We all handle our money in ways that we believe would bring us maximum satisfaction. However, most of us seldom stop long enough to question whether our beliefs about money would actually help us to achieve the desired outcome. In this message, we will learn from Jesus’ teaching timeless lessons about wealth which are radically different from what our culture tells us, but which have the potential to give us what we truly desire.
The role of parents is to work themselves out of a job by raising their children to become independent adults. This is a difficult process for both parents and children, and does not always work out well. That’s why, in this message, we will learn about the tensions of relating to our parents as adult children, and how we can manage them so that we can become healthy individuals while still loving our parents.
Mothers are expected to be tender, loving, knowledgeable, capable, hardworking, patient, always cheerful and totally sacrificial. The reality is that many mothers find it difficult to live up to such superhuman expectations. Mothers need all the help that they can get. That’s why this message addresses the common mistakes that mothers should avoid so that they can be happy and effective in what they do.
In the New Testament, the dominant imagery used by God to describe his relationship with us is Father. That in itself speaks volumes about the crucial role fathers play. While those of us who are fathers would never be a perfect father like God, we can make a lasting and positive difference in the lives of our children if we apply the wisdom found in God’s Word for fathers.
Do you feel the uncertainty of life? That things will not happen as promised? Disappointed and discouraged by circumstances that are beyond your control? In a few moment’s time today, we will be learning how God has promised us heavenly blessings through what Jesus has already done, and how the promised Holy Spirit, our seal, the guarantee that God will fulfil what He has promised, to make right every wrong in this world.
Have you ever been blessed to know the ecstasy of winning a lucky draw and redeeming your prize immediately? Perhaps, made sweeter by the fact that your prize has a huge price to it. The Bible tells us there is nothing “lucky” when we were chosen by Christ to be redeemed by His blood. He did so at huge cost to Himself out of a profound, divine love to call us children of God.
Have you ever wished you were born into a rich and famous family? Or hoped that you could marry someone accomplished and influential? The Bible tells us that when we are in Christ, something even more wonderful happens to us: we are adopted by the most powerful being in the universe and we occupy a special place in his house. What does it mean to be a child of God?
We all wish that we can be special, and not only that, to be special to someone who really matters. The wonderful message of the Bible is that our desire can be met, and we can experience the thrilling sense of joy, worth, dignity and purpose every day of our lives, no matter who we are, what we have done and what may happen to us. Pastor Tiak explains how we can freely receive this priceless blessing.
Every Christmas, the festive cheer draws people in through food and fellowship. Cold hearts are thawed, gifts received in awe. The spirit of Christmas empowers old and young to look beyond their own needs and into those of others. Goodwill abounds even in the darkest of nights. But why is this so universal? Let’s find out in this message, Goodwill To All!
Most of us look forward to a great time of gathering with friends and family members on Christmas Day every year. What does this seemingly non-negotiable desire reveal about us? Is there a deeper need that we are trying to meet? Come find out how the story of Christmas meet this real need!
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.