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.

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