In September, Luke exhorts us to turn away from religious hypocrisy by fearing God, not man. We are to follow Jesus and put God’s kingdom first, as we faithfully prepare for our Lord’s return....Keep Reading
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Pastor Oliver Chia reviews David Helm's One-to-One Bible Reading: A Simple Guide for Every Christian. ...
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. ...
In the first two weeks of July, we will continue to learn radical dependence from David in Psalms 40 and 41. We will then return to our series in Luke’s Gospel, as we join Jesus at the start of his journey to Jerusalem and the cross....Keep Reading
For the first two weeks of June, we will focus on how we are to respond to Jesus, as we behold His glory and holiness in Luke 9. We will then spend a month in the Psalms to learn radical dependence from David....Keep Reading
After seeing Jesus' power and authority, we will consider how Jesus calls us to love well from Luke 7:36-50. For the rest of May, we will focus on how we are to hear, follow and proclaim Christ....Keep Reading
Here's the sermon schedule for April. We will be looking at two of Isaiah's Servant Songs for Holy Week and return to Luke 7 for the rest of April....Keep Reading
For the month of March, the pastors will walk us through Luke 6....Keep Reading
For the month of January, we will look at Chapter 3 and 4 of the Gospel of Luke....Keep Reading
We will be completing our sermon series on the book of Romans this month. Join us in November as we come together to listen to God's word on how we can live together as stewards of God's grace. ...Keep Reading
Join us in October as we continue through Romans 12 and 13 on the practical ways to worship God. ...Keep Reading
How can we be right with God? Join us for our sermons in September, as we preach through Romans 10 and 11. ...Keep Reading
In month of August, we will meditate on the goodness and greatness of God as we look at the final section of Romans 8 and delve into Romans 9....Keep Reading
In July, we will be resuming our sermon series in Romans. ...Keep Reading
For the month of June, we will take a break from the book of Romans and look at what the Bible teaches on topics such as rest, fear, parenting, marriage and work. ...Keep Reading
We will be studying Chapter 6 and 7 of Romans in May, you can find here the sermon schedule for May....Keep Reading
This Sunday, we will conclude Romans 5, and take a break from the book of Romans for the next three sermons as we look at the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour from the book of Luke. We will continue with the book of Romans after Resurrection Sunday....Keep Reading
In March, we will continue through Romans 3 to Romans 5. You can find here the sermon schedule....Keep Reading
Our sermon series through Romans continues in February. Join us to hear from God about why religion cannot save us and why we need the gospel! ...Keep Reading
This week, as we greet the dawn of 2019 we also launch our new series, entitled "Grace Together."...Keep Reading
As we enter into the season of Advent, we will be looking at psalms written by an earthly king who longed for the coming of the anointed King of all kings. ...Keep Reading
We are entering into the last month for our sermon series on 1 John. You can find the sermon schedule here....Keep Reading
For the month of October, we will be meditating on 1 John 3-4. What is fellowship? How do we love one another? ...Keep Reading
We will be doing a deep dive into Chapter 2 of 1 John for the month of September. ...Keep Reading
Let's be praying for our pastors when they prepare their sermons that God will use them mightily as they bring God's truth to us. ...Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading
From the second half of July, we will move on to a four-part series on the book of Proverbs. ...Keep Reading
We are starting a new sermon series on the book of Hosea for June. Please pray that God will prepare our hearts to hear and respond to the messages in repentance and faith....Keep Reading
Here is the sermon schedule for April 2018 for your prayer....Keep Reading
Here is the sermon schedule for March 2018 for your prayer and preparation....Keep Reading
For the year 2018, our preaching schedule will be centred on the theme of "Believe; Belong; Behave", as we seek to understand more about discipleship and to grow a discipleship culture as a community. ...Keep Reading
This Advent, over 4 Sundays, we will focus on Isaiah's Servant Songs in order to help prepare us for Christmas....Keep Reading
Here is the sermon schedule for November 2017. Let's be praying for our pastors as they prepare to bring God's truths to us....Keep Reading
You will find here the sermon schedule for October, let's pray for our pastors and speakers as they prepare to bring God's word to us....Keep Reading
As we continue with our series of messages in Acts, let us be in prayer for our pastors as they bring God's word to us and for us as church, to respond in obedience to his word....Keep Reading
We thank God for His grace in bringing us through Acts thus far and in July, we will continue to see the good news spread beyond Jerusalem to the Gentiles. ...Keep Reading
Last Sunday we concluded our Great Commission Month. This week we resume our sermon series on "Not Ashamed of the Gospel"....Keep Reading
In the month of April, we will be taking a break from our sermon series in the book of Acts. In its stead, we will be having messages to help us prepare our hearts for Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. ...Keep Reading
Continuing with the new sermon series on "Not Ashamed of the Gospel", let us prayerfully consider how as a church, we can be faithful in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ. ...Keep Reading
We are thankful to our pastors for their pulpit ministry which is integral to our growth as a church....Keep Reading