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‭‭Let’s Not Deceive Ourselves!


Pastor Thian Chye shares the ways that our church camp encouraged him personally, and exhorts us to continue to persevere in doing spiritual good to one another. ...

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Church Camp Again?


Pastor Thian Chye has been working with the Church Camp Committee to prepare for this year's camp! He shares with us a personal reflection on why the camp is important, and helpful for us as a church. ...

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Help! Is Anyone Willing to Bear My Burdens?‬


What does it mean to bear someone else's burdens? Pastor Thian Chye reflects on how we can apply the sermon practically. ...

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How Do I Live Out the Gospel?


Pastor Thian Chye shares a practical example of how we can live out the gospel in this local body of Christ....

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Tough Grace in Tough Times


Do you walk away from God or do you draw closer to the Lord during tough times? Pastor Thian Chye looked back at how God's tough grace during a difficult time in his life has humbled him and enabled him to trust and submit to God....

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Holy and Acceptable Worship


Is my worship of God holy and acceptable? Pastor Thian Chye exhorts us to obey God's call to keep the Sabbath to and for the Lord, and gather to worship God in spirit and in truth....

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Lent: Reflecting on the Life of Christ

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This Lenten season, Pastor Thian Chye exhorts us to reflect on the life of our Lord Jesus and imitate Him. ...

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We Aspire to Disciple One Another in Christ

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Pastor Thian Chye continues our series in the eight aspirations of the church, and here, he reflects on the importance of discipleship for all Christians, as well as how we can do so. ...

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Every Day is a Thanksgiving Day


A week ago on 25th November, Americans celebrated their annual Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving is often a time where people also take the opportunity to spend quality time with family and express their gratitude to one another. What about us as Christians? Do we give thanks to our God? If yes, how often? What compels you to give thanks to God or what are the things you g...

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