Work Life Balance by Dr Robi Sonderegger

8th June 2012 – Sunday

Today, Geenu and I, attended City Harvest Church at Expo hall 1, led by Dr Robi Sonderegger who is renowned clinical psychologist and expert consultant in trauma associated with war, exploitation and natural disaster.  We arrived Church at sharp 10 am and managed to get seat in the middle row with help of an Usher. The service was fully packed with atleast 7000-8000 people attendance.  The service started with Praise and thanksgiving, followed by worship song. It was beautiful time in the Presence of God.  Later it was offering time where people gave cheerfully for the Gospel.

Later Pastor Kong, introduced Dr Robi  and gave him the platform to speak. The title of his message was work life balance. He stressed on the importance of loving God whole heartedly and at the same time giving 100% to family, ministry, job or business and health, without neglecting any areas, because everything has to be balanced to lead a purpose driven life.

Mark 12:30-31

New International Version (NIV)

30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’[a] 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b]There is no commandment greater than these.”

He also highlighted on :

  • Sleep
  • Action plan
  • Be Still
  • Build Relationship
  • Agenda free
  • Take Time
  • Holiness

You can read more about Dr Robi from http://www.citynews.sg/2012/07/dr-robi-on-parenting-christian-psychologists/

After the service, we went to John Little exhibition, got few clothes, and had south Indian meals from Green Leaf at Expo food court.

After lunch, we headed to bus stand, took bus no. 12 and went to Emmanuel Assemblies of God church for Malayalam fellowship. Check http://www.thomasabeesh.com/2012/07/10/pastor-tinu-georges-meeting772012/ for more details about this meeting.

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