Sunday, October 25, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Date: Sunday, October 25, 2020
Time: 2 pm - 3:30 pm
Venue: 10/F Worship Hall
Speaker: Joshua Mak
Who it's for:
Christians in their 20s & 30s who wish to have a clearer understanding of singleness and how to navigate this period of life.
Whether in society or in church, marriage is generally accepted as a natural step in life. Singleness is often viewed as being incomplete, or simply a phase that one must pass through in the pursuit of a spouse. But the truth is that not everyone will marry; for those who don’t, does it mean a life unfulfilled, reduced to living while not being fully alive, like a faint reflection in a cloudy mirror? Or is there more to singleness than what is commonly assumed? This talk aims to dispel some of the myths often associated with singleness, as well as look at how the Bible addresses this issue, with the goal of enabling Christians to flourish while single.
Josh has been attending Island ECC since 2012 and has recently joined its staff team. His life revolves mainly around church and exercise, and he is a self-proclaimed McDonald’s connoisseur. His paper aeroplane-folding ability has indirectly resulted in his background in aeronautical engineering. He has never played the board game ‘Monopoly’ in his life but is OK with that.
Lecture and Q&A
This talk will also be made available on Zoom for registered participants.
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