Kindness is the Language of Love

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“Do not let kindness and truth leave you;
Bind them around your neck,
Write them on the tablet of your heart.”
– Proverbs 3:3 (NAS)

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” – Mark Twain

“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.” – Ronald Reagan

#EASTLifestyle #Kindness

To Whom Do We Fix Our Eyes?

These are days where we fix our eyes onto the Sovereign Lord,
as He brings us through seasons of change as the Lord who remains Sovereign.

See below for a worship song which encourages us to look to our faithful God.

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#FREE8ONLINE

EAST Free 8 Online Courses for Visiting Students

JOIN our classes for FREE* as we launched a slate of online courses for your learning and growth in biblical understanding and ministry effectiveness.

*FREE registration and tuition fees for visiting students taking any of the 8 EAST online classes listed below for audit (i.e. not for credit) valid from July to November 2020. Do note certain classes may require audit students to complete certain assignments to maximise their learning experience. Use the voucher code FREE8ONLINE on registration to enjoy the promotion. Credit students will have to pay registration and tuition fees.

Please register by 13 July 2020. Registration is subject to class size limits. Course availability and information are subject to change.

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God is Love

Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.” ~ 1 John 4:8 (NIV)

“Nothing God ever does, or ever did, or ever will do, is separate from the love of God,” noted A.W. Tozer. Do we choose to accept God’s love and then to love others as we have received His love? Read about the implications of “God is love” to you and me here.

Click on the picture above or see below to hear a Bible reading of 1 John 4 and “A Prayer of Love”:

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In Whom or What Are You Hoping?

In whom or what are you hoping? by Dr Lewis Winkler

With the recent coronavirus outbreak, people have turned in a myriad of directions to find hope. Some have turned to the government and medical professionals to protect them, others have turned to miracle cures available for purchase on the internet, still others have turned to superstitions and rituals to provide the defenses they need to combat this unseen menace.

All of this illustrates that people hope in lots of different things: economic prosperity, global initiatives for solving climate change, better political leaders, educational reform, religion, meaningful friendships and romantic relationships, good food and drink, the newest diet plan, the latest entertainment options and social media platforms, better healthcare—the list is nearly endless.

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