Rev. S Wong


There are a lot of misconceptions about the cause of depression. To begin with, let’s go through the below:

Different categories of mental illness:

Psychological and Mental Illnesses

1. Psychotic disorder

1.1 Schizophrenia

1.2 Paranoia


Sophia Wong (RHCCC pastor)

In the month of April, in faith we participated in the Middle East PEACE ministry.

In 2017, I asked the Lord to teach me “how can I pray for myself and His people”.  As I heard of this PEACE trip which included an international prayer conference, I knew that it was God’s provision.

1). Praise and Pray

In the prayer conference, one of the most striking things is that we were taught to praise and pray from 9 am to 9 pm for three days. Immediately, I had doubts on this. On the other hand, I asked the Lord to have mercy upon me. Can I be included in this sweet moment of prayer? Throughout the series of praises and thanksgiving, confession, and supplication, the Lord stretched me to another perspective. He opened my mouth to praise Him (He reigns), loosened my tongue to confess to him (He understands), energized my knees to stand with the persecuted churches as well as bow and worship Him (He rules), and excited my spirit to focus on Him daily (He gives surprises). There is no boring moments in the prayer meetings.

Psalms 143

28 April 2016
Published in Rev. S Wong

Psalms 143

Sophia Wong

Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church

Psalms 143 suggests that the psalmist’s plea is based on God’s character. In a world full of confusion, the people are overwhelmed with hopelessness and helplessness. The psalmist is not asking for justice for no righteous one can live in front of the Lord. Psalms 143 is teaching us how to pray.

1. Point to the source of mercy - “O Lord, hear my prayer, listen to my cry for mercy; to our faithfulness and righteousness come to my relief. Do not bring your servant into judgment, for no one living is righteous before you” (Ps. 143:1-2). Despite the restlessness, the psalmist is declaring that God’s will is ultimately manifested as grace.

Kenya P.E.A.C.E. Reflection, Aug 8-24 2010

Rev. Sophia Wong
Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church


“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

Winston Churchill


My Reflecting in Kenya 2011

09 November 2011
Published in Rev. S Wong

My Reflecting in Kenya 2011

Rev. Sophia Wong
Pastor of Richmond Hill Christian Community Church


1.    Awakening – Lord, your kingdom is here. You have given me a fresh understanding of the spiritual realm. It is no longer a short term trip and a short term commitment. Under His transforming power, I finally realized that it is a pro-longed encoring voice of Kibera. It is so near & so real. I cannot believe the poorly dressed children, their hungry faces, their desperate needs for medication, their patience in waiting for food, their gratitude for drinking water. I feel so ashamed of myself. We are not coming to help them. They are helping us to help them!!



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