People love to say that God’s love is unconditional. And yet the Bible is full of promises of God granting favour when we do meet certain conditions. That’s why in this series, we will look at what we can do to experience the fullness of God’s goodness in this new year.
Everyone loves Christmas, but mostly in an escapist way: it distracts us from our problems and the ugliness of our world for a short while. Don't miss the true gift of Christmas, which is meant to make a radical and positive change in our lives.
Prisons don't need walls and bars. Many of us are unaware that we have surrendered our liberty through comparison with others, locking ourselves up in resentment and despair. Even if we know it, we don't know how to break free.
Most non-Christians, and a large number of Christians as well, are very suspicious of the message that God will bless you if you give generously. While we should be rightly vigilant about religious conmen and the errors of the prosperity gospel, we should also remember that the Bible provides lots of incentives to encourage generosity. That’s why in this message, Pastor Tiak explains the blessings that we will experience when we live generously.
Faith is often seen as an elusive part of Christianity. In fact, the more we are taught or told to put it into action, the less we seem to be able to. Yet, without faith it is impossible to please God! In this message, let’s find out how we can live our lives with pleasing faith in God to unlock more of His blessings and favour!
Prayer is an essential part of the Christian faith, and crucial for growth in our relationship with God. Yet, many Christians struggle to make prayer a part of their lifestyle. In this message, Pastor Alywin explains why and how to pray to unlock more of God's blessings and favour in our lives.
As we celebrate a new year, we long for and wish good things upon each other. However, did you know that the best thing we can possibly experience is to be honoured by God? In this message, Pastor Tiak explains why and how we should honour God, and by doing so, unlock his blessings for ourselves, our children and our children’s children.
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.