Thought for the Week - Pay it Forward

This is the 17th year that I have participated in RTHK's radio programme Thought for the Week. It has always been an honour to share on this Christian programme and encourage others in their walk with Christ.

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Blessing Story Series: Chasing Light - Ah Yue's Journey

When low-income families arrive in Hong Kong, Christian Action is one of the few non-government organisations that specifically gears services and programmes towards their needs. These families often face many struggles. We first opened our arms to these families in 1996. Since then, it has been a real blessing to serve them. Our programmes, such as after school care, has meant caring for other vulnerable people such as local children with special needs.

Ah Yue shared her story as a way to raise awareness of the struggles that newcomers face. May we be moved by compassion and continue to better serve our neighbours.

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An Admirable Family

Since joining Christian Action in 1987, I have been on a journey to faithfully serve the vulnerable in our society. The amazing thing is that we are often encouraged by their positive outlook on life. One of them is Chau Shui-heng at our Mong Kok Service Centre. We recommended her along with her family to participate in Hong Kong Great Family 2018, a contest organised by numerous local associations and corporations.

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"SEASON OF LOVE": Love for Vulnerable Children

Autumn has finally arrived! A crisp, cool air is blowing, marking the approaching Christmas and New Year holidays. At this time, I think of the countless children who lack the love and warmth that families share during the holiday season. But there is hope!

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Blessing Story Series: Paying it Forward

We have been a proud provider of Training Services since 1993. Since then, we've seen over 280,000 people trained and better equipped for the job market. This month's story is about Fung Yin, one of the recipients of our training services, who had an unlikely career change.

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