Wednesday, April 29, 2009


it's strange that..

all my life i've ALWAYS wanted to come to Ireland.
Like, it's been my number 1 must-go-in-life destination.

And yet, when I'm finally almost there, ( just drifting off Belfast's shore actually ) - i don't feel quite too excited.

I don't know if it's just the aching sore throat I have, or that I'm experiencing some minor symptoms of burn-out ( noooooo..!) or that the Faroe Islands was just tooo way-up-there.

hmm. We're entering into Belfast soon.
Hard to believe.
I'm here.

Let this be a place of exciting new discoveries.

I will take time to update this blog. There IS so much to tell. So many stories of God's hand at work. So many stories of amazing amazingness.

Discipline, mich. Discipline.

Monday, April 27, 2009


even a million pictures will not be able to captivate the moments, places and faces we've experienced here in the faroe islands.

what a place!
moments like these you never forget.
moments of bliss
moments where you just stand in awe.
moments of unexpected kindness

i will never forget this place
and maybe someday i'll come back.

Takk firror, Abba.
How can I stand here, and not be moved by you?

I just added some pictures, all real.
Now you'll know why I keep saying surreal.
how do you think it felt standing there, in the midst of such beauty, and trying to take a meagre picture? heheh.
Some of my most blissful moments were in the Faroes, I'm sure of that.

Sunday, April 26, 2009


it's our very LAST day in this magical place - Faroe Islands.
my heart will be so sad to leave.
it's beautiful -- too beautiful.

I lead another church team to a church called Elim tonight. Brethren ( Free ). It's in the next island.
Service is in 1.5hours time.
Pray that God's message be sent through the team. There are 4 of us.

Takk firror ( that's thank you very much in Faroese )

We sail off at 0030 hours tonight.
Next port Belfast.

I will update this page in the next 2days hopefully. And newsletters. I owe all of you that.

pray. watch. expect. experience.


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


I lead a team to a local community of Christians here; Hebron.
Meeting is tonight.
We'd be talking about ourselves ( and the countries we each represent ) , the ship's ministry and mission needs in the world at large.
To challenge them.

I just found out Hebron means 'alliance' / friend. They need to be friends in ministry. :)
Please uphold in prayer. Thank you.

Meanwhile - this island is just out-of-this-world, really. I didn't think places like this still existed/ever did. heh. It's the closest thing to Utopia that I've seen in any side of the world I've been to.
What a privilledge to be here!

I guess there is a time and season to everything - even in ministry. My difficult country days have and will come. But at the mo' - this place is good soul refreshment :)

Friday, April 17, 2009

Faoroes Fairies

We're here!
The Faroe Islands.
We can see it, but we can't park in it yet.
It's beeeeautiful.
No highrise buildings, no trees.
Lotsa sheep.
48000 people, 90000 sheep.
Internet not-so-friendly.
Lotsa Edinburgh stories, but.
( and pictures! )
When we get better connection.
Meanwhile. We're in the Faroe Islands, we're in the Faroe Islands! :)

Sunday, April 12, 2009


I'm in Aberdeen, 3 hours up north from Edinburgh for the weekend.
Church Team. We're at King's Community Church.
Kid's Church, Malayalum Service and Evening Service.

The evening session's theme is 'Hands'.
I'm giving the challenge.
Please pray.

Thank you.

Owh, Happy Easter everyone.
Spring is here. Daffodils are blooming and flourishing everywhere.
Spring. Easter. New Hope. How apt.


Monday, April 6, 2009

Palm Sunday

palm sunday.
Palm Cross from St Giles Cathedral. 

" He rode in with a donkey, not a horse. Peace, not strife." 

Saturday, April 4, 2009

the Mouthpiece

I will be sharing a testimony + encouragement at a Scottish church for Sunday service tomorrow morning.

Please pray for divine inspiration and rhema word.

Thank you.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

A welcome of kilts and bagpipes



We're here, and we're going for a Prayer Hike on the Hills. 

Oh joy!