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While all these happen, I'm so glad that many had stood up and support Pastor Kong. I believe in God, I believe in His righteousness. Even Jesus had undergone persecution two thousands years ago.

Would like to share these articles here...

TOC Breaking: City Harvest Executive Member alleges COC Defamation

City Harvest Church Responds to Allegations (28 June 2012)

Pastor Kong, we support you!

Btw, while browsing through City Harvest Church web page, i found this:

CHC'S STATEMENT REGARDING NEWS ARTICLE ON REV. DR. YONGGI CHO We refer to the Straits Times article on 22 September 2011 relating to Rev. Dr. Yonggi Cho and the alleged misappropriation of church funds. From the report, Dr. Cho has categorically denied the allegations and attributed them to "a smear campaign by a very small group of people in [the] church". The report states that a group of 29 elders in his church is accusing Dr. Cho of the alleged wrongdoing. Yoido Full Gospel Church has more than 800 elders in total. .......
So not only Pastor Kong, Rev Dr Yonggi Cho, the pastor of the world largest church face the allegations before.

Being a pastor of a Mega church is very challenging, but I believe God had chose them and He will show His grace over them. This is our God. I put my 100% faith in Him.

As a Christian, and a follower of Christ Jesus, I strongly believe in offering. And after i give, i have full trust in the person that manage the church fund. Cause no matter how it is, is just between God and the church leader, I just need to do my part, which is give offering with a willing heart, and believe that God will bless me abundantly. - Malachai 3:10-12 -

It doesn't matter where the church fund goes, as we have a God who is watching over us 24-hour-ly non stop, you know you can't hide from God. - Psalm 139:7 -

It just happen that i'm a daughter of a pastor (ppl named us PK - Pastor Kid), so i know even in a local church which is not so big, we had many Elders and church leaders to audit our church fund, and I know it's so tiring and troublesome to do the church account every month. Trust me, my dad, as an Elder in church, will spent the whole Sunday afternoon sitting at the table just to audit and come out with the breakdown of the church account spending. Then, either me or my sister will typed out the account. And I know most of the time, the church leaders did not claim back the money when they buy something for church, cause we are educated in the way that we believe giving to church is a blessing!

So I don't believe the accusation pointed to Pastor Kong and his fellow church leaders. What can they do with the 23 million sing dollar? Why should they misuse the church funds when God had blessed them abundantly too.

I'm not a law nor mass communication student, i know nothing about these two fields, but i know anything can be twisted and turned easily in these fields. Anyway, i believe fact will remain fact, integrity person will remain integrity no matter what happen. Whatever will happen in near future, God still reigns, and His Kingdom shall come, His Will shall be done on earth as it is in heaven. - Matthew 6:10 -

Amen!


Till then.

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CA - in Kids

It's devastating, it's disastrous, it's heart-breaking, it's just saddening - when you talk about ALL, AML, CML, Lymphoma, Retinoblastoma, Neuroblastoma, Germinoma, Rhabdomyosarcoma, Osteosarcoma, etc - in children.

The good news is, it is a curable disease, the child can be cured of their diseases with the appropriate treatment and care.

The bad news is, the process of going through the treatment is disastrous, and the oncology emergencies situation such as Tumour Lysis Syndrome, hyperleukocytosis, anterior mediastinal syndrome, SVC syndrome & CVL sepsis is not uncommon. The common side effects from chemotherapy or even antifungal drugs that patient will be on includes nausea & vomiting, febrile neutropenia, bone marrow suppression, mucositis, hypertension, hyperglycemia / DKA, and tubulopathies causing electrolyte imbalance.

These are not that uncommon, judging on the amount of Blood C+S being done, and the number of patient came in for febrile neutropenia.

Worse still is when i witness child underging RT. I've seen RT in adults when i'm doing attachment in NCI, now i'm seeing 2 years old kid going through that, felt sooooo pity for them!

Yeah, i'm in paeds oncology ward for 2 weeks now, as a houseman, ranked the lower-most among doctors in the ward. So, i'm not treating or directly involve in the management of the patient, i'm just there in the ward, doing all the miscellaneous job including tracing results, running to the main lab (finally i counted officially that it took me only 5 minutes to walk from Institute Paediatric to the Main Lab with a super fast walking speed), getting the results ready so chemo drugs can be started, filling up forms for either blood transfusion or laboratory tests, calling (plus being scolded) the PDN MO to request for blood products, diluting drugs, clerking new cases, calling patients that didn't turn out for the appointment, escorting patient to certain procedure - just to administer sedation drugs in case they did not sleep during the procedure, writing the discharge summary, assisting MOs in the procedures, and putting in results forms to patient's folder. If lucky, get to do chemoport insertion and removal, administer chemo drugs and do the book for patient.

LP and BMA is a norm there, FBP and CSF result is the essential indicator there, Blood C+S result is super important, as well as the blood counts cause it determine the patient is suitable for the next cycle of the chemo drug, oh not to forgot the TDM level as it determine whether to increase hyperhydration or the percentage use for the next cycle of chemo drugs, esp MTX.

I'm talking alien i know.

One more thing, i felt sad for newly diagnose case, one is the bright student in school but turn out to have AML, another one is a cheerful girl, the final diagnosis is ALL, pre-B, officially registered in the ward on the last few days i was there.

So that's about my life there. After 2 months of work, still very new and fresh i know, I realize it's not so easy to please everyone, and we got to act very fast and think really quick. And most of the time, praying is very important, seriously!

Going back to general paeds ward next week, felt stress, but i got to move on, striving through God's grace.

Till then.


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Graduation

Because I got no Internet In the hostel that I'm staying currently n I'm just so lazy to go subscribe one ( due to bad experience with the broadband previously.....), so I didn't blog about my graduation. But I got a very good sister who blog about this, n she upload most of the pic that until now I haven't even seen those photos, read the post here. Congrats to me, thanks God for the blessings!!!!! Till then.

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