Sermons & Articles

Sometimes we can get ourselves stuck in a rut. It feels as if we are trapped and going around in circles. How do we get ourselves unstuck? We are privileged to have Ps Nick Resce share on how we can approach the coming new year with a renewed mind to keep us "Moving Forward". 

It's easy to clap and by joyful when things are going well, when everything is fine. But would we be half as eloquent in praising God when things go south? Join Rev. Peter Lui as he encourages us today that we can and will be Praising Through The Storms.

We believe that we have an enemy that is bent on bringing storms into our lives to turn us away from God, to distract, deceive, and destroy us. In this lifelong journey, we are constantly engaged in battle against this enemy. Our life is a lifelong journey, and a lifelong battle. How then should we navigate life knowing the devil and his schemes? Join Ps Derek Foo as he shares on how we can be prepared as we commit to Persevering Through The Storms.

Storms are dark times that can bring many challenges and difficulties that can lead us to disappointments, delays, even a sense of hopelessness and being overwhelmed. In such times, it is important to keep our focus fixed on the great and mighty God who is more than able to deliver us. How can we do this? Join Ps Derek Foo as he unpacks how we should be Praying Through The Storm.

All of us will experience trials and difficulties in life. These are the storms in our lives that happen every now and then. How are we as Christians to navigate the storms of life? Join Rev. Glen Lim as he kicks off a new series on "Navigating the Storms of Life" by highlighting to us the "Causes and Purposes For The Storm".

In the final instalment in our series on the book of Jonah, we come across the unusual behaviour of God's chosen. He reacts like a spoilt child who must have things go their way, and gets angry when it doesn't. Join Rev. Derek Sim as he takes us to understand how we should respond "When God Loves Your Enemies".

This week, we dive into chapter 3 of the book of Jonah. Despite his initial rebellion, and in spite of their cruel ways, both Jonah and the people of Nineveh experienced God's matchless grace. Join Ps Derek Foo as he reveals to us how we too should respond to God's matchless grace as God Himself presents to all of us "Second Chances".

We all go through different seasons in our lives. At times we experience the highs - the joys and blessings of life; and at times we experience the lows - the struggles, the failures, the disappointments. And in the low times, we may feel like there's no way out. Come hear Rev Catherine Chan as she shares about Jonah's experience in the depths of his experience as he finally recognizes that "Salvation is From the Lord".

Every person is made with divine purpose, and God has a unique and specific call for everyone. Often, God instructs us to do things that are outside of our comfort zone, are seemingly difficult, and are even perplexing. Join our senior pastor, Rev. Glen Lim, as he challenges us through the events of Jonah 1 to say "I Am Willing, Lord" in obedience to His calling and instruction in our lives.

Whilst a favorite as a children's story, biblical scholars were divided on whether the book of Jonah should be included in the Bible. Despite its incredulity and atypical narrative among other things, the book still provides valuable lessons for all believers. Join Rev Peter Lui as he opens our new series for the month of October with "The Book of Jonah: An Overview".

In 1882, Fredrich Nietzsche wrote the words "God is dead". Since the era of rationalism and scientific discovery, the faith of the Christian has been challenged by philosophers and scientists right down to the common man who see no evidence for the existence of God. But God is alive and has revealed His character to us as believers. Join Rev. Catherine Chan as she takes us through the revealed characteristics of God and challenges us to remember, "God's Not Dead!"

We often associate worship with the start of the service and with songs, but worship involves more than just singing and engaging our emotions. Worship is a response, and the only appropriate response in worshipping our God is surrender. Join Ps Derek Foo as he challenges us to surrender Our Hearts and Hands in Worship.