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Throughout the week and at our weekend services, different church members are at work to serve the church and build up the church with their gifts. As the church regathers, and more ministry resume in-person meetings, there has also been more opportunities and ministry needs. ...

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Welcome One Another

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We interview four members from the Welcome Ministry on how serving in this ministry has been an encouragement to them....

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Sharing Meals (and Grace) Together

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Pastor Eugene shares how having a simple meal with others is a powerful way of showing the love and grace of Christ....

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Growing. Pains.

Pastor Ian suggests five ways we can embrace the growth and its associated pain that God is blessing GBC with....

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The Church That Welcomes

There have been many stories about how people find us a warm and friendly church. As we continue to follow Jesus as a church, may more of us grow in love and hospitality for all our visitors....

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Prepare for Worship (24 Feb 2019)

Is your faith in God dependent in any way on the faithfulness or failures of men who serve Him?...

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Commissioning of Deacons

Last Sunday, we commissioned and prayed for five new deacons. We thank God for their willingness to serve and pray that all of us will encourage these new deacons in their ministries. ...

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Families Serving on Sunday Mornings

Lim Eng Khin shares about GBC's new initiative to involve families in greeting and welcoming worshippers before service on Sundays. ...

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When Someone Comes to See

Pastor Ian encourages us to invite our friends to church and to warmly welcome newcomers, so that we will be the kind of church where seekers feel safe to explore faith. Read on to discover the surprising number one reason why many people do not return to a church they have visited. ...

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Welcome Others, as Christ Has Welcomed Us

As we move back to Mattar Road, Pastor Eugene reminds us that the new building should be first and foremost a place to make Jesus known. One way we can make Jesus known is to be friendly and welcoming to each other, and to reach out to visitors in our midst in the same way Christ reached out to bring us near when we too were strangers....

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