Entries by Moses Wong

Albert Ng

It is every parent’s dream that his or her child can lead a successful life. We are no exception. When Philip, our older son was born in October 1984, I had a satisfying job with good income. I thought that I was going to sail through life effortlessly and began to have a happy family. […]

Catherine Lo

When I was pregnant with my son, Sze Ka, my dream was that he would be smarter than my husband. When he was one year and three months old, I resigned from my job and stayed home to take care of him. I discovered that he was with special needs. When he was two years […]

Charlene Leung

My older brother Matthew Leung has Down Syndrome and he is one of the greatest influences in my life. He is loving, caring, talented in music, loves to swim and play basketball. Growing up with Matthew was not exactly easy but it helped to build my character. Through him, I can see God’s work and […]

Anthony Leung

I once heard from a very respectful Pastor speaking at the church that when our Lord Jesus told his disciples not to hinder the little children coming to Him, it was because the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. The Pastor then explained to us that under normal assumption, the disciples of Jesus […]

Peggy Kam

Time really flew by swiftly. My family has been coming to RHCCC for ten years. I am thankful that I could join both Phase II and Phase III expansion celebration and was able to witness God’s great and wonderful work. I experienced His presence in my life. He walks with me and carries me through […]

A Challenging Special Needs Ministry

Edward Chu “Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” “Come,” he said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus. But when he saw the wind, he was afraid and, beginning to sink, cried out, “Lord, save me!” Immediately […]

Aline Chan

My Dear Son, A few years has passed since you learn how to do mathematics, and understand what phonetics is all about.  There are “hiccups” in schooling as we understand how the communities around you are also in the process of learning how to help you learn best together with us all. Walking beside you […]

Linda Chan

The scene of Erin screaming, yelling and throwing a huge temper tantrum the first time we took her to the SPECIAL gathering is still fresh in my mind. Erin even scratched Pastor Irene’s hand while she was trying to calm her down. With my heart broken and my eyes filled with tears, I had no […]

Postscript

Dr. Milton Wan This February (in 2008), Aurora got acute pneumonia and was admitted to the hospital. After twelve days, she passed away. She finished her life of 26 years. We did not anticipate her sudden departure. The grief that Renee and I experienced was much deeper and lasted longer than we thought. It was […]