We all wish to belong to a great church that meets our needs, stimulates our personal growth and makes a difference in the world. That can only become a reality if we all make a great commitment to God and our fellow believers.
People often think of religions merely as systems of rules and duties. Christianity, on the other hand, presents itself in a different light. Not only does the Bible challenge the way we live our lives, it also offers a better alternative so that we can experience freedom and fulfilment.
For many of us, evangelism is something we either associate as mere Christian duty or for the more “siao on” Christians. Sometimes, we avoid it for fear of rejection and ridicule. But we should not be ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes! Find out how evangelism is important as it prepares us for eternity!
Jesus fed 5000 families with 5 loaves and 2 fish provided by a little boy. Today He is still working through us in the same way, multiplying the resources we have so that His work and ministry will be provided for. Will we be like that boy to present whatever we have so that He can use for them His glory?
It has become increasingly fashionable for Christians to say that they can practise their faith privately without participating in the church. With churches going online fully, the concept of belonging to a local church has become even more ambiguous. In this message, Pastor Tiak explains what it means to belong to a church, and how we can all play a part to build a church that we all want to belong to.
The Covid-19 crisis has forced us to change how we do church. We no longer have the option of mass physical gatherings and have to view serving differently. The Early Church remained faithful serving an unchanging God amidst trying and changing times. If that is the church all we want, how can we remain relevant and adapt to the new normal?
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.
Live-streaming of all services at their usual timings.
Cell Group meetings will be conducted at by videoconferencing, on Friday nights for adults and Saturday afternoons for youths.
During this period, our pastors, full-time staff and lay leaders will continue to do their best to serve you. Do contact them by either by phone or online unless it is necessary to meet them in person.