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Inspirations to stay fresh and stand firm in God-given convictions.
Equipping to face the challenges of daily life, as a follower of Christ.

PROGRAM

SCHEDULE

26 JUNE 2021
SATURDAY, 3:30-5:00 PM & 7:30-9:00 PM
ReCharge
Inspiration to stay fresh and stand firm in God-given convictions.
3:15 PM
ZOOM WAITING ROOM OPENS
3:30 PM
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
EXHORTATION BY PS DENIS LU
4:10 PM
FORUM
5:00 PM
SESSION ENDS
ReSkill
Equipping to face the challenges of daily life, as a follower of Christ.
7:15 PM
ZOOM WAITING ROOM OPENS
7:30 PM
WELCOME & RECAP
SESSION INTRODUCTION
7:45 PM
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
9:00 PM
CLOSING & END

Closing Date: 25 June 2021

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FORUM

Pastor Denis Lu

HEART

OF GOD

Welly Kwok

ENTREPRENEUR

Kelvin Wan

COMMUNITY

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FORUM

Closing Date: 25 June 2021

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

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ROOM 1

MONEY MATTER: HOW TO PROTECT YOUR WEALTH & GROW YOUR MONEY SAFELY

Lip Kar Lock

With the recent pandemic, financial stress has been a major struggle among Malaysian. Recent surveys shows that more than 60% of Malaysian do not have sufficient money to survive more than 3 months.
However, armed with the proper financial planning, skills and psychology, one can also profit in any market situation, even during the pandemic.
In this practical session, I will share to you how I grew my active income by 30% and my investment by 50% in 2020. I will reveal strategies of how to manage your cash flow correctly, risk management, building an investment portfolio (with market data case study) and how to manage your money psychology.
After the session, you will be better equipped with financial wisdom that can last you a lifetime, giving you and your family a better financial position and peace of mind.

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MENTAL HEALTH: TABOO OR TALK ABOUT IT?

Gladys Tan & Hazel Saw

Life is full of juggling things. Career, family, relationships, finances, even ministry… and the list goes on, until you forget about yourself and how you’re really doing. 

Or maybe you’re okay, but your friend or family member isn’t. And you want to help, but you’re not sure what exactly they’re going through and how to help… without making things worse.

Join us in this conversation to understand more about mental health issues and how to navigate them by practising self-care and helping others. 

In this interactive session, we welcome any questions you may have about mental health. We may not have all the answers, but we can definitely chat about it together!

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ROOM 3

WORKING SOUNDLY IN A NEW NORMAL:
A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE

Chong Kok Hing

More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, working adults worldwide are still grappling with challenges in ensuring effective working soundly in the new normal. Indeed, the COVID-19 pandemic is a prime manifestation of a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous (VUCA) world, where the challenges we face are complex or seem impossible to be solved.

“How should we working soundly in the new normal?” is a question that might linger in the minds of many for years to come.

This sharing does not pretend to answer this question. Instead, it is a personal attempt to reflect on my own roles and experience over the year as I wrestled with the challenges and lived a personal walk with God.

In this sharing, I hope to share the following:

The decisions that I made;

Personal management/tools that I adopted; and

Personal lessons – both of success and failure

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MY JOURNEY WITH HEALTHY EATING & FOOD FREEDOM

Eu Sze Kwang

Losing weight has been on my new year resolutions list since forever. But I never succeeded for one reason: I didn’t know how.

Cut out certain food groups? Calorie deficit? Exercise more? All of these are correct in their own ways, but in this session, I’ll be sharing the core truth of why we eat: to supply our bodies with the right nutrients. Staying healthy is really about what you eat!

During a recent 13 week journey, I joined a program where I was given a crash course in food nutrition as the program educated me on why we eat the way we do, and what we’ve been overlooking in providing ourselves nutritionally. I have also achieved food freedom from being controlled by my cravings!

Today, I am 11kg lighter, and I definitely feel accomplished that me and my family are now fully in control of our health and well-being! And the reason I’m so passionate about it is because it is a sustainable lifestyle, not a temporary short term “fix”. So for this session, I’d like to invite you to explore a new way to achieve your  goals of healthy eating.

Closing Date: 25 June 2021

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GET TO

KNOW THE

SPEAKERS

PASTOR DENIS LU

KELVIN WAN

Kelvin has more than 8 years of experience engaging in NGO as a volunteer and working among the needy. His passion is to see those who are oppressed are being given the same quality of life and a second chance for a better future. With over 20 years in sales and marketing, Kelvin is the Head of Development Department, mostly involved in soliciting donors and doing Public Relations in Hope Place. He is one of the members in the management team and also a committee member in the committee board of Hope Place.

WELLY KWOK

Welly Kwok is an experienced Co-Founder with a demonstrated history of working in the food & beverages industry. Skilled in Food Preparation, Menu Costing, Video, Business Development, and Business Strategy. Strong entrepreneurship professional with a Bachelor of Multimedia focused in Digital Communication and Media/Multimedia from Swinburne University of Technology in 2010.

Welly is the Principal Cofounder of Gim’s Saucery and Founder of Howdy Grillhouse.

LIP KAR LOCK

Graduated as an Electrical Engineer from University of Malaya, Kar Lock started his career in the hard disk drive industry, working on R & D and data analytics for enterprise cloud projects like Facebook, Dell, Sony, Alibaba for 13 years.

He is currently serving in a public utility company focusing in big data management and digital transformation, impacting more than 8 million users through application of Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence. 

Kar Lock is a firm believer in financial literacy, advocating financial wisdom for the young generations in Hope KL Student and Young Adults Ministry for many years through personal coaching and workshops.

Kar Lock is also a financial blogger where his blog is featured as one of the top 20 financial blogs in Malaysia, you can follow his work at https://malaysiainvestment88.blogspot.com/

GLADYS TAN

Gladys is a counsellor and psychology teacher at Lodge International School, through which she has dealt with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and suicidal ideation. She believes that Christians can struggle in this area just like everyone else, and that being mentally and emotionally healthy is part of who God wants us to be.

HAZEL SAW

Hazel Saw Huey Szee received her training in Masters of Clinical Psychology from HELP University, Malaysia. She is currently working as a Clinical Psychologist in Hospital Sentosa Kuching. Hazel has had the experiences giving therapy services to refugees, children, teenagers and adults of different settings, different socioeconomic statuses, with different psychological concerns. She had also conducted psychological workshops, group therapy as well as family therapy with her clients. 
Beyond these experiences, she also had experiences providing spiritual counselling as a pastoral leader in church since 2007. She also worked with an NGO in the heart of Kuala Lumpur as an attempt to meet the needs of trafficked victims and sex workers who are of the low SES population. 
Hazel believes in helping individuals embrace their well-being in entirety. She believes in the importance of embracing both positive and negative emotions as a part of one’s self instead of denying parts of self which are deemed as undesirable. Hazel also believes in viewing an individual from the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives, deeming that these are integral parts in contribution to a person’s mental health well-being.

CHONG KOK HING

Isaac Chong  is currently a coordinator of Hope Kota Samarahan, leading the church for almost 13 years together with his beloved wife, Valerie Leong.

By profession, he is a senior lecturer of Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak, with a title of professional engineer registered under the Board of Engineer Malaysia and a charted engineer with Institution of Mechanical Engineer. At Swinburne, he is also holding a position as a cluster leader of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) Education Research Cluster.

Apart from his role at Swinburne, he is one of the committee of IMechE (Institute of Mechanical Engineer), Young Engineer Malaysia Section.

He enjoys reading books, gardening and attending workshops related to his field of study. His favourite sport is badminton.

EU SZE KWANG

Sze Kwang is a senior physiotherapist with Rehab Concept, and has a key interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, managing various injuries and rehabilitating clients to achieve their goals. He is currently heading the sports rehabilitation team at the Pandalela Rinong Aquatic Centre, treating the state SUKMA as well as national athletes.

Closing Date: 25 June 2021

Queries? Contact Pauline Peter pp0280@gmail.com