Computer programmer Pauline Wong Pui-ling, 28, was among thousands of Christians attending the Luis Palau Crusade at the Hong Kong Stadium last night. She married two years ago and lives in Stubbs Road with her husband and nine-month-old baby. What's on your mind? God. I want to get closer to him as I believe he can give me eternal life. The world is full of tragedy. I used to feel helpless because I didn't know whether I could control my fate. But when I think of God, I can face any problem. What do you expect from the Crusade? I hope I can learn some skills to maintain family harmony. My husband is not a Christian. We always have disputes and conflicts. Were you worried about marrying a non-Christian? Yes. I was warned by my church friends and even priests. They thought we could not get along because we had different values. So I brought him to my church and let him know more about religious life. I am confident I can convince him to become a Christian eventually. Had I not married him, he would have lost the opportunity to contact God. Though he is not yet a Christian, he is happy to attend church gatherings with me. He would have come with me tonight but he had to accompany his father to check his Mei Foo Sun Chuen home which was damaged in the blaze this week. Have you tried to be a preacher in the street? No, I don't feel comfortable doing so. But I will keep persuading my friends and colleagues. Though none of them has been converted so far, many are willing to go to church with me and they are interested in taking part in religious gatherings. Actually, I don't want to be too rigid. Some of my friends stick too strictly to their principles. They never go out late on Saturday nights, and there is no exception for their friends' wedding banquets. I think we can have our own interpretations and not be so rigid.