We live in a pressure-cooker world. There are so many expectations we cannot fully meet and problems that we do not know how to solve. In this series, we will learn how we can find relief in the areas in our lives that most of us feel stressed about.
We all make purchasing decisions based primarily on branding. What we seldom realise is that the same is true of interpersonal relationships. This series will help you to succeed by explaining how you can develop trust and goodwill by Building Your Brand.
It's February! The month we love because love is in the air. As we celebrate love, let us also reflect more deeply on the ultimate source and true nature of love, because the more we grasp the love of God, the richer our love will be for each other.
Most people feel overworked, underpaid, and trapped in a never-ending game of real-life Monopoly. Whether we are making just enough to survive or earning more than enough, we still feel the financial pressure and stress in our lives. What causes them and how can we find relief? How can we achieve true financial security? Find out what the bible says about this pressure point, and how God gives us relief from it.
The pressure to perform in your vocation – working to earn an income, as a student or serving National Service, and even as a homemaker – is one of the core contributors to the stress we feel. But what it supposed to be this way? How can we not only find relief from it, but find joy and meaning in the areas we are required to perform? Find out what the bible says about this pressure point, and how God gives us relief from it.
Do you realise Jesus Christ is the reference point of human history, splitting it into A.D. and B.C.? And the single most unique and important event in Jesus’ life is His resurrection from the dead? It proves beyond any doubt that He is what He claims Himself to be and His ability to give us hope. Come join us at our Easter service as we look at what the resurrection of Jesus means to us and how we can have real hope in these uncertain times.
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.