Rajwin Singh, 21 tall dark and handsome (Wow!!) is a FAT Christian - Faithful, Available and Teachable. He is real, relevant, relational and radical in pursuing the will of God for his life. He means business with God and wants to be a Jesus look-a-like. His favorite verse is: If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things pass away behold all things are new. 2 Corinthians 5:17. His favourite books are the Bible, Sergio Scataglini's "The Twelve Transgression" and Lawrence Seow "Our Finest Hour" and he enjoys listening to Gospel Rock!!! Rajwin is a Singaporean 'pekka punjabi' who needs his regular diet of dhall and roti, chicken curry and all food punjabi or indian, including desi tea with spices. Rajwin attends the South Asian International Fellowship Sunday Services from 5.00 – 7.00 pm at the Chapel for All Peoples of St Andrew's Cathedral, 11 St Andrew's Road, Singapore 178959 - directly above City Hall MRT Station in Singapore.
Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is a 'festival of lights' celebrated especially by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains. This festival is spread over three to four days and is one of the most anticipated times of celebration. Homes are lit with hundreds of deeya (clay oil lamps) during the season, to signify victory of good over evil. The day of Diwali is the highlight of this celebratory mood. Families get together to start the day with oil baths, then exchange gifts and sweets, followed by the most exciting event of the year - family fire works. Fireworks begin before the crack of dawn and go well into the day. No amount of description is sufficient to capture all the excitement and celebrations associated with the Diwali festival. You have to be there to experience it.
Graham Stuart Staines was the Australian missionary who was burnt to death along with his two sons Philip, aged nine and Timothy aged seven while sleeping in his station wagon at Manoharpur village in Keonjhar district in Orissa, India in January 1999. Graham Staines had been working in Orissa among the tribal poor and especially with leprosy patients since 1965. He spoke fluent Oriya and was very popular among the patients whom he used to help after they were cured. He used to teach them how to make mats out of rope and basket from saboigrass and hand weaving. The widow of Graham Staines, Gladys has said the perpetrators of the crime should be forgiven. "I've no hatred for anyone. "I've no anger," Mrs. Gladys Staines responded."
God In My Living, There In My Breathing, God In My Waking, God In My Sleeping, God In My Resting, There In My Working, God In My Thinking, God In My Speaking, Be My Everything, Be My Everything, Be My Everything, Be My Everything, God In My Hoping, There In My Dreaming, God In My Watching, God In My Waiting, God In My Laughing, There In My Weeping, God In My Hurting, God In My Healing, Christ In Me, Christ In Me, Christ In Me The Hope Of Glory, You Are Everything, Be My Everything, You Are Everything, Jesus, Everything
Lord I Lift Up Your Name On High Nepali Worship Song. Prabhu tapain ko naam uchalchhu ma, Stuti gauna chahanchhu tapain ko, Khusi chhu mero jivan ma aaunubho, Khusi chhu malai bachhauna aunubho, Swarga bata dharti ma aunubho... baato dekhauna, Dharti bata Kruusama,mayro.. riin tirna, Kruusa bata chihan ma, chihan bata swarga ma, Prabhu tapain kai naam uchha ma.
When Esther Gulshan Fatima, a devout Pakistani Muslim girl, was six months old, typhoid left her a cripple. Her loving father took her from Pakistan to England to find a cure, but the only hope the British specialist could offer was prayer. Gulshan and her father made a pilgrimage to Mecca and begged Allah for healing . . . . As Gulshan began reading the Quran, her interest in Jesus grew, until one amazing night Jesus appeared to her in her bedroom in a blaze of light. Jesus restored her crippled arm and leg and taught her 'The Lords Prayer'. Jesus told her to go to his people now and tell them what he had done. Since that time, and to this day, Esther Gulshan Fatima has been a joyous, obedient disciple of Christ. Gulshan Esther now lives in Oxford, England. The Torn Veil has sold over 200,000 copies.