This series in Genesis 12-50 will run from January to August in 2022. Genesis is an important book as this first book of the Pentateuch is about origins. It provides context for the rest of the Pentateuch by explaining the nature of God and the place of man in God’s creation. It also explains sin and its consequences, as well as God’s response (judgment and salvation)....Keep Reading
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Reflections on The New City Catechism #18 Will God allow our disobedience and idolatry to go unpunished? No, every sin is against the sovereignty, holiness, and goodness of God, and against his righteous law, and God is righteously angry with our sins and will punish them in his just judgment both in this life, and in the life to come. ...
Eric Lui shares with us a review of "On the Soul and Its Origin" by Augustine of Hippo. His true name is Aurelius Augustinus and he lived from 354 to 430 AD in a little town in Algeria. ...
Yanadi shares with us on how the resurrection has present implications for us, especially as we struggle and face sufferings in life....
Neo Yi Ling reflects on last week's Good Friday service where we gathered to remember the death of Jesus on the cross....
Reflections on The New City Catechism #16 What is Sin? Sin is rejecting or ignoring God in the world he created, rebelling against him by living without reference to him, not being or doing what he requires in his law—resulting in our death and the disintegration of all creation....
In this series, we will be understanding prayer using the A.C.T.S model, which is derived from the Lord's Prayer. The model has the following elements: adoration, confession, thanksgiving and supplication. Over the next month, we will be looking at prayers in the Bible and how they teach us to pray. ...Keep Reading
This series in 1 Peter and Habakkuk will run from end August to mid November, and the focus will be on the theme of biblical hope. In both of these books, believers live and suffer as exiles in a hostile world. How should we respond to our trials and afflictions? Both Peter and Habakkuk urge us to trust in our sovereign God, who is our salvation and hope. ...Keep Reading
From June 12 till August 15, our sermon series will focus on Genesis 1-12, entitled Foundations. ...Keep Reading
For the next three weekends starting 22/23 May, we will be looking at Psalms 42-45, the first of a two-part sermon series on Psalms....Keep Reading
For the next four weeks, we will embark on a short sermon series on Ephesians, entitled The Church....Keep Reading
In April, we will be concluding our sermon series on Radical Dependence....Keep Reading
The King is going to die. Soon, Jesus will be betrayed, arrested, put on trial and crucified. Join us in March for our sermons on Luke 21-23. Come and hear what it means for us to faithfully follow Christ to the cross....Keep Reading
Join us for our sermons on Luke 19 and 20 in February, as we learn what it means to submit to the authority of King Jesus....Keep Reading