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Risen Motherhood

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Emily Seck shares how reading the book, Risen Motherhood — Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments by Emily Jensen & Laura Wifler, with the Mum's Connect group has helped her see God’s purpose for her in motherhood. ...

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The Plight of Man and the Power of God

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Eric Lui recommends The Plight of Man and the Power of God, a compilation of five clear and powerful expositions on Romans 1 by Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones....

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nCoV Update on 7 Feb 2020

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GBC is closely monitoring the 2019-Novel Coronavirus situation and will take reference from official MOH advisories. ...

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Testimony of Nehemiah Chong

Nehemiah Chong shares how he came to know the love and grace of Jesus Christ and how God called him out of himself to serve God and His people....

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A Divine and Supernatural Light

Eric Lui helps us unpack the message and exhortation of Jonathan Edwards' "A Divine and Supernatural Light" which was originally a sermon preached by Edwards in Northampton, Massachusetts in 1734....

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Former Pastors Send Best Wishes

Two of our former pastors, then-Senior Pastor Rev Arnold and Effie Wong, and missions pastor Rev Dick and Edith Hugeniot send their love and greetings to GBC on our 60th anniversary from the United States....

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The Mortification of Sin

Eric Lui shares with us some of the lessons learnt as he reads John Owen's "The Mortification of Sin — Dealing with sin in your life" which centers on Romans 8:13. ...

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Our Hymn Writers and Their Hymns

Eric Lui reviews Faith Cook's "Our Hymn Writers and Their Hymns" and shares an interesting anecdote of Isaac Watts....

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Resurrection Fragrance

Caleb Yap imagines the events of Luke 23 and 24, and the surprise and joy of the women who had prepared spices for Jesus' burial and find that Jesus is risen....

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Visiting Our Pastoral Staff

For a few years now, it has become a Young Adult (YA) tradition to have a 'bai nian' (Chinese for 'visitation') during CNY. This festive season has become an opportunity to meet different people in church. In previous years, the YAs have visited other caregroups, some of our seniors and other couples in church that the YAs may not have the chance to meet on a regular basis...

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