On Friday night, we after we went to the opening of Lounge2 where we killed two birds with one stone(had our dinner there :P), we went straight to the Association of Churches hall to attend the Blessed Church Christmas Night 2007, invited by Rambo.
So many people! -.- We were late and had to sit at the corner. The spaces that were reserved for us were taken by other people. Oh well… Who ask we came late? However, later we managed to find some places in front.
Left: The MCs of the night. It’s conducted in English and Mandarin.
Right: The pastor and the church members on stage singing Christmas songs and gospel songs.
Left: Hip hop dance. Who says it’s bad? Things are not bad until human tarnishs it.
Right: Choir formed by the church’s adults. The line was so long! So many of them.
Left: The pastor conducting the choir.
Right: Testimonial shared by one of the church members about how God saved her son’s life from JE. They thought he would die but he didn’t. They thought that if he would live, he’ll be mentally and physically retarted but he didn’t. He’s now an active, young little boy, just like any other children. She shared in Mandarin and the pastor translated it to English.
Left: Sketch about how Jesus cure the blind, the cripple and the one with leprosy.
Right: Esther shared her experience about going to heaven and hell. She shared in Mandarin but sometimes shared in English, the pastor translated it for her. It was very long but interesting. I know some people started to get impatient and whine about it because their mind is somewhere else, only the body was there. Not everyone can go to heaven or hell unless you’re dead which means you can’t come back to tell the tale. Only the gifted ones like Esther went and came back when she’s 12 years old. It’s not a story made up by a 12 years old that never read the bible and attended a church service before. Everything she experienced were in the bible. She’s 21 years old now and is studying in New Zealand and one of the students that achieve the Golden Key.
After that, the pastor announced that whoever that want to accept God that night, they could go to the front to pray together.
Lastly, the lucky draw session. We didn’t win anything hahaha… The hampers were quite big 😛 Anyway, that’s the end of it.
p/s: I didn’t put many photos up because it’s hard to take proper pictures with the “crazy” camera buttons.