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Peninsular Malaysia Mission

Welcome all the members from the Peninsular Malaysia Mission and all other members around the globe. Let us all group here to know what happening in our mission and share thoughts of inspiration for fellow members

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Members: 48
Latest Activity: Sep 22, 2013

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Bitterness!! 4 Replies

Started by Robert J Agustin. Last reply by melvyn Aug 26, 2008.

Klang Valley Youth Alive 2008 1 Reply

Started by Robert J Agustin. Last reply by Daniel Victor Aug 25, 2008.

Youth Ministries Excellence Principles Seminar 4 Replies

Started by Daniel Victor. Last reply by Daniel Victor Jul 9, 2008.

Sabbath School Quaterly e-books 3 Replies

Started by Daniel Victor. Last reply by Daniel Victor Jun 24, 2008.

Garage Sales & Blood Donation Drive

Started by Daniel Victor Jun 23, 2008.

Peninsular Malaysia Mission Group Guide 2 Replies

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Ice Breaking 3 Replies

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Comment by Alexander P. on April 19, 2011 at 9:15am


American University of India (AUI) is an eco friendly, world class “B” School in Kodaikanal, India OWNED BY AN ADVENTIST offering full time residential Management programs (MBA / BBA).


The campus is located in Kodaikanal a hill station whose name conjures images of dense slopes, scenic hinterland, cascading waterfalls, luscious green plains and valleys, wooded hills, and pleasant climate. KODAIKANAL IS POPULARLY KNOWN AS THE SWITZERLAND OF THE EAST.


Thre are many Adventist students who have expressed their desire to study in the American University of India but are not able to pay even the discounted fees.


You are encouraged to refer Adventist students to get educated with a scholarship. Also students are invited to apply for a STUDY TOUR, INTERNSHIP OR SUMMER CAMP at subsidized cost.


You are invited to visit our website  and apply ONLINE. Please fill in the application form available in the Admissions section in the website.

You are most welcome to visit our campus at Kodaikanal, India and partake in our activities including Trekking, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, Rock climbing, Cycling, Bison sighting etc.. Come and enjoy the spiritual experience of your lifetime.


Comment by Sammy Lee on September 4, 2009 at 1:18pm
Happy Sabbath to all. Today I have been asked to teach the Sabbath School Lesson in one of our churches in Sydney. Here is some summary of what I am going to present in a nutshell:
Confidence 信任 xinren in Mandarin is written like: man/person + word and man/person + king. It is a simpliefied picture of a man leaning on "words" and a man leaning on a "king" . [Person leaning on a word 信
Person leaning on a king 任 ]
In other words CONFIDENCE (xinren) means a strong believe or trust in the words of a person, and especially a king, because the ancient kings must not break his promise. This is true with the Persian kings, Roman kings and Chinese kings.
How can we have confidence In Jesus? [By leaning or trusting His word, the word of the only King who can never tell a lie.]
John 5:39 (King James Version)
Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me.
Just like a child who learn to trust his parents by watching and living with them day by day. So we must learn about Jesus by reading or searching His Words, in the Bible.
Jesus is our Advocate and Judge and King.
The tragedy in the garden of Eden: Eve had confidence in the word of a snake, rather than in the word of her Creator and King.
Little children, keep yourselves from idols. Amen.
1 John 5:21
What is an idol? something you depend upon instead of God. Modern day idols:
1. Possession [Mammon ; Money ; Treasures ; Knowledge]
2. Personal power – self
3. Position
And confidence in the day-to-day battles against sin and suffering is of prime importance. You will not be able to stand the last trials and temptations unless you have developed full confidence in trusting God's words without any shadow of a doubt, just like Jesus. He anchored every action that He took on "It Is Written". Would you like an attitude change? God offers it to those who believe in Jesus.
God bless you have a wonderful and blessed Sabbath!

Sammy Lee
CP: 61415682170
Comment by KezlynnDaisley on December 10, 2008 at 7:41am
Hi everyone,
I guess you would know that I am new around here. My reason for joining this group is because I am supposed to go to this beautiful country next year August with Share Him mission group. I really would like to know as much about this wonderful place as much as possible. Please Help me with information.
Thank you
God Bless all you real good!!
Comment by Rawive on August 25, 2008 at 9:37pm
God Bless u =)
Comment by Robert J Agustin on August 24, 2008 at 11:11pm
The Fear of Success
Lasting Change-Succeeding Beyond Your Fears of Success. Discusses strategies for accomplishing goals through visualization, why success brings fear and how to overcome the issues that accompany accomplishment. PFS19.

By: Hara Estroff Marano
Achieving lasting change, and getting what you reallywant in life, takes a sustained vision of the future. That vision serves not just as an ongoing source of motivation to get there, it helps you identify and tackle the obstacles that have held you back until now.

These include fear of failure, such as doubts about your own worthiness for success, which we tackled in an earlier article in this series. And if you're like most people, they also involve fear of achieving the very things you want.

"The fear of success is a very unique issue that arises when you are genuinely creating change and moving forward in your life," says Ti Caine, a hypnotherapist and life coach based in Sherman Oaks, California. "The fear of success is very real because the future is real-we're all heading there-and what we imagine for our future has an enormous influence on us."

Yet, we are clueless how to deal with fears of success, Caine insists, because they're in the future and we don't know how to work on the future. "Our culture is focused on fixing the past. It's as if we are driving through life staring in the rear-view mirror." Caine has developed a technique he calls FutureVisioning to provide people with an alternative, that is, a system for creating a detailed picture of the future they want to achieve.

To create and sustain success it is essential to find and release your fears of success. The more you leave the task undone, the more your fears will control you. "it's the monster in the closet," says Caine. "And it gets bigger."

Fears of success tend to cluster around several issues. One of the core fears that arise from change is that success will lead to loneliness. Women especially fear success because they are afraid that being powerful enough to create the life they want will render them unlovable. Sometimes people fear success will mean being attacked by enemies, or besieged by others wanting money or other things from them.

Many women fear success at losing weight because becoming more attractive to others could jeopardize the love and the life they have or create situations they do not know how to handle.

Some fears of success are easy to release because they will probably never happen, such as fears of losing it all and becoming a bag lady. But some are real. When you change, the relationships around you will be forced to change. Some friends will always cheer you on. But others are steeped in jealousy and will denigrate you for moving forward.

"All fears of success would go away if you totally took your power back," says Caine. "In fact, our very deepest fear is that when we really reclaim our power and succeed, we have to face the knowledge that we have always been powerful to change all along and that we could have changed a year or five or 10 years ago." Change comes from choice and we have always had that power.

Then you come face to face with the realization that we caused unnecessary suffering to ourselves and others along the way by our failure to change. And that suffering is not a necessary part of life.

The common denominator to every problem in your life is: you were there when it happened. The pain of the realization that you have been powerful all along can be healed only by forgiving yourself. "If you don't know how to forgive yourself, that forgiveness doesn't come from the outside but from the inside, then you can't create empowered success," insists Caine.

Forgiving yourself as a conscious act leads to a sense of completion. Then you can move on and not act out your failure over and over again.

You need to understand why you held onto being powerless for so long. There are payoffs for holding onto less-than-successful realities and failing to change, real secondary gains to be had, Caine points out. Some fundamental questions can help you understand why; the biggies is, What do I hope to get out of pretending to be powerless?

• What do I get to avoid?

• Who do I get to punish or love?

• What emotion am I not willing to release? For many it is anger.

• What guarantee am I holding out for?

• Am I manipulating with self-pity?

• Am I feeling better than or less than?

• What am I afraid of losing if I succeed?

Once you identify your fears and undersant why you he ld onto them, then you can forogive yourself. You can release your fears either by visualizing your fear coming true in the future, then creatively destroying it in your imagination. Or you can write out your fears and destroy the paper. (You can get h elp with the process at

Then play out the movie of your successful future in your imagination-and you are on your way to a successful life.

Psychology Today, December 17, 2002
Article ID: 2511
Comment by Ossie on July 26, 2008 at 10:51am
Greeting to Adventists from PEM and all over the world. May the Good Lord bless us as we reach out to all nations with the truth.
Comment by Robert J Agustin on June 30, 2008 at 8:23pm
Keep Up your good work Danny!!! Proud of you!! God bless you!!
Comment by Daniel Victor on June 17, 2008 at 12:01am
Dear friends, please invite all your friends who is from PEM as well.

To invite is very simple. Please follow the following steps

1. Click on the "Invite more people" link.
2. Click on the "Invite Friends" link.
3. Just click on the friends you want to invite.
4. You can edit your own message if you want to or you can just leave it blank.
5. Finally just click "Send Invitation" button.

Please feel free to add any discussion you want to discuss with fellow friends.
Comment by charldi lauren on June 13, 2008 at 4:12am
hai..happy sabbath day all.

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