WHAT TO EXPECT
Wondering what our gathering will be like? Then you may find this page useful! It covers small but important details as to the character of the meetings, and the languages that we use.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
The contents of this page will give you a concise understanding of our position on a handful of fundamental elements to the Christian faith, such as the Holy Spirit, The Infallibility of the Bible, and Prophecy.
ABOUT US
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KUCHING CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY
'GOD WILL HAVE ALL MEN TO BE SAVED, AND COME UNTO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE TRUTH' - 1 TIMOTHY 2:4
 
ON THE RELATED SUB-PAGES: Information such as What we Believe, What to Expect, & What we Practise. Also, the salvation testimonies of believers among us.
BELOW, ON THIS PAGE: The story that the Grace of God has enabled us to write in the state of Sarawak, Malaysia.
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WHAT WE PRACTISE
Do we speak in tongues? Do we use music in our worship? How do we study the Bible? What do we do on Sundays? This page has the answers to these questions and others like them!
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THE EARLY DAYS OF MISSION WORK CARRIED OUT ACCORDING TO THE PATTERN OF NEW TESTAMENT PRINCIPLES
TESTIMONIES
STORIES OF SALVATION  What does it mean to be a human being? Is there a God and who is He? Has He been involved in the affairs of mankind? Does He care for all the problems of the world?What is life all about? What is my destiny and the destiny of mankind? Why are there so many beliefs, and how can I know what is the truth? Why is there so much conflict and chaos in this world and how can it be remedied? How can I know the true and living God? How can I be a Christian? What must I do to be saved? How can the sin question be settled forever? These are questions that many a person has asked at some point in his life, seeking for answers that satisfy the heart and soul. Here are the written accounts of individuals who have found the answer in the Person of the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. Read on more, and may you find the rest that many for generations have discovered.
STORIES OF SALVATION  What does it mean to be a human being? Is there a God and who is He? Has He been involved in the affairs of mankind? Does He care for all the problems of the world?What is life all about? What is my destiny and the destiny of mankind? Why are there so many beliefs, and how can I know what is the truth? Why is there so much conflict and chaos in this world and how can it be remedied? How can I know the true and living God? How can I be a Christian? What must I do to be saved? How can the sin question be settled forever? These are questions that many a person has asked at some point in his life, seeking for answers that satisfy the heart and soul. Here are the written accounts of individuals who have found the answer in the Person of the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. Read on more, and may you find the rest that many for generations have discovered.
The  Lord's work in the Gospel and assembly testimony commenced in the 1860s in Penang, Singapore, and Malacca, which were, at that time, crown colonies of Great  Britain known collectively as the Straits Settlements of Malaya. The major tin-mining towns of Taiping and Ipoh eventually saw a high concentration of commended servants from the UK coming in to labour and establish permanent companies gathered unto the Lord's Name.

At the beginning of the 20th century, Borneo island, the largest in Asia, was under the colonial rule of the British who controlled North Borneo (Sabah), Brunei and Sarawak, and the Dutch who ruled the south of the country. The Encyclopaedia of Missions (1904) states:

"Mr. James Brooke... who... became interested in the supression of piracy in the Malay Archipelago, fitted out a ship, and 1838 landed at Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo, and made himself master (or Rajah) of the province. As soon as he had established his rule, he invited the church of England to establish a mission. The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel headed this mission, and while it suffered severely at different times, its work among the Dayaks prospered. [The Dayaks were tribes of head-hunters, living in longhouses on stilts.]

With the expulsion of Christian missions from Communist Chine in 1949, missionaries associated with "Echoes of Service" relocated, and redirected interest towards South-East Asia. Among these  were Frederick Pucknell, George Hanlon, Geoffrey Bull, and George Christopher Willis, who saw God's sovereignty at work over events, and began to focus on British North Borneo (Sabah). Geoffrey Bull laboured in the town of Jesselton (Kota Kinabalu) from 1959-1960, whilst G C Willis, being led to the town of Sandakan, had a Christian Book Room and saw a good work there from 1959,1967.