Sermons

  • 10 Dec 2017

    The Battle For Our Identity

    Discovering who we are and what we are called to do is an important journey in all our lives. When we realise our identities, we will be able to function most effectively in the place where God has called us to.

  • 03 Dec 2017

    Power of the Holy Spirit

    Pastor Andrew Yeo shares with us how and what it means to be empowered by the Holy Spirit.

  • 26 Nov 2017

    Effective Recovery

    The more you want to be good, the more likely you are to feel crushed and disappointed when you sin. And if you keep falling into sin again and again in spite of your best intentions, you risk becoming disillusioned and giving up altogether.

  • 19 Nov 2017

    Healthy Lifestyle

    All those who sincerely try to be good people would be conscious that there is a fierce tug-of- war between the good and the bad within themselves. The bible tells us that this is a war we cannot win on our own. In the last message, we saw how God delivers us through Jesus Christ, so that it becomes possible for us to really be good.

  • 12 Nov 2017

    Heart Transplant

    Most people think of goodness as a gradual process of incremental improvements over time in moral conduct as we cultivate greater resolve and will power. There is, however, a fatal flaw, in this approach. It simply won’t work.

  • 05 Nov 2017

    Accurate Diagnosis?

    When we think about our regrets, they are invariably the outcome of us getting or doing what we had wanted at some point in the past. With the clarity of hindsight, it becomes obvious that what we had been so sure we wanted is not what we really want after all. Why are we so confused about what we really want?

  • 29 Oct 2017

    Should I Not Have Concern

    The final chapter in the book of Jonah starts with a surprising twist and ends on an unexpected note. In between, it paints a picture of Jonah that is highly unflattering, and a God who is more gracious than we can imagine. The bitter medicine that is hard for us to swallow, but good for our soul, is the truth that we are all more like Jonah than we think.

  • 22 Oct 2017

    More Than Me

    This message from Jonah chapter 3 addresses an important question: What do you really want to live for? We all have a limited time on earth. We have to decide how we are going to use it. What do we hope to be able to look back on at the end of it all? What would we like to leave behind after we have passed on? Why should we even care?

  • 15 Oct 2017

    Deep Thoughts in a Fish Stomach

    Most of us have, at one time or another, found ourselves stuck in a desperate situation, whether of our own doing or otherwise. If you are not a believer, it makes you wonder if God perhaps exists and is able to help you. On the other hand, if you are a believer, it makes you question the existence and love of God. What is the right response?

  • 08 Oct 2017

    How Can You Sleep?

    In the first message of this series, we are introduced to a most unusual prophet. Unlike all the other Old Testament prophets, Jonah was not a respected hero of the bible. On the contrary, he was disobedient, selfish and arrogant. But perhaps that’s why his story is so relevant for us even after several thousand years.

  • 02 Oct 2017

    Connect

    Human beings are intrigued by the spiritual, and we attempt to make sense or even get in touch with it. Even those of us who are not sure whether God exist have tried praying to him. Is it possible for everyone, whether believers or unbelievers, to connect with God? Pastor Alywin tell us in this message.

  • 24 Sep 2017

    The Problem of Evolution

    It has become fashionable to believe that evolution is fundamentally incompatible with the Christian faith. This causes many Christians to either reject evolution outright or to put faith and science into two separate boxes. It also makes many non-Christians dismiss the Christian faith summarily as being unscientific and unworthy of consideration. Is there a better way to approach this issue? In today’s message Pastor Tiak will help us understand how Christians ought to evaluate evolution without compromising their faith, and how non-Christians can consider Christianity without compromising intellectual integrity.