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Jesus; His Divinity, His Humanity

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Sam Tan explains how the study of Luke with the young adults made it absolutely clear to him that we must be radically dependent on God. ...

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5 Things That the Resurrection Changes

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Pastor Oliver highlights five changes that Jesus' resurrection make to a believer's life....

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Sermon Schedule for April 2021

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In April, we will be concluding our sermon series on Radical Dependence....

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Sermon Schedule for March 2021

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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....

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Sermon Schedule for February 2021

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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....

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Sermon Schedule for January 2021

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After our series of Advent sermons from Isaiah, we will be returning to Luke’s Gospel starting this Sunday. ...

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Sermon Schedule for November 2020

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Can being religious bring us nearer to God? Why is God’s grace so scandalous to the self-righteous? Join us for our sermons in November, as we hear from Luke 14 and 15 about how Jesus has come to seek and save the lost....

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Sermon Schedule for October 2020

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God’s kingdom has come in Jesus Christ! In October, we will hear from Luke 12 and 13 about how we ought to respond to King Jesus and enter His kingdom....

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Sermon Schedule for September 2020

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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....

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Sermon Schedule for August 2020

Here's the sermon schedule for August....

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Why Lament?

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What do we do when life hurts? Pastor Oliver encourages us to turn to God in lamentation and let His Word comfort and strengthen us....

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Sermon Schedule for July 2020

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....

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Sermon Schedule for June 2020

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....

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Sermon Schedule for May 2020

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....

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Sermon Schedule for March 2020

For the month of March, the pastors will walk us through Luke 6....

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Sermon Schedule for February 2020

Here's the sermon schedule for February....

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Radical Dependence

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What does being radically dependent on God mean? Pastor Eugene looks at Luke's emphasis on Jesus' prayer life to reveal what radical dependence looks like. ...

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Sermon Schedule for January 2020

For the month of January, we will look at Chapter 3 and 4 of the Gospel of Luke....

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Quarterly Congregational Meeting (QCM) 6 Oct 2019

Last Sunday (6 Oct), we gathered for the last QCM of the year. During the meeting, the elders updated us on membership and ministry matters, as well as GBC's theme and focus for the coming year....

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