20 August 2013


Date  : 24th August 2013 (Saturday)
Time  : 11:00am – 12.30pm
Venue: St Mary’s Anglican Cathedral.Jalan Raja(Dataran Merdeka)KL. (http://goo.gl/maps/ZNe2s)

1. Opening Prayer.
2. President’s address.
3. Passing of the minutes of the 43rd AGM.
4. Annual report by the Secretary.
5. Hon. Treasurer’s Report & Acceptance of Accounts for 2012/2013.
6. Election of Executive Committee for 2013/2014.
7. Appointment of Honorary Auditors.
8. Vote of Thanks
9. Any other business
10. Closing Prayer

Other Matters

1. Non members who wish to attend the AGM are welcome to attend.
2. Non members who wish to join GCF as member are able to do so during the AGM
3. EAGC 2013 Reunion/Fellowship Lunch : 12.30pm – 2.00pm at Kelab Di Raja Selangor. (Opposite St Mary’s Anglican Cathedral)

Please RSVP before 16th August 2013 or contact staff worker Jimmy Lee at gcf.msia@gmail.com to confirm your attendance and for more details.

21 June 2013

EAGC 2013!

IFES East Asia and GCF Malaysia is holding a tri-annual conference for graduates/alumni in August 2nd – 6th, 2013 in Bayu Beach Resort,Port Dickson.Malaysia. The EAGC 2013 (East Asia Graduate Conference), is expecting 300-350 graduate and leaders from the region. It is an unique occasion that graduate leaders from more than fifteen member movements gather for five days in order to have fellowship and learning and sharing vision on marketplace ministry. EAGC 2013 with the main speaker Paul Stevens will focus on marketplace ministry again as it is one of most important issues that Christians are facing in workplace. We plan to address the main theme of “Challenging workplace, Challenging Times.”

The conference addresses the issues that graduates face in daily life, whether at work, at home, in society or in the church. As many East Asian graduates face similar problems, this is an opportunity to meet, share, learn, and encourage each other.

Movements within the East Asia region take turns the host the Conference.
In recent years, the EAGC was held in Japan (2001), Indonesia (2004), Korea (2007) and Hong Kong co-host with Macao (2010).

EAGC 2013 will be hosted by the Graduates Christian Fellowship (GCF) of Malaysia. It will be the third time that GCF Malaysia has hosted the conference and it is a privilege and blessing to organise it again.

The Conference will include :
- 3 Plenary Sessions in the evening by Paul Stevens.
- 4 Morning devotions and SELAH sessions in the evening by Koichi Othawa San
- 2 Workshop sessions in the afternoon by various invited speakers.
- 3 morning sessions which will be divided into 2 groups: Track A and Track B

Track A will be focusing on leadership theme led by Paul Stevens. This session is suitable for GCF movement leaders.

Track B will be led by Theology of Work (TOW). This session is meant for young graduates transitioning to work life.

Sign Up Now!

(Full time workers & graduates below 3 years of working experience can apply for discounted price.)
(Closing date : 30th June 2013)

17 July 2012

Hello sportsmen and women of our generation,

Date : 28th July (Saturday)
Time : 8.30am - 1.00pm
Venue : Metro Tabernacle Church (No. 1 Jalan Samudera Utama, Taman Samudera,68100 Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia)

We hereby will be having our 4th inter-church sports ministry. It's a good opportunity to start to reactivate your dormant sporting cells and bring it to the next level! Here are some reasons why you should join us:

1) Making friends with other church young adults through sports.
2) Release tension - Sweat it out.
3) Lunch fellowship - After the game, we will have a hearty meals!

We have various sports/games that you can play for fun or join us for friendly match.

- Volleyball - 8.30am - 9.00am
- Captain Ball - 9.00am - 10.00am
- Badminton - 10.00am - 11.30am
- Ping Pong - 11.30am - 12.30am
- Board / Card games (Chess,monopoly Deal, Taboo, etc ) -  9am - 12pm

Please RSVP to ibridge.email@gmail.com or FB Event :  

Hope to see you all then!

05 July 2012

iBridge & Impact camp 2012.

The much anticipated annual young adults camp of the year since 2002 is coming this Merdeka Day!
This year is a combined camp for iBridge group (age 22-28) & Impact group (age 29 - 40) 
We expect graduates all over Malaysia from as young as 21 to 40 years of age to join us.

Camp Theme    : Building Bridges, Impacting the Marketplace
Camp Venue     : Wisma Methodist, Lorong Hang Jebat, 50150 KL
Camp Date        : 30th August - 2nd September 2012 (Thurs - Sun)
Camp Speakers : Mr Goh Keat Peng & Mr Chew Phye Keat 
Camp Fee         : RM180.00
Closing Date     : 16th August 2012

This year the 4 plenary session will be in the morning and evening session. 

  • High tech VS High Touch
  • Work Theology & Sabbath
  • Family Values & Relationship
  • Christian’s Role in Nation building
Afternoon workshop will be interactive session of group discussion, case study, open sharing, etc.
Workshop will be held in 2 afternoons and separate into 2 different hall for ibridge and impact group
  • iBridge - The journey of transition to the marketplace.
  • Impact - Impacting the marketplace based on gained experience, money, passion, network and training.
We suggest that you mark the dates now before it slips your mind. You really don't want to miss it!

There is limited space at Wisma Methodist KL. 
Sign up now before it's too late! :)

08 September 2011

iBridge Camp 2011 !!!!

Camp Theme: Uncertain Times, Unchanging Passion, Unwavering Conviction
Venue : Seminari Theoloji Malaysia, Seremban.
Date : 15-18 September 2011 (Thursday - Sunday)
Camp Fee : RM180.00
Registration Closing Date : 12th September 2011

Workshop 1 – Transition to work
by Tak Ming
- Meaning of Work
- How to make an impact and marketplace outreach
- Common struggles faced by fresh graduates and how to overcome it
- Sabbath

Workshop 2 – Social Relief work
by Steve
- What is CREST?
- Why social relief work is important?
- How graduates can get involve/response?

Workshop 3 – Biblical Financial Management
by Erik Lai
- Biblical perspective on financial management
- Professional advise on purchasing car, house, investment, saving, generous giving for mission, retirement, etc
- Trusting-God-to-Provide vs Financial security

Workshop 4 – National Issues
by Keat Peng
- Sharing on current and yet to come national issues
- How to make right judgement/discernment based on exploded media information that we read
- Awareness of basic constitution right
- How should Christian respond to Bersih and future rallies.

Workshop 5 – Discernment
by Dr Choon Khing
- What is discernment?
- How to practise discernment?
- Practical discernment (Choosing job, ministries, finding life partner, response to certain opinions etc)

Workshop 6 - Talent migration
by Seng Gee
- What is migration?
- What is the deciding point to migrate or not to migrate?
- How should I respond to my friends who want to migrate?

Workshop 7 – Relationship
by 2 Pre-Marital Counseling Couples

Workshop 8 – Science and Faith (God)
by Dr Living Lee

"Welcome to the world!"
Isn't that a familiar phrase that our seniors told us when we first started work?
Being a young adult in the working world comes with a new set of challenges.

When we were still students, it was easy to see the path that we would be going. After graduating from university or college, the transition to be in the workforce can be quite daunting. The uncertainties that loom in. The process of adapting to a new environment. The responsibilities that come with adulthood. Trust us, this process doesn't stop there.

After working for a few years, you might find yourself at the crossroads again. It's like going back to the days when you once faced the fresh graduates' dilemma. The only difference this time is you carry more skills and work experiences with you. You also have more things and commitments to care about: family, relationships, finance, church involvement etc.

We face transitions at different points of our lives. That is a fact we constantly remind ourselves to face it whether we like it or not. The process is indeed challenging and uncomfortable. It can be exhausting. Somehow we need to move on in order to move forward. Sigh... We understand you.

Let's take a break from all these worries! Come join us for camp and be refreshed again!

02 August 2011

Just Graduated? Looking for a group of Christian friends to grow together in your walk with God??

Just graduated?

So you have collected your hard earned certificate, thrown your mortar board in the air, taken countless photographs with your family and friends, returned your graduation robe, packed up your valuables and memories into boxes and finally returned home.

What next?

Apply for a job, your mother and your logical mind tells you.

Target the best companies - especially those who offer you the highest pay.

You start off with your very first “real” job in the “real” world. After some initial struggle, you finally settle into the routine battling through traffic jams, working hard, submitting to your boss, striving to be excellent and trying to be the “salt and light” that the bible talks about.

You are overwhelmed. You start having doubts about your faith and how you can make a difference. You feel insignificant. You wonder if you are the only one.

You need wisdom, help and support to transition through this new phase of life…

Do not fret. You need not go through this alone. We are here for you. GCF (Graduates Christian Fellowship) would like to invite you to a Graduates Commissioning Service. This is a reflective service so come and join us..



Date : 13th August 2011 (Saturday)
Time : 4.00 pm – 5.30pm (Graduation Commissioning Service)
: 5.30 pm – 7.00pm (GCF 42nd AGM)
: 7.00 pm – 9.00pm (Dinner at Royal Selangor Club - RM40 per pax)
(*RM20 for fresh graduates below 3 working years)
Venue: St Mary’s Anglican Cathedral . Jalan Raja (Dataran Merdeka) KL
: Map as attached http://maps.google.com.my/maps q=st+mary+cathedral+kl&hl=en&ll=3.150404,101.692511&spn=0.006128,0.013733&z=17

Speaker: Mr Goh Keat Peng

Goh Keat Peng has been blessed with opportunities to minister to churches in and out of the country, school and university students, poor communities in East Timor, and Malaysian politicians across the parliamentary divide. Through the Christian Federation of Malaysia and the Malaysian Consultative council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism, he has also been engaged in efforts to encourage Christian unity and also the resolution of religious conflicts through genuine dialogue and to safeguard the status of religious freedom in Malaysia. Believing that there must be a Christian voice in Malaysia, he has set up a personal blog at http://ongohing.wordpress.com/ as well as a web portal athttp://www.themicahmandate.org/ where his perspectives and reflections on issues of national importance are regularly published.

Come and join us at GCF, a growing community of Christians, comprising of young professionals graduates in Malaysia. We are here to help you in your transition from campus life to the working world.

(A) THANKSGIVING : To bring together just graduated Christians to give thanks to God collectively for their successful graduation and for God’s protection, provisions, guidance, encouragement and counsel during their time as students and to seek His guidance and counsel and to depend on God continuously in their lives ahead;

(B) FELLOWSHIP : To encourage Christian graduates to identify with each other as members of the Body with shared responsibilities as individuals who have been called by God to be members of His Church;

(C) EQUIPPING : To remind Christian graduates that they have the privilege to be chosen to be God’s adopted children for a divine purpose and to challenge the individual fresh graduate to seek for God’s divine purpose in their lives in our nation especially in the face of the various challenges facing our nation; and

(D) COMMISIONING : To assert in the spirit and soul of every Christian graduate that the source of true success and blessings in life comes from the knowledge of God and total obedience to his word and absolute dependence on Him throughout their lives.

Come and be encouraged!

Please RSVP before 5th August 2011 or contact Jimmy Lee at gcf.msia@gmail.com for more details.

03 June 2011

HeadStart Introduction Dinner (June Intake)

What is Headstart?

Ever wondered what is God's calling for your life? Do you struggle to give God your best in every area of your life? Come and join the HEADSTART program. HEADSTART is a one-year program that helps graduates to work through transitional issues from campus to the market place. It is a small group that meets together to discuss transition from a student life to the working world. It also enforces community living whose objective is to create lifelong disciples, to help transition from campus to the marketplace, to deal with work pressure, office politics, work culture, relating to parents, adapting back to church life, being salt and light in the marketplace. Perhaps the most important part of the HeadStart ministry lies in the friendship that is built amongst the group members which lasts way after the HeadStart is over. Prayer and accountability is an integral part of the group also. The book, Following Jesus in the "Real World" by Richard Lamb will be used as the syllabus & guide.

Please join us on.....


25th June 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm


Mr & Mrs Tan Joon Chee’s home

No.5, Lorong Kemaris 1,Bukit Bandaraya,59100 Kuala Lumpur.

Note: Dinner will be provided for fellowship purposes and an opportunity encourage one another.

Please RSVP and contact Jimmy Lee for more details: (016-4532275) at ibridge.email@gmail.com