Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Homer The Musical

HI! You're probably wondering, hmmmm, homer the musical. You're going to talk about...a ...musical? Why yes, yes I am. =)

The musical is  about two individuals decide to step out of each other's comfort zones to walk 

through life together, the face a daunting question: can they truly overcome their differences 


be together?

For him; a wholesome background, a virtuous personality.

For her; a broken family, a jaded persona.

From scene to song, and from song to swing, join us as we step into the shoes of one 

watching the entire story unfold. Will Gomer never find real love, or will Hosea's unrelenting 

pursuit finally win him Gomer's hardened but fragile heart?

Who can turn down a love story right?

HOMER The Musical  is a musical project organised by the youth groups of both Petaling Jaya Gospel Hall and also Subang Jaya Gospel Centre. Besides being a theatrical performance at heart, the main purpose of HOMER at the end of the day is actually for youth development and empowerment

But while the cast and crew may comprise of many youths, the story is one of universal messages which young and old would surely be able to relate to. 

Performance Dates/Times/ Venues:
- 2 June (7.30pm - 10.00pm) @ Petaling Jaya Gospel Hall 
- 3 June (7.30pm - 10.00pm) @ Petaling Jaya Gospel Hall
- 10 June (3.00pm - 5.30pm) @ LT20, Taylor's Lakeside (By Tickets Only)*
- 10 June (7.30pm - 10.00pm) @ LT20, Taylor's Lakeside (By Tickets Only)*
- 23 June (7.30pm - 10.00pm) @ Dewan Xiang Gui, SMJK Mentakab

*To book tickets, kindly email your name and no. of tix to homerthemusical@yahoo.com or contact Dora at +6012.391.1034. Tickets can arranged to be passed to the friend who invited you, or you can collect it at the performance.

I'd say this is a good idea to spend your holidays. =) So bring your parents, friends whoever, lovers...ahem ahem....  They have a Facebook page so if you do want to see previews, photos etc, visit the page. =)

Saturday, May 5, 2012

The Unexpected

HI guys! It's been awhile since this blog has been updated. Sorry for that. So everyone's mid terms exams is coming up and here's a devo, ( why yes, another devo ) to read which might cheer some of you who are going through hard times. And I'm not just talking bout exams. =P Thank youuuu jeff olson for the devo you wrote! You know, you can always read more devotionals at Our Daily Journey website. =)

*And if you look below, you'll notice weird wordings highlighted in white that says "rendered ....." , the word can't load. It's actually says " read, more , less " Yea, sorry bout that.

unexpected journeys

Psalm 23
Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for You are close beside me. Your rod and Your staff protect and comfort me (Psalm 23:4).

Read Jesus’ “Psalm 22” moment in Mark 15:34.

What struggle or personal pain have you been trying to hide from God? Why is it vital that we confess our true spiritual and emotional conditions to Him?
Unexpected journeys. Little and big—life is full of them. A quick trip to the grocery store turns into a car accident, injuries, and several months of recuperation. A routine drive home from work turns into a breakdown on the highway and a lengthy wait for a tow truck. A call on the cell phone turns into the news that someone you loved has passed away. A checkup with the doctor reveals that the cancer is back with a vengeance.
We can negotiate the little unexpected journeys of life—mostly. The big, unexpected journeys, however, can turn our lives upside down. During such times, some of us have a faith that remains solid. Some of us genuinely resonate with what David wrote about in Psalm 23:4: “Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for You are close beside me. Your rod and Your staff protect and comfort me.”
Others of us have more of a struggle. We go through times when we experience what David wrote about in Psalm 22:1, “My God, my God, why have You abandoned me? Why are You so far away when I groan for help?”
Are you going through one of those major unexpected journeys of life? Is your faith like the one found in Psalm 23? Or do you find yourself in the place David spoke from in Psalm 22? Wherever you are, don’t pretend with God. Know that He is gracious and meets you where you are.
God doesn’t want us to stay in the opening verses of Psalm 22. But David’s highs and lows recorded in the Psalms show us that during difficult, unforeseen journeys of life there are moments for both ardent faith and honest pain.
NLT 365-day reading plan passage for today: 2 Samuel 11:1-27

And happy studying everyone! =D