Anxiety is what was described as the emotion of the generation, seeing how it seems to affect a large number of people. This week, we learnt from Mr Ardi the three attitudes we are to undertake when dealing with anxiety as we turn to Philippians 4:6.Read More
Being part of God’s kingdom means to live with kingdom priorities. This Sunday, we studied 1 Kings 2:12-46 to look at the lives of three men who did NOT have kingdom priorities in mind.Read More
What is the foundation for your life?
...the foundation that Jesus offers is firm, unchanging and everlasting. This foundation is built when we hear the words of Jesus and diligently practice them in our everyday lives.Read More
God’s power is something that isn’t to be underestimated. It’s awe-inspiring, almighty and beyond comprehension. Yet He chooses the church to display His power. See how here.Read More
For most societies today, diversity and multiculturalism is celebrated, and this is (generally) also reflected in the Church. However it wasn’t always like this. It was in Acts 10 that God revealed to Peter that the gospel was also for the Gentiles.Read More
Before the Church began, Jesus proclaimed that the gospel was to go to every culture and nation (Acts 1:8). The problem, however, is us. We are sinful, more deserving of punishment than His love. We fail often and over the same things.
What do the Early church and growth have in common? Suffering sparked one in the other. Learn here how the persecution of the Early church led to the growth of the believers.Read More
Amongst those that declare to belong to the Christian faith, only 1 in 7 actually attend church regularly. What does this mean for the Christian living in a non-Christian world?Read More
There is an old gospel song with the following lyrics, “I want to be more like Jesus”. I love to sing it, like many other Christians. But, what does it really mean to be more like Jesus? Jesus once said that He didn’t come to be served but to give and to serve.Read More
Speaking from Luke 19:1-10, our guest speaker shared a wonderful truth about love and acceptance from the story of a short tax-collector and Jesus.Read More
Growth. It’s a good thing, right? This Sunday we looked into a case study of problems that may come when the church grows, based on Acts and the Early Church.Read More