One year anniversary of Holy Family Kajang Acts

Holy Family Kajang ACTS (HFK ACTS) reached its one-year milestone by connecting more than 55 students weekly to Bible studies in English, Bahasa and Mandarin.

Oct 15, 2021

KAJANG: Holy Family Kajang ACTS (HFK ACTS) reached its one-year milestone by connecting more than 55 students weekly to Bible studies in English, Bahasa and Mandarin.

Since August, the parish has hosted Training Tuesdays, a leadership formation programme of eight leaders who gather to read and discuss lessons from Doug Fields’ ‘Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry’ and Christopher Wesley’s ‘Rebuilding Youth Ministry’.

Since May, we have run two rounds of apologetics Bible study. Due to space constraints, we will share the experiences from two of the young people – Lucas Yong and Ambrose Eng.

Becoming an ambassador of Christ Lucas is a young man who was baptised in 2016 and still had many burning questions about the faith. The HFK ACTS session was a turning point that inspired him to become a campus missionary.

“Shalom! My calling is motivated by a feeling of compassion and distress seeing so many brothers and sisters in Christ needing spiritual support, especially our youth from Sabah and Sarawak who came to Kuala Lumpur for further studies. There are many who still do not know Jesus. There are others who distance themselves from Him and His Church. And there are those who lose their sense of direction, even losing Jesus completely,” shared Lucas.

Building divine intimacy
English-speaking campus students are a minority among the 20 institutes under HFK ACTS. Ambrose Eng joined two Bible studies before he started leading. He is currently shepherding the Kerygma Bible study and is in the discipleship process. One of the things we do is to reflect on the Sunday reading together.

“I have learnt from the perspectives and practical experiences of others. It has also given me a sense of connection; we need one another. I have also become more patient, loving and understanding as everyone has a story, and everyone has a journey.

“I have learnt that without a personal faith relationship with Jesus is a cause for spiritual self-execution. I’ve learnt that being active in a ministry and having tons of members is good, but when one does not have a personal relationship with Jesus and the ministry fails, then everyone disappears.

I am constantly reminded to build a personal prayerful, Scripture-saturated and Spirit-filled life.

I also update a prayer log, where I write the intentions of my Bible study members and pray for them every night before I go to bed.”

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