Pastor Oliver exhorts us to take our eyes off ourselves amid our afflictions and struggles and look joyfully to God. ...Keep Reading
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In our series on "Hope", we've recently completed reading 1 Peter and have just started reading Habakkuk. Though these books are in different Testaments and separated by hundreds of years, both these books show us what biblical hope looks like for the people of God. ...
As a church, we've recently concluded the first part of our sermon series on Hope from 1 Peter an we've hear a timely encouragement from our shepherds to persevere. And as we are celebrating 504th anniversary of the Reformation Day this weekend, let us reflect on one doctrine that was developed from the Reformation: perseverance of the saints. ...
Pop culture presents in many shapes and forms. It includes recently released movies or shows, pop songs, up and coming actors, actresses or artistes, memes found on the various social media platforms and even choice of social media itself etc. Try as we might to avoid engaging in pop culture, it is inevitable that we come across or have to interact with it, in one form or another. How should we as Christians then engage with pop culture?...
Joshua Lowe, Ministry Support Worker for Youth, exhorts us to look deep into our hearts and reflect on our rebellion and relationship with God....Keep Reading
Joshua Lowe, our Youth Ministry Worker, exhorts us to confess our sins to one another and how by doing so, we might be an encouragement to our youths. ...Keep Reading
Do you feel discouraged in your struggles against sin? Pastor Oliver encourages us to not lose heart but trust in the work of our faithful God....Keep Reading
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. ...Keep Reading