m0re than words* BRMC youth photobloggy!!!
Tuesday, June 20, 2006
Thursday, September 29, 2005
Friday, March 25, 2005
haha! on the ferry back to singapore... on the deck where the wind is so super strong! look at lynn's hair! haha. when we went back in, our hair were as if gelled! so yucky! it's the salty water from the sea! natural gel... i should invent it one day "all natural sea water super strong gel" hehe. in case you dunno! we went on a 3 1/2 day mission trip to tg.pinang bintan! it was so fruitful! ask me if you wanna noe more k! :) haha. there were 6 of us: ian, jonong, joseph, lynn, robyn and pastor andum! so wonderful k... cos i thought i could'nt go on a mission trip during my A level year but God opened this door so that i may go on a super short, dont-have-to-prepare-or-train so much mission trip! thank God! :) from Left to Right: Ian, Jonong, Robyn, Lynn... Pastor is resting in the ferry and Joseph is taking this photograph on his phone... yay! :)
Tuesday, March 15, 2005
This is Dan Brannen! A missionary all his Life and the National Director (US) of International Students Inc - an international organization that reaches out to international students all over the world.. Anyway, He's a great pal - we have this little fellowship called "after talk" where we have lunch and discuss the morning's sermon! He's a really faithful man of God!.. Anyway, he's going to Singapore soon and I really hope he can visit BRMC! I told him about the SS -esp all you young missionaries! He perked up when I said "missionaries"... =)
Well, this is the inside of a pitcher plant.. do you see those black stuff? Yes! Undigested insects!. The Exoskeletons of insects are made of Chitin which is an extremely tough substance. So all these insect's exoskeletons builds up in these pitchers until they are no longer effective in digesting anymore insects and they wither off.. So can you tell what insect was that? =)
Saturday, March 12, 2005
This is another picture of that Living Fossil Gymnosperm.. look at the cool twirling leaf it has! I have no idea why is that so.. but it does feel strange looking at a plant that might have existed before the dinosaurs. Anyway these plants must have Extremely long roots - the pots that hold them are about a metre or more deep!