Hi, I am still working on updating my website. This means some of the content is not accessible. I am sorry about this :) Have a great day!
Close this search box.

All in

Share post ->

Today, I overheard a conversation between two coworkers…we are having a volleyball team to play in a league to raise money for a hospital.  My coworker asked the other coworker if he is going to play in it.

He told her that for him, he either go extreme or doesn’t go at all.  Then he said..’..like Cliff.  You know when you race, you have to set a high goal.’  In which I joined in and said….

Yes.  Either go all in and don’t go at all.

That’s exactly what he had in mind.

Interesting how this way of looking at life also how I look in ministry….

Go all in or don’t go at all.. ;o)

You might also like

Dust off a book

Dusting off this blog

I have been blogging since 2005. That’s almost 20 years! Though not very consistent. What started with a triathlon blog turned into a Christian blog. And I stopped blogging in 2011 after I came to Singapore. These days, I’ve shared most of my thoughts on social media (Facebook, Instagram and

Fruit for thought: The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill

I recently finished listening to the whole series of podcasts on The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill. It has been a sobering podcast to listen to. I highly recommend for those who are in seminary or going to ministry full-time to listen to. It is a good reminder that

Five Books Recommended for Christian Parents

Here are a few books I highly recommend for Christian parents. I read them for my M Div thesis. My thesis was persuading how parents should discipling their children, not the church. Book #1 – The Disciple-making Parent by Chap Bettis I never thought my role as a father was