*Gasp* an update!

The *all new* 2011 iBridge camp committee is meeting!

News will be coming your way soon…

This is Anna signing off (very belatedly). Next post will be from your new camp committee!

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Here am I, Send ME!

Hey guys,

Remember all the slideshows you did during camp talking about aaallll things YOU can do to serve Malaysia? Well, here’s a chance for you to put your money (and feet) where your mouth is.

Let’s start making a difference!

Here am I, send me! (Isaiah 6:8)

Have you ever wondered what you, as a young adult, can contribute to the nation?

The Graduates Christian Fellowship (GCF) will be having a workshop focusing on areas that young adults can contribute back to the nation. The purpose of this workshop is to network leading NGOs which are actively involved in social work in Malaysia with the young working adults market. We hope to advocate needs within Malaysia, allowing each participant (read: you!) to contribute and commit to these NGOs.

The 2-hour workshop will include sharings by the following NGO reps, followed by discussion groups for participants to speak with each NGO rep personally.

Malaysian CARE

More than half of the prisoners in Malaysia are in for drug related offences. There are at least 350,000 drug dependents, many of them without hope. Malaysian CARE’s Prison, Drugs and AIDS (PDA) is one of Malaysian CARE’s ministries that seeks to bring them hope. Many might have heard about these ministries, but might not fully understand the great need and the fruits of their organization’s work.


We are ordinary people who desire the best for our country, our humanity, our world and our future. We stand up for migrant rights, human rights – individuals and communities whenever and wherever equality, fairness, justice and the truth are denied them.

CREST (Crisis Relief Services & Training)

CREST is a non-profit Christian humanitarian organization. We are made up of Christians who share a desire to reach the poor and needy, refugees and victims of disasters with the love of God, through practical ways such as providing food, clothing, shelter, medicines, basic healthcare and trauma counseling.

Organ Donation

Organ donation takes healthy organs and tissues from one person for transplantation into another. Experts say that the organs from one donor can save or help as many as 50 people. Whilst most organ and tissue donations occur after the donor has died, some organs and tissues can be donated while the donor is alive.

* There will also be an election registration team at the workshop to assist those who have yet to register as voters.

Workshop Details:

Event : Social Awareness workshop

Date : 20th November 2010 (Saturday)

Time : 3pm – 5pm.


Wellspring Baptist Sanctuary,
No.3, Jalan Teratai PJU6,
Kg Sg Kayu Ara,
47400 Petaling Jaya.
(Next to Pucuk Ubi Restaurant)

To RSVP your coming or for further details, please contact our staff worker Jimmy Lee at gcf [dot] msia [at] gmail [dot] com.

Note: iBridge will have a Headstart introduction meeting from 2pm-3pm. Headstart is a fresh graduates’ mentoring cell group that meets once a month to discuss, support and pray over issues regarding marketplace transition. Fresh graduates in transition are encouraged to join us then.

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Re: YOU! (n) eons

Do you miss us yet? I’m sure you do!

Well, we’re having a post-camp reunion this Saturday (2 Oct)… well, actually a few.

Event: iBridge Post Camp reunion (Lunch)
Vhen: 2nd Oct (Saturday)
Vhere: Ikea Restaurant
Vhat: 12.30pm – 2.30pm
Vhy: Because we want to see you again!! 🙂

followed by:

Event: “7 Mountains of Culture of a Nation and Transformation through New Media”
Vhere: People Park Baptist Church (PPBC) (No 14,Grd Floor, Jln SS 4D/14, 47301, PJ)
Vhen: 2nd Oct (Saturday)
Vhat: 3pm – 5pm
Vho: Sreedhar Subramaniam

followed again by:

Event : iBridge Post Camp Reunion (Dinner)
Vhere: One Utama (LG, Old Wing Food Court)
Vhen: 2nd Oct 2010 (Saturday)
Vhat: 6.30pm till late
Vhy: Because we miss each other so much! 🙂

We hope you can make it for one, if not all, of the meet ups because we do so want to see you, swap photos and catch up!

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Feedback form

Our feedback form is live here.

Thank you so much for your time! Here’s to a better camp next year!

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Post-camp stuff

Hey there,

We hope you had a safe and great trip home! Our response slip/feedback form is on the way, and should be up some time within the week.

Also, we’ll be collecting the photos from our “official” camp photographers by the end of the week, so this should be up online for you by the end of the month.

Just a reminder, if you have any testimonies or positive encouragement to share, e-mail us and we’ll post it up on the blog. Other things to e-mail us would be your slide shows for your Jalan-jalan Ipoh presentation, either through e-mail attachment, or if it’s too big, via google docs or other alternatives, like dropbox.

Hope you’ve had a good first day at work! Did you manage to bring your soul along? 😉

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Transport List (FINAL!)

Dear Drivers & Passengers,

This is the latest and the FINAL list for transportation. If you haven’t gotten a call/email, please start to panic now. After you finish panicking, email us at ibridgecamp [at] gmail [dot] com.

Driver Patrick Sim
  Mei Ching
  Ken Loh
Driver Samuel Kuek
  Wee Vian
  Zhen Wei
  Paul Goh
Driver Eugene Chong
  Tan Sue Ann
  Teoh Kel Lee
Driver Ian Hong
Driver Amanda Chua
  Doulos Lee
  Jamie Khoo
Driver Jarrod Ting
  Arnold Tham
  Erick Dorai
Driver Evangel Ong
  Florence Wee
  Esther Tan
  Siow Yen
  Crystal Mow
Driver Zack Lau
  Alvin Ung
  Betsy Yeo
  Chooi Syn
Driver Daniel Yeoh
  Zach Han
  Henry  Lim
  Rachel Woon

There will be no more changes to the list, so, if you don’t like your passenger/driver, it’s time to learn to love people as how Jesus loves you.

Passengers – please contact your drivers ASAP to arrange for pick-up times & meeting points. If not, you might need contact KTM to see if they have extra tickets.

Yay! See you all at camp TOMORROW! 🙂

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What time should you arrive at camp?

Dear campers,

For those coming up on Thursday, please try to make it by 3pm for the official start of camp.

For those coming up on Friday, please try to make it by 830am for our first session with Dr Living Lee.

See you really really soon! 🙂

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