02 August 2019   -  Acts e-Newsletter

Acts e-Newsletter (August 2019 Issue): Pray, Listen, Obey… A Revolution of Love!

Tired of the status quo and desperate for a change? We may come from different backgrounds but we are united in the pursuit of seeing a revolution happen in our country. 

It is a revolution not of chaos and uprisings but of LOVE. 

If you are wanting to see change happen in your families, schools, communities and country, then join us in this lifestyle of revolution – to pray, listen and obey.

Start an initiative right where you are. Share your story and hashtag #urtherevolution
Get inspired by their REVO stories

A team from Acts KL and Singapore joined our family at Acts Chiangmai as they celebrated God’s faithfulness for the past 5 years! 

The team ministered along at a Friday revival rally, S.A.L.T (Saturday Acts Leadership Training) and the Sunday celebration! 

AYA and Acts staff went away for a fun and fulfilling retreat in Melaka! We are so glad that spouses and children got to join us on this memorable trip.

Over 30 parents turned up at the recent Acts Teens Meet The Parents and gained much helpful insights from guest speaker, Keith Woo, in creating a safe environment for their teenage children in view of the rising digital age of social media and online gaming. 

Young parents who participated and completed the Acts Alpha Parenting Course had an enjoyable time of picnic and fellowship on their day out together at TTDI park!

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Our Acts Church podcast channel is updated bi-weekly with our latest messages. You can listen to it on Spotify and Apple Podcast.

DVFA kicked off the second season of 2019 trainings on 6 July.

This season, DVFA is coaching a total of 94 kids – of which 48 kids are from the underprivileged and Orang Asli communities. 

This was made possible through our Community Sponsored initiative.
Victory Academy Sports Day was held on 13 July at HELP International School. 

This year, we were blessed to have involved parents in selling food and beverages.

All in all, we were happy to see 140 students and an estimate of 150 parents out in the sun playing and working together!
Pastor Kenneth Chin had a good interview with YB Michelle Ng – the State Assemblywomen for Subang Jaya on 16 July regarding suicide prevention efforts especially in Subang Jaya. Catch the interview on Breathe Season 2.

Here’s a teaser of Breathe Season 2. Coming soon to Chup.TV
We were honoured and privileged to have welcomed YB Michelle Ng on a guided tour to our social businesses, especially Village Store House and Klinik Kecheerian!
50 proud parents happily received their children’s progress reports in the second parent-teacher meeting of the year!

The school also revealed the new curriculum that it had recently invested in to bring the already amazing learning experience to a whole new level in the coming year.
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