Have you ever wished you could travel back in time to change a decision or correct a mistake? Or have you ever wished to travel to the future to find out how things will turn out? Even though a time machine does not exist, we have another way to face the things in the past so that they no longer ensnare us, and live in a way now such that we will not have any regrets.
We often hear people say that all religions are basically the same. However, a closer examination of Christianity reveals that it uniquely challenges and abolishes the basic features we find in all other religions. More than that, Christianity helps us understand that religion is man's futile efforts to reach up to God, when God has in fact graciously reached down to man.
For most people, whether Christian or not, the test of God's reality and relevance is not philosophical or theological; it is practical: does this God answer my prayers? That's what makes unanswered prayer so challenging to faith. Come and find out why God sometimes chooses to say no, and how we can remove the obstacles to answered prayers.
Without a time-travel device that enables us to travel into the future, how can we make the right decisions now that will result in favourable outcomes? And how can we have hope that God will reverse their effects when bad decisions are made?
How do we deal with the guilt that comes with a wrongdoing? Do we simply brush it aside and will ourselves to move on pretending that time will diminish or remove its grip on our conscience? Or are we held hostage by its constant condemnation, unable to lift our heads and live with ourselves? Find out how we can restore our crushed conscience and confidence or help others to do so as we learn in the message by Pastor Alywin entitled “Restore”.
The resurrection event is foundational for the Christian faith. Being a Christian is not merely adhering to right doctrines and actions but having faith in the risen Jesus of history. What evidence do we have for the resurrection of Jesus, and what implications does it have on the faith of the followers of Jesus Christ?
Another new year has dawned, and no doubt all of us have engaged in the same mind game, wishing and persuading ourselves that on the stroke of midnight of 31 December, things would somehow be better going forward.