Posts tagged with believe belong behave

Sermon Schedule for November 2018

We are entering into the last month for our sermon series on 1 John. You can find the sermon schedule here.

Believe, Belong, Behave: Worthy, Not Deserving

Pastor Ian urges us to follow Paul in looking to the Philippian church for a fitting example of how we might live lives worthy of the gospel of Christ.

George Muller

Do you remember the three Bs that we have been thinking about over the last three issues of Children’s Corner?

Living as Christ’s Ambassadors in the World

Living in a world where moral norms are continuously shifting, Pastor Eugene urges us to respond by being faithful ambassadors for Jesus Christ.

The Little Things that Count

Those of us who have children know that one of the main concerns is teaching them how to ‘behave’. Mok Chuan Hao reminds us that there is more than this to Christian parenting, and encourages us to lean on God for daily grace to parent our children His way.

The Stream of Human Custom

Do we let our culture and its traditions or the unchanging biblical standard inform our lives as Christians? Pastor Ian reminds us that we are different from the world that we live.

Plugging Into GBC

What helps new members feel a sense of belonging in GBC? What challenges do they face in integrating, and what makes them persevere to overcome setbacks? Two families who recently joined the church share their stories.

Cultivating Spiritual Friendships

What is ministry and which ministry should we serve in? Pastor Eugene clarifies what God says about ministry and encourages us to attend this Sunday's EQUIP class to find out how we can serve one another in the body of Christ.

“That you may know”: Our messages on 1 John

How can we know if we are in Christ? What beliefs and attitudes give proof to our claim to be a Christian? Pastor Oliver shares with us where we can find answers to these questions.

Serving Others with Our Words

Pastor Eugene reminds us that God desires us to speak words that bring life and flourishing to others for His namesake.

Believe, Belong, Behave. Why the Order Matters

Pastor Ian sheds light on why belief should come first before belong and behave.

Book of Proverbs

We are starting a new series of messages from the book of Proverbs this Sunday. To help us prepare our hearts and minds for the messages, the pastoral team recommends this short video clip by The Bible Project which gives an overview of the book.

The Three Bs - 3rd B: Behave

This is the third of our series of articles for the Children's Corner of Grace News on the theme of 'Believe, Belong, Behave'. In this third instalment, Rachel Wong challenges our children (and us) to reflect on what motivates us to behave.

Work of the Spirit

What is our response when things do not go our way? How is our response a reflection of who God is and how He is working in us? Toby Wu and a sister-in-Christ share with us how God worked in them as they wrestled with challenges and struggles.

Bearing Fruits as Christ’s Disciples

Is it sufficient for us to study scripture? Is it enough for us to belong to a church? Pastor Ian expounds on why it is also important for us to behave in a fruitful manner, in line with what we know and whom we belong to.

Living Holy, Holy, Holy Lives

Both Seah Kah Yin and his wife Christine have been members of GBC since 1989. We invite Kah Yin to give a personal account of his own journey of faith. Encapsulated within are his motivations and challenges faced as he strives towards godly living.

Why I Belong

In the sermon on Eph 2:11-22, we were exhorted to belong to a community so as to illuminate the glory of God. In this article, GBC members Jonathan Yao, Paul Wu, Poh Gee and Patti Koh penned their thoughts on why they chose to sink roots in GBC, and call GBC their family in this season of their lives.

Church - God's Wonderful Idea

Tan Yee Kiat provides a biblical perspective of what it means to be a member of a local church, and the significance of this in building up the body of Christ.

The Church: A Radical Kind of Belonging

Claire Low expounds on the radical nature of belonging to a church community, and challenges us to love one another radically through serving in practical ways and meeting spiritual needs.

Walking Together in the Light

Pastor Eugene shares five practical ways for us to walk together in the light as a church family.

Read Together, Together

In a recent Desiring God article by Brian Wright, we are encouraged to take up the lost discipline of reading the Bible with one another.

The Three B’s - 2nd B: Belong

Rachel Wong explains to our children the difference between belonging and fitting in, and encourages our children (and us) that we belong simply because we are children of God.

You Are Not Alone

From spiritual orphans to a united body of Christ: Pastor Ian explains how our shared story of the gospel is the key component of our sense of belonging as a church community.

Sermon Schedule for February 2018

Sermon schedule for February 2018.

Grace News Issue #1 2018 -- Standing on Three Legs

This is our first issue on GBC's theme for 2018: Believe, Belong, Behave. Our focus for this issue is Believe.

This is My Father’s World

University student Hannah Yeo reflects on how she came to believe in Jesus, and celebrates the difference this has made to her thinking and outlook on life.

The Three B’s - 1st B: Believe

We have heard from Pastor Ian how discipleship is like a three-legged stool, with the three legs being Believe, Belong and Behave. Here, Rachel Wong explains to our children what belief is, and how it is possible to believe in a God we have not seen.

Why I Believe

One of the legs of our three-legged discipleship stool is: Believe. Grace News decided to ask a couple of GBC members what it means to them to believe in Jesus, and how their belief has changed and strengthened over the years. Here, longtime church member Leong Kuan Yui shares with us his faith journey and explains how knowing Christ has changed his life.

Standing on Three Legs

Pastor Ian introduces GBC’s theme for 2018 and explains why discipleship is like a three-legged stool.