After our series of Advent sermons from Isaiah, we will be returning to Luke’s Gospel starting this Sunday. ...Keep Reading
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Yanadi encourages us to trust and rely on God's word alone as authoritative and sufficient for equipping us toward Christlikeness....
Gideon Ooi, a brother from our Chinese Congregation, has joined GBC as Church Administrator effective 26 Oct 2020. He shares with us how he came to faith and GBC, and how we can pray for him....
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. ...
Pastor Ian shares how we can still join the church family for Sunday worship even if we cannot be physically there, as well as the latest measures GBC will be taking for Sunday's worship service....Keep Reading
This week, as we greet the dawn of 2019 we also launch our new series, entitled "Grace Together."...Keep Reading
How can we know if we are in Christ? What beliefs and attitudes give proof to our claim to be a Christian? Pastor Oliver shares with us where we can find answers to these questions. ...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
As we continue through our sermon series in Hosea, there have been various questions asked on how to make sense and apply the message of an Old Testament prophet (like Hosea) to our current context....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
We are indeed thankful to our pastors and speakers for their pulpit ministry. Let's be in prayer for the preachers as they prepare to bring God's Word to us with the power of the Holy Spirit at our Sunday worship services....Keep Reading
How do you listen to a sermon? Some of us keep our Bibles open, and listen attentively. Others take copious notes. But beyond the habits and form of listening, what is our attitude and heart posture? Let us consider what the great English preacher and evangelist George Whitefield has to say about this. ...Keep Reading
Psalm 136 provides us 26 reminders of the steadfast love of the Lord enduring forever. This steadfast love is something that disciples are always thankful for! Are you thankful to God today? ...Keep Reading
Matt 28:18-20 gives us God's purpose for all who follow Him. ...Keep Reading
The words of Philippians 3:1-11 remind us daily that what we have, we count all as loss compared to the surpassing worth of knowing Christ! ...Keep Reading
On this Mothers' Day, we were all encouraged from Revelation 21:1-8, reminded of the hope that is available for all who believe and what awaits us. ...Keep Reading
As part of our series in Philippians, we are introduced to Epaphroditus. Epaphroditus was not an apostle, yet in his own way, he continued to serve Paul and the Philippian church faithfully. ...Keep Reading
What does a gospel partnership look like? Philippians 2:19-24 helps us to answer this question, and challenges us to live it out where we are today. ...Keep Reading
We continue our series in Philippians in Philippians 2:12-18, examining what it means to live a life that pursues Christ. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon from Phil 2:5-11, we see the beautiful humility of Jesus Christ and wholehearted obedience to the will of the Father. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold preached from Psalm 86:11-13 during our combined service. ...Keep Reading
We continue our series in Philippians, looking at the unity that we have in Christ in Philippians 2:1-4. ...Keep Reading
From Phil 1:27-30, we are reminded that the gospel saves us and also transforms us. It changes the way we live, and what we hold on resolutely to, for we now have a new identity as citizens of Christ's kingdom. This secure identity allows us to have joy, independent of the circumstances here on earth. ...Keep Reading
Philippians 1:12-26 reminds us that the chief end of our ministry and our life should be to make Christ known and honored. This was Paul's life, and this gave him joy. ...Keep Reading
Last Sunday marked the start of our new series in Philippians. Pastor Bobby brought us through Philippians 1:1-8, and helped us to see what it means to live lives as joyful followers of Christ ...Keep Reading
In this sermon by guest speaker Rev Ian Buntain from Col 4:7-18, we were reminded to live lives as faithful followers of Christ, engaged in the work of building disciples. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon from Galatians 5:25-6:5, Pastor Oliver reminds us of what it means to live in community. God has given us other Christians around us in our growth and journey too! ...Keep Reading
In this post, we asked Pastor Arnold to share with us a bit more about the new sermon series on Spiritual Disciplines, and how it is aligned with the church's vision to make disciples. ...Keep Reading
How should Christians tithe and give of their money and resources? This sermon speaks about the practice of giving and our heart attitudes that should accompany it. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon from Acts 4, we are reminded of the bold proclamation of the gospel undertaken by the apostles and early church. They stood firm on the gospel truths though it led them to much opposition. How can we learn from them? ...Keep Reading
This week, Pastor Oliver preached from 1 Thess 3:9-13. From Paul's prayer, we can learn how to pray for other Christians and help them grow in the fatih. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon, Pastor Arnold speaks about the centrality of God's word in the lives of Christians! No disciple and follower of Christ can grow apart from His word, which is good and true. ...Keep Reading
In the first week of this new year, we are reminded to live a life worthy of the calling we have received as disciples. ...Keep Reading
As we look forward to ending this year and beginning a new one soon, we are reminded of the importance of Jesus' words in John 14:25-15:11 and its relevance for our lives today, tomorrow and in the years to come. ...Keep Reading
As we prepare our hearts for Christmas, Pastor Arnold reminds us of the truly rich gift that we have received in Christ. ...Keep Reading
In the this ongoing series on the attributes and character of God, we touched on the sovereignty of God. From verses like Psalm 103:19, we are reminded that this truth is a great encouragement and our confidence in life. ...Keep Reading
Taken from Acts 17:16-34, we are reminded in this sermon about how our workplaces too, are places that we can boldly proclaim the gospel. How can we live it out this week? ...Keep Reading
In this sermon on 1 Samuel 7:2-17, Pastor Oliver reminded us of God's mercy to Israel, and how this same mercy and love was displayed on the cross years later, and is very much extended to us today! ...Keep Reading
Pastor Oliver continues his series in 1 Samuel, and in this sermon on 1 Samuel 5:1-7:1, we saw a God who does not tolerate idolatry of any kind. ...Keep Reading
In today's sermon, Pastor Arnold spoke on the wrath of God. The loving God who is holy, is also just, and there are consequences for sinners. ...Keep Reading
The second in the new series by Pastor Arnold about who God is. This week takes us to consider what it means that we worship a holy God, and therefore, are called to be holy as He is holy. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon, Pastor Oliver gives us an overview of the book of Philippians and helps us to see how the gospel fuels our joy, and is lived out in community. ...Keep Reading
In this Reformation Sunday message taken from Luke 18:9-14, we went back to some precious truths that are so central to our faith. ...Keep Reading
Today Pastor Arnold started a new sermon series on why it is of utmost importance for Christians to know God. This may appear straightforward enough at first glance, but it is a topic that deserves further attention and study. Amidst our busy lives where every engagement seems important, there is a real danger of letting insignificant matters take center stage and crowd ou...Keep Reading
This week's sermon was taken from Psalm 3, where David teaches us that we can look to God in the midst of crisis and difficulties, because He is a God who protects, restores, has made himself accessible and ultimately wholly sufficient. ...Keep Reading
In this familiar story in 1 Samuel 17:1-58, we are reminded that Jesus Christ is the true David, who is our Shepherd and King. On this special Children's Day service, these timeless truths remind us of our identity as children of God. ...Keep Reading
As we looked at Matthew 5:10-12, we are reminded persecution is a reality for Jesus' followers who seek to live in obedience to Him. Yet, the verses also encourages and gives us hope to persevere. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Oliver took us through Mark 2:1-12 during this special Baby Dedication service. In this passage, we see how Jesus looks beyond the physical problems, but knows the real problem that we all face -- the problem of sin. And not only that he knows our problem, He came with the power to overcome and free us from our sins through His death on the cross....Keep Reading
Pastor Bobby continues his series in Acts, by looking at Acts 3:1-26 this past Sunday. ...Keep Reading
Our series in the Sermon on the Mount continues with Matthew 5:9. ...Keep Reading
Continuing his series in 1 Samuel, Pastor Oliver took us through 1 Samuel 4:1b-22, and reminded us of the majesty of the glory of God, and the sheer tragedy when this glory is removed and shielded because of our sins. ...Keep Reading
In Matthew 5;8, we are given the promise that the pure in heart can see God. We are reminded that God sees the heart, our deceitful and corrupted heart, and this purity in heart can only, and has been achieved in Jesus Christ. ...Keep Reading
In Matthew 5:7, we are reminded that because we are recipients of God's great mercy, we can and are to show mercy to those around us. ...Keep Reading
What are we hungering and thirsting after? Matthew 5:6 that was preached this past Sunday reminds us to set our sights and hearts on something that truly satisfies, and not to settle for things of this world that will fade away. ...Keep Reading
Celebrating GBC's 55th Anniversary, Rev (Dr) Poulson reminds us from Luke 9:1-23 what it means to be set apart for Christ, as a people....Keep Reading
At the end of the missions emphasis month, Pastor Bobby preached from Romans 10:1-15. Romans 10 reminds us that faith comes from hearing the preaching by those that have been sent to preach the good news of Jesus Christ. This is our mission. How are we living in mission today? ...Keep Reading
This Sunday, Elder Jonathan Yao preached from John 4:3-42 on doing the will of God. From Jesus' encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well, we see our Savior's resolve to do the will of God to bring back people from every tribe and nation. ...Keep Reading
Continuing his series on the life of the prophet Samuel, Pastor Oliver helps us to see the God who graciously discloses Himself to His people. ...Keep Reading
At the start of our missions emphasis month, we are reminded of the call to go out to the share the good news of what God has done in Christ, to a distressed and broken world. ...Keep Reading
Today's guest speaker Dr Richard Averbeck helped us to see how the theme of God's presence can be found throughout Scripture, and how it encourages us today, and affects the way we live our dail lives. ...Keep Reading
As we continue our study in the Beatitudes, we are reminded of the call to be gentle, and the promise that the meek will inherit the earth. ...Keep Reading
"Real happiness is not found in anything this world offers but it is about being right with God." The series on the Sermon on the Mount continues to point us to the radical nature of the teachings of Jesus. In Matt 5:4, we are reminded that though we mourn over sins and the brokenness of the world, we have the hope of what is to come, where there will be no more tears. ...Keep Reading
This marks the first of a new series on the Sermon on the Mount. In this introduction from the first three verses of Matthew 5, we are reminded that these words of God, spoken by the Word became flesh, is timeless and true, even for us today. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Bobby took us through Acts 2, when the early church received the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Bobby continued a series in Acts. From Acts 1:12-24, we read of how the apostles waited for the promised Holy Spirit, but continued to do the work of praying and obeying the Word together as they waited. ...Keep Reading
This Mothers' Day, from Exodus 2:1-10 we marvel at the providential hand of God working through the faith of a mother as she sought to protect and raise her child. ...Keep Reading
Through Heb 11, we are reminded that faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Our faith and hope is certain and sure, anchored in Jesus, and this allows us to run the race with endurance! ...Keep Reading
Through Mark 12, we are reminded of the two great commandments of the Christian -- to love God and love man. We do so because we follow Jesus, whose love for man led him to the cross, and ultimately did all these because of love for the Father. ...Keep Reading
This Easter message takes us to look at the words recorded by John the apostle in Rev 1:17-18. Because He is risen, the Christian has strength for today and hope for tomorrow. Death, the final enemy, has been overcome! ...Keep Reading
In this sermon from Luke 12:35-58, we are reminded that a day will come when the True Master returns, and we as servants will be accountable to him. Are we being faithful servants, watching and waiting and eager to do his work? ...Keep Reading
In the beginning chapters of 1 Samuel, we are reminded that God judges sin, yet we can also catch glimpses of grace as He continues to provide for his people. ...Keep Reading
Through the struggles of Hannah in 1 Sam, we see a God who cares for His people, and continues to bring deliverance in small ways. The faithfulness of this God in the small things, is ultimately made possible only because of his great deliverance through Jesus Christ. ...Keep Reading
Jesus' words to the church at Laodicea warns us about the perils of being neither hot nor cold, but lukewarm. It is a reminder for us all to listen to what Jesus has to say, reflect on our current spiritual state, and return to him in repentance and faith. ...Keep Reading
The book of Nehemiah concludes with some final reforms. Nehemiah and the people have been brought through a journey of faith, but they still needed to obey in repentance and faith. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon recap, we remind ourselves of what the doctrine of church is, and why it was taught to us in 2013....Keep Reading
Nehemiah 10 reminds us that God's people who have heard and prayed through his Word must also act and obey what they have heard. ...Keep Reading
Through Nehemiah 9, we see how God used His Word, to bring His people back to Him, and bring about repentance and revival. ...Keep Reading
Through Acts 1:1-11, we were reminded today of Jesus' commands to his disciples -- to go out into the world to proclaim the message of salvation in Jesus' name. ...Keep Reading
In Nehemiah 7 and 8, we are reminded that a revival involves the proclamation and explanation of God's Word. God's word when proclaimed, taught, and explained, can pierce the heart of men and women. ...Keep Reading
In Nehemiah 5, we were reminded of how the unity of a community can be broken from internal conflicts. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold continues the sermon series with Nehemiah 4. As we looked at the verses, we were reminded that obstacles and opposition are not unexpected as the Christian works for God in the world. ...Keep Reading
On 19 Jan 2014, Dr Michael Lindsay preached powerfully from Lk 10:25-37 in a sermon entitled 'When Neighbors Move Us' reminding us not to harden our hearts to the needs of our neighbors but to respond to God's call through them...Keep Reading
So how do you prepare to hear the Word of God? Are you a good listener? Do you hear it well? By surveying some of the writings of great Christian writers, we can take a look at the best practices for the building up of the church....Keep Reading
In the last of the series in Mark on Discipleship, Pastor Oliver explains the significance and implications of Christ's death, abandonment and rejection on the cross. ...Keep Reading
In this sermon, Pastor Oliver preached from Mark 10:32-45 on what it means to be a serving disciple...Keep Reading
In Nehemiah 3, we learn of how the entire community responded in obedience and began work on the wall. It was a beautiful picture of a unity that transcended backgrounds, generations and occupations. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold continued the series in Nehemiah, and reminded us of God's provisions for Nehemiah despite the trials and tests that he encountered. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold opens the new series in Nehemiah, preaching on Nehemiah's calling from God and Nehemiah's call out to God in prayer. ...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold Wong preaches from Eph 4:1-6 on the unity of the church, theologically and practically...Keep Reading
Pastor Arnold teaches on the often-neglected topic of church discipline in the Christian fight against sin: the problems, process and priorities of church discipline....Keep Reading
Pastor Bobby concludes the series on the church by helping us understand the role of the ordinances -- to point back to Jesus. ...Keep Reading
Listen to this Sunday's sermon by clicking here 1. Leadership Principles the heart and mind of a servant (Mt 20:25-28, Mk 10:45, John 13) focused on meeting the spiritual needs of others (Eph 4:11-13, Col 1:28) believers who are called by God to lead (Rom 1:1) believers who possess the spiritual gift of leadership (Rom 12:8) 1 Cor 12:28 describes the gift o...Keep Reading