Sunday, April 17, 2005

What Has Bethlehem To Do With Kuala Lumpur?

"The church with its cultural and political diversity, can become a laboratory in which civility, reconciliation and democracy can be nurtured in wider society"
(Peskett & Ramachandra)

Gentle reminder that the next Agora session: "Politics, Why Bother?" will feature one of the youngest Malaysians ever to run for general election.

Date: 1 May 2005 (Sunday)
Time: 2 p.m.
Venue: CDPC (Map is found in
Presenter: John Chung

Those who wanna join the chat with Kam Weng may meet at Evangel bookstore, SS2 at 7 pm on Wednesday 17 April (expect late nite as the day after is a holiday)

PS: Good news! At least, 9 people have so far confirmed on the 14 May "Ambassadors For Christ" training... Interested folks can contact me at

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

KL has been involved with Islamists around South East Asia,

Moro, Aceh, Thai South and certain parts of Indon like Sulawasi etc,

so what else is strange when it comes to Jerusalem with Al Aqsa mosque as disputed.