God in Evidence Based Medicine

Introduction As medical professionals, we practice Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM). This means that when faced with a clinical question, we consult available evidence to make the best possible decision in the patient’s interest. Take, for example, in Orthopaedics; when we are faced with a fracture, the clinical question would be “Do I need surgery for thisContinue reading “God in Evidence Based Medicine”

#02 What Does Scripture say – on Gossip?

I am not sure about you, but I sometimes struggle to find myself participating in gossip, be it actively contributing to one or being a bystander. With the popularity of group chats on messaging platforms, I find them more prevalent simply because when I let my fingers do the typing, I can truly get carriedContinue reading “#02 What Does Scripture say – on Gossip?”

What Does Scripture say – on burnout?

Burn-out is a prevalent problem, not just at the workplace but in all facets of life. I recently attended a course at work, and we spoke about preventing it in ourselves and our peers. I have friends who have quit residency and medicine altogether, some citing this being the driving cause. These incidents made meContinue reading “What Does Scripture say – on burnout?”

Proverbs 3:1-12 Christian parenting

Today’s sermon by Andrew Purchase was a great refresher on Christian parenting. It made me realise that parenting is not just about providing needs. It is addressing the heart and soul of a child. Like a preacher once said, successful parenting brings the child to Heaven; not necessary Harvard. I encourage you to view theContinue reading “Proverbs 3:1-12 Christian parenting”

#5 “From young, I know I am not a good person.”

Today’s conversation gave me a glimmer of hope. I started the conversation by asking him how business is, and Mr. Ong said it is terrible. He used to drive the regular taxi but transited to driving Grab, and he admits that it was much better in the past. Nevertheless, I started to share the gospel.Continue reading “#5 “From young, I know I am not a good person.””

Luke 24:1-12 Antidote to Perplexity, Fear and Dismay

As I read Luke 24:1-12 in preparation for this weekend’s sermon at Redemption Hill Church, I am blown away by the clarity of God’s word. In these short 12 verses, the Spirit tells me: The reason for our perplexity, fear, and dismay The solution to these emotions is to remember God’s words Remembering God’s wordContinue reading “Luke 24:1-12 Antidote to Perplexity, Fear and Dismay”

Exo 14:11 Forgetting and Blaming God

They said to Moses, “Is it because there are no graves in Egypt that you have taken us away to die in the wilderness? What have you done to us in bringing us out of Egypt? Exo 14:11 The Holy Spirit records the sarcasm that the people of Israel spoke with to Moses, a messengerContinue reading “Exo 14:11 Forgetting and Blaming God”