Listen to Pastor Christopher Chia make Reformation history come alive in this exciting message on “A Beer with Luther”.
There is a vast difference between asking a question and questioning. When we have questions for God, which one is it? Listen to this message on how God responded to Job. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Job 38-40:5.
Jesus is the better high priest because he serves from the true tent, that is, heaven and because he establishes the unbreakable covenant, promised by God through the prophet Jeremiah. Brother Jonathan Tan preaches from Hebrews 8.
How is the Lord Jesus superior to other messengers of God? What does this then mean for God's children? Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Hebrews 1:1-4.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches from Hebrews 1:1-4 on why Jesus is better or superior than anyone or anything.
A look at John 15 to see how it helps us to overcome our fears of evangelism. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.
Pastor Chris unpacks Jesus' two bewildering parables of the Shrewd Manager & The Rich Man and Lazarus.
Many people will do the most outrageous things out of love. In Ruth 3, we see the main characters doing the outrageous things for the love of others. Listen to this sermon by Pastor Roger Chia and be encouraged about loving others.
The very heart of discipleship is love. We do not live but merely exist when we do not love. What does it mean to be loving or unloving? Pastor Christopher Chia preaches on love.
What's a good tongue? What's a bad tongue? Does your tongue give proof of your depravity or your salvation? Pastor Christopher Chia preaches from James 3:1-12 and proverbs on the tongue.
How can we know that Jesus is truly the Son of God? In chapter 5:1-30, the gospel writer shows us that the Lord is "like father, like son." There are implications for us, Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.
There is a powerful link between what we long for & what we do, the kinds of behaviour we dress up in. What does my life look like when my mind is set on 'things above'? How is a Christian community, a ‘household of God’ meant to act and react? Like land clothing that is useless or dangerous out at sea, Paul wants us to get those old clothes off & get our new clothes on...Steve Griffiths shares from Paul’s letter to the Colossian church.
The blessed man delights in God's word and lives it out in his life. Pastor Jeffrey Quek preaches from Psalm 1.
Everyone seemed to have their own understanding about the identity of Jesus. Our answer to the question of who Jesus is affects what we think our lives would be. Listen to the sermon on Mark 8:11-38 to find the answer and implications to Jesus’ question “Who do you I say I am?” Pastor Roger Chia preaches from Mark 8:11-38.
Why did the people of Nazareth reject Jesus? And why 2,000 years later, people continue to reject Him as the Son of God? Come and find out as we read Mark 6:1-6 and see how we may be encouraged from the Word of the Lord.
In Mark 4:35-5:43, Jesus demonstrates His power and control over the forces of nature, a legion of demons, disease and death. In each episode, He addresses man's fears, thereby presenting Himself as the refuge to all our fears. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.
We all struggle to be part of some inner circles in society in order to feel recognised. Does God have an inner circle, and if yes, how does it look like and how can we be part of it? Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Mark 3:7-35.
Have you been a Christian for awhile, but have not experienced the transformation that is written in the Bible? Are you new to Christianity and wondering what it is exactly all about? Or maybe you are a new believer and you are wondering what is the next step? All these questions will be answered in Mark 2:13-17.
Jesus plays the role of the "Undercover God" in Mark 1:21-2:12. He displays His divine authority, yet cautious in revealing His identity. Find out why from this sermon preached by Pastor Adrin Muñoz.
Both John the Baptist and the Lord Jesus preached repentance. John Sung strongly preached repentance. I see parallels between the fruit of repentance seen in the ministry of John Sung and the fruit of repentance called for by John the Baptist. For both, repentance is concrete, practical, specific, related to one’s daily vocation and daily life and relationships. I suspect most of us need to take repentance more seriously. Far more seriously for some of us!