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Run to Jesus, Not Google

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Bibianna reflects on how the recent Hebrews series has been encouraging, and calls us to turn to Jesus regardless of how we're feeling or the circumstances we are in....

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Rest for the Distressed, Weary and Poor


What are you struggling with today? Bibianna meditates on 1 Samuel 22 and encourages us to lay all our needs before the Lord of Sabbath and He will grant us rest....

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Christian Friendships: God's Good Gift

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Bibianna reflects on Christian friendships—its origin and importance in the Christian's life, as well as the encouragements that we can get from it. ...

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When We Fear We're Not Good Enough


Bibianna asks if we are covering ourselves with fig leaves and points us to Christ, whose robes of righteousness we can rest secure in. ...

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Pause and Reflect


2022 is coming to an end, and before we begin the new year, it would be helpful to pause and reflect on this past year....

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Bearing Burdens: A Women of Grace Event


"Bearing Burdens" is a women's ministry event that we are looking to hold on 19 November 2022. This is a follow up from the first Women of Grace event in May where the ladies had a time to get to know one another and meet after a period of COVID separation. ...

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Psalm 63: Beholding God in the Wilderness


This was originally shared by Bibianna at the Women of Grace event titled, "Bearing Burdens", which was held on 19 November 2022. Psalm 63 shows us that when we’re in the wilderness, let us behold our God and hope in Christ. ...

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Singing the Gospel


Bibianna reflects on how Christians have been made to sing, and have reason to sing, not only individually, but together in community....

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Gospel Reminders


We have a tendency to forget the gospel that salvation is through faith in Christ alone—nothing more, nothing less. Here, Bibianna shares her struggles with this and how we can remind one another of this gospel truth....

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Women of Grace


The "Women of Grace" event was a half-day event held on 14 May 2022. The women of GBC gathered to share, pray, meet other women and to also learn together. Bibianna shares what took place and how God provided for the event. ...

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Resurrection Hope: Not greyscale, but in colour


Though Good Friday and Easter are over, we continue to reflect on the significance of the death and resurrection of Christ. Bibianna uses Psalm 107 for her meditation on God's character and work, and what it means for us....

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A Day to Give Thanks


There were many things to be thankful for this past weekend, with the welcoming of new members at our Sunday service as well as the relaxation of some restrictions for our worship gatherings....

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We Aspire to Grow in Mission-Mindedness


Bibianna shares five ways that we can participate in the work of proclaiming the good news that God has sent Jesus to redeem and reconcile us back to God....

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Installation of New Elders

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During last weekend's services, the elders reaffirmed their vows to serve God's flock and the congregation also committed to support and work together with them for the good of the gospel....

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We Aspire to Cultivate Christlikeness


At the end of last year and the start of this new year, the elders shared some aspirations for the church at our Watchnight service and QCM. Bibianna reflects on the first aspiration on Christlikeness and how it is lived out together as a church....

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Watchnight Service 2021


Despite the ongoing pandemic, the current restrictions allowed us to hold our annual Watchnight service in 2021. It was held both in-person and livestreamed, and many GBC worshippers gathered together in the sanctuary or in homes to reflect on the past year. The theme of the service was, "waiting for the fulfilment of God’s promised hope", and the testimonies, songs o...

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