We cordially invite you and your loved ones to join us to feast on God’s Word together.
What is the connection between the visible world and the invisible world? Why do people often neglect the latter? Why is Jesus at the heart of the invisible world – and how does He help us to make sense of the visible world?
Why is focusing on the importance of the eternal and the internal so important for our spiritual well being and what habits can we develop to see Jesus in a world that often denies or marginalises His reality? These questions will be dealt with in the talk by using what Paul wrote to the Corinthian Christians.

An Evening Talk
1. Petaling Jaya
Date: Friday, March 9
Time: 8:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.
Venue: Trinity Methodist Church, Petaling Jaya
(6, Jalan 5/37, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.)

2. Miri
Date: Friday, May 11
Time: 8:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.
Venue: St. Columba’s Church Miri
(Jalan Kubu, 98007 Miri, Sarawak.)

Admission is free

Trinity Methodist Church Petaling Jaya

St. Columba’s Church Miri



Speaker’s Bio

Bishop Emeritus Dr. Robert Solomon was the Bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore from 2000 to 2012. Currently retired, he now keeps busy with an active itinerant ministry speaking and teaching in many countries. He has served previously as a medical doctor, church pastor, principal of Trinity Theological College and president of the National Council of Churches of Singapore. Dr. Solomon holds degrees in medicine, theology, intercultural studies, and a Ph.D. in pastoral theology from the University of Edinburgh. He has contributed many articles to books, theological dictionaries and journals and authored many books, including The Race, The Conscience and The Enduring Word.



Resources Available For Browsing
A selection of our resources will be on display for you to browse through and pick up should you find them helpful.
Book Sales
Bishop’s books will be available for sale at a special conference price.
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Tel: (07) 353 1718
Fax: (07) 353 4439
e-mail: malaysia@odb.org


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