? Christmas is the time we give thanks to God for everything, for Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus, Our Saviour. To all Christians celebrating Christmas, we must not forget the true meaning of Christmas, and why we are celebrating it.
Happy holidays and have a joyous Christmas everybody and God bless you and your family! ♥
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Some are requested to do performances. Waka-waka eh eh!