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Serving with all that I have

What does being a Methodist mean to you
Melody Lim is a member of Wesley Methodist Church and serves in the Ministry of the Hearing Impaired, in the cradle roll ministry and as a small group leader.

Although I’m a first-generation Christian, when I was a child, my uncle told me many stories from the Bible, and my younger sister shared the songs she had learnt from her Christian kindergarten. By God’s grace, I dated a Methodist and joined him in his church’s youth ministry during our dating days. We got married, and now we have two daughters attending a Methodist school.

I feel that the Methodist blood has been within me always—I feel the spiritual closeness between fellow sisters and brothers in Christ, especially in times of need, when everyone rallies together to cover one another with prayer. I felt the call to serve in the Ministry of the Hearing Impaired to be God’s tool in reaching out to the hearing impaired to spread His Word. I volunteer in my girls’ school to the best of my ability because it’s indeed by His miracle that my girls are able to receive a Methodist education.

God has shown me in so many ways how loving and giving He is even though I am unworthy. As a recipient of His everlasting love, how could I not go forth and serve Him with all that I have? Every time God is the centre of what I do, my heart is strangely warmed and filled with joy. Being a Methodist, to me, means being a part of His family. To God be the Glory, always and forever.

Melody Lim a member of Wesley Methodist Church, where she serves in the Ministry of the Hearing Impaired, in the cradle roll ministry and as a small group leader.

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