Alignment Check: “…pushes and points the reader back to God.”

Book Review by David Mok There are four types of people in this world – those who add, subtract, divide or multiply. Pastor Henson is an exceptional multiplier! He was my Lecturer in Tung Ling Bible School on the ‘Art of Preaching and Teaching’, Keynote Speaker for Military Christian Fellowship, and recently our invited Speaker …

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Alignment Check: "…a much needed ‘back to basics’ guide in my desire to fulfil my current assignment."

Book Review of Alignment Check by Lily Chong Alignment Check: this is so timely for me, a much needed ‘back to basics’ guide in my desire to fulfil my current assignment. During the launch of Alignment Check on 19 September 2018, I remember Ps Henson telling us to read the book slowly – maybe a …

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Alignment Check: "…an easy book to read, but not an easy one to process and live out…"

Book Review of Alignment Check by Kailin Huang I was in a season of convalescing (after a life-threatening reaction to infection and a neck operation). While I rejoiced at God’s goodness and merciful deliverance, I was struggling with new found physical weakness and uncertainty. “Can I still continue with my demanding work? What am I then to do …

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Alignment Check: "In these days of secular, nominal and cultural Christians … we have to go deep and get back to what really matters."

Book Review of Alignment Check by David Ang When Henson asked me to share a review of his new book, Alignment Check, my jaw dropped as it is a THICK BOOK(!). However, as a good faithful friend, I readily obliged. And when I started reading it, I could not put it down until I finished it …

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