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Interview with Lee-Tiang Siew Ting

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In Feb 2020, Lee-Tiang Siew Ting joined the English Congregation Ministry Team as a part-time Ministry Support Worker. We catch up with her to find out more about her new role and how we can pray for her....

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Fragmented Reflections of a VBS Volunteer

Vacation Bible School (VBS) 2019 was held from 28-30 November. We thank God for His goodness and faithfulness to us and the children throughout the camp. Deborah Yap, the camp commandant, shares her reflection from the camp. ...

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Heritage from the Lord

88 children had a wild and good time over 2.5 days during Vacation Bible School last week. One of the volunteers shares her prayers for these children and GBC. ...

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Teaching Our Children

Pastor Eugene recommends resources to help us teach the children in our midst to know God....

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Unless You Turn and Become Like Children

Pastor Ian shares with us about the work that's going on in our children's ministry and the ways we can participate together....

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Raising Kids Who Stay

The Bible calls us to “commend [God’s] works from one generation to another [and] declare your mighty acts” (Ps 145:4). But how are we to do so when our young people drop out of church? How do we get them to stay? ...

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Do you remember the three Bs that we have been thinking about over the last three issues of Children’s Corner? ...

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The Little Things that Count

Those of us who have children know that one of the main concerns is teaching them how to ‘behave’. Mok Chuan Hao reminds us that there is more than this to Christian parenting, and encourages us to lean on God for daily grace to parent our children His way....

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The Three Bs - 3rd B: Behave

This is the third of our series of articles for the Children's Corner of Grace News on the theme of 'Believe, Belong, Behave'. In this third instalment, Rachel Wong challenges our children (and us) to reflect on what motivates us to behave....

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Caring for Our Youngest Family Members

Ever wondered what goes on in the nursery? Cheong Ai Tho shares more about this ministry with us in words and photos, and talks about the joys and challenges of serving in the nursery, and how the church may pray for the ministry. ...

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Discipling the Hearts of the Next Generation

God wants our hearts. Pastor Eugene recapitulates last Sunday's message and explains the importance of shepherding the hearts of our children....

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Vacation Bible School 2018

Calling all kids between 3-12 years old to join us at this year's Vacation Bible School. ...

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The Three B’s - 2nd B: Belong

Rachel Wong explains to our children the difference between belonging and fitting in, and encourages our children (and us) that we belong simply because we are children of God. ...

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The Three B’s - 1st B: Believe

We have heard from Pastor Ian how discipleship is like a three-legged stool, with the three legs being Believe, Belong and Behave. Here, Rachel Wong explains to our children what belief is, and how it is possible to believe in a God we have not seen. ...

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Q&A about ‘Singing God’s Love in God’s Word’

Have you bought a copy of the music album 'Singing God’s Love in God’s Word' produced by the Children's Ministry? If not, what are you waiting for? The Children's Ministry answers some questions you have about this music album and shares how you can encourage and support this sacrificial love offering from the children. ...

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Singing God's Love in God's Word (trailer)

Two months ago, the Children Ministry introduced the "Singing God’s Love in God’s Word” CD project which they have been preparing since May last year. We are excited to announce that the CDs (and USBs) are now available! Watch the trailer to find out more!...

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Walking the Talk

This is the last Children’s Corner about being not ashamed of the gospel. The first one was about how the Holy Spirit gives us courage and strength to take a stand for God. In the second we looked at our speech: being bold to tell others about the gospel. And finally, in this last one we will see how important it is to do what we say. Now we’re ready for action! ...

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Introducing “Singing God’s Love in God’s Word”

Last Sunday, the Children Ministry introduced a CD project that they have been working on since last year: “Singing God’s Love in God’s Word”. We are so encouraged by how God is working among and in our children and we pray that they will continue to enjoy singing and meditating on God's Word....

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Not Ashamed: Talking about Jesus

In the first of our three-part series on the theme of Not Ashamed for the Children's Corner of Grace News, we shared the story of Perpetua. In this second instalment, Rachel Wong shares with our children the example of Timothy and encourages our young ones (and us) to tell others about Jesus....

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Not Ashamed -- The Story of Perpetua

This is the first of our three-part series on the theme of Not Ashamed for the Children's Corner of Grace News. In this first instalment, Rachel Wong shares with us the example of Perpetua and encourages us to rely on the Holy Spirit who gives us faith and courage in our hearts to stand firm and be joyful. ...

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I PROMISE (maybe, sometimes, perhaps)

Our God is a faithful God who always keeps His promises. Rachel Wong exhorts our children (and adults too!) to ask God to help us be promise-keepers, so that we can be like God and show other people we belong to Him....

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What does Christmas mean to our children?

What does Christmas mean to you? We ask some of our children what Christmas means to them and here's what they say....

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Spaghetti Church

Do you like eating raw spaghetti? No? How about cooked? Cooked spaghetti tastes much nicer, don’t you think? But - at least raw spaghetti is neat and tidy, all lined up nicely and easily separated. Cooked spaghetti is a different story. A plate of cooked spaghetti is all mixed up and you can't see where each strand starts and finishes....

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Baby Dedication - 15 May 2016

Following in the footsteps of Hannah and Mary, eleven couples dedicated their children to our Lord for His purposes and His plans, showing their desire and dependence on God to fulfill their parental responsibilities and to bring up their children in the nurture and knowledge of God....

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Children Ministry Outing - 19 Mar 2016

Children, parents and teachers enjoyed their visit to the Central Fire Station and took part in an Amazing Race. Read what some of our children have to say about this fun outing....

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Roots, Shoots and Fruits

In our Children's Corner for Grace News, Rachel Wong teaches our children the importance of having strong and healthy roots for their faith plant. ...

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