In the second instalment of our series called 'Know Your Leaders', Elder Wee Thiem Heng shares with us how he came to GBC and the joys and challenges of being a spiritual leader of the church....Keep Reading
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What are the idols in our hearts? Pastor Oliver encourages us to take this time of staying at home to unmask and unmake the idols that grip our hearts. ...
Last month, a team from GBC headed to Kathy's Home at Pua, Thailand to conduct Vacation Bible School (VBS). The team shares with us how God has put together the VBS programme....
What does it mean to show Christ’s love to our families? How is God working in our families? The recent “Honouring Family” event held on 7 March, organised by the GBC Young Adults Ministry, sought to break barriers and start a conversation about the often sensitive and delicate topic of family....
Read this statement from the pastors and elders on the recent measures in response to COVID-19. ...
Elder Caleb Yap writes on the topic of "What is the Bible?", taught recently at Equip, and shares about why this topic is important....
Neo Yi Ling shares with us how members of GBC gathered on the last day of 2019 to look back on the year that had come to an end and to look forward together to what God has in store in the coming year. ...
Pastor Ian reminds us that we should not allow the world to define what it means for God’s children to succeed. ...
Did you miss last Friday's Prayer Meeting? Pastor Ian shares with us how God has been working in our lives and how He intends to do even greater things among us!...
Is social justice the mission of the church? Pastor Oliver clarifies what social justice is and what it is not. ...
Our YA ministry has been holding regular evangelism events that focus on topics that many young adults identify and struggle with. Some past topics included relationships and the life we lead online. This September, they will be holding another event titled “Who do you think you are?” on 28 Sept and they’ve shared with us their motivations and purposes for this upcoming session....
We thank God for the privilege to participate in His work in the lives of the Hmong people in Northern Thailand. Find out more from the trip report of the team that headed to Kathy's Home in Pua from 30 Aug to 2 Sep to conduct the quarterly English camp. ...
The Tuesday Enquiry is a weekly evangelistic study that hopes to provide a consistent and open door for unbelievers to explore the Gospel at GBC. Held every Tuesday nights from 730 to 930pm, this evangelistic class hopes that unbelievers will be able to experience hospitality and community. ...Keep Reading
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION EQUIP CLASSES: THE CHURCH | TODAY | 11.00 AM - 12.30 PM | ROOMS 310A-B This class will focus on our beliefs, identity, mission and life together as God's people. PRAYER | 4 FEB | 11.00 AM - 12.30 PM | ROOMS 310A-B What is prayer? Why should we pray? What are some things we can do to deepen our prayer lives? These are some of the questions that ...Keep Reading
Prayer Meeting (26 January 2018) Prayer Points I.YOUTH MINISTRY Prayer Praise: - Pray for the youth who are transiting to a new school, that they would trust God as their school postings are confirmed that they would be able to find an environment they can grow and thrive in. - Pray for the youth as they navigate the various challenges of identity, school famil...Keep Reading
How have we loved God by cherishing His truth this past week?...Keep Reading
Disagreements and differences are bound to arise in any family, and that includes our church! Samuel Beh reflects on some ways Scripture instructs us how to resolve disagreements in the church....Keep Reading
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION NEW "EQUIP" CLASS: THE CHURCH | TODAY 28 JAN | 11.00 AM 12.30 PM| ROOM 310 A B From 2018 onwards, Discipleship Seminars will be called Equip. The goal of Equip is to establish us in our discipleship, so that Christ can employ us for his service. We have started with a new class on The Church, which will focus on our beliefs, identity, mission and...Keep Reading
This is our first issue on GBC's theme for 2018: Believe, Belong, Behave. Our focus for this issue is Believe. ...Keep Reading
This week, let's thank God for His presence with us even in times of unjust suffering and to endure for the sake of Christ as we are called to walk in His footsteps. ...Keep Reading
Every last Friday of the month we meet to pray for our church, community, nation and world. Pastor Ian shares with us why we pray and encourages us to join in this elder-led prayer service. ...Keep Reading
Open Doors USA recently put out their World Watch List for the top countries in the world where religious freedom is curtailed by oppressive forces. How should Christians think about these countries, knowing that brothers and sisters and Christ are oppressed for Jesus’ sake, and that in contrast, we enjoy such relative comfort, safety and freedom here at home? ...Keep Reading
Our elder, Eddie Tan, shares with us some thoughts and reflections on his faith and his role in the church....Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION NEW "EQUIP" CLASS: THE CHURCH | SUN TODAY 14, 21, 28 JAN | 11.00 AM 12.30 PM| ROOM 310 A B From 2018 onwards, Discipleship Seminars will be called Equip. The goal of Equip is to establish us in our discipleship, so that Christ can employ us for his service. Today, we will start with a new class on The Church, which will focus on our beliefs, ident...Keep Reading
Sin leads to isolation but grace leads to community. Let's prepare our hearts as we come together this Sunday to worship the One who invites us into community....Keep Reading
As members of God's household and His representatives in the world, how should we live together as a church? Pastor Eugene reminds us that we are God's redeemed community, and as such our church life plays a crucial role in our Christian witness. ...Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
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....Keep Reading
Benedict Seah reflects on the recent youth camp, which took place on 20-23 Dec 2017. As we thank God for our youths, let's pray together with them that they will continue to grow in love and obedience towards Christ, and that the relationships renewed among them during the camp will bear much fruit and result in changed lives. ...Keep Reading
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION NEW "EQUIP" CLASS: THE CHURCH | SUN 14, 21, 28 JAN | 11.00 AM 12.30 PM| ROOM 310 AB From 2018 onwards, Discipleship Seminars will be called Equip. The goal of Equip is to establish us in our discipleship, so that Christ can employ us for his service. We'll start the year with a new class on The Church, which will focus on our beliefs, identity, missi...Keep Reading
As you enter into the 1st week of the new year, consider how is God urging you to lean on Him in faith this new year. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Eugene Low explains how GBC’s new Equip class reinforces the church’s theme for 2018, and encourages us to attend so we can be better equipped to do the Lord’s work....Keep Reading
The first QCM of the year takes place after worship service this Sunday, 7 Jan. Join us at the meeting to find out how we can all work together to build up the church....Keep Reading
Our Watchnight Service 2017, planned by the YA Ministry, was a time of special blessing and encouragement. Read about it and view some of the videos here....Keep Reading