Do you have your own worst imagined fear? The Psalmist has one too. And he's got a solution for it. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches from Psalm 46.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches on “Be Still” from Psalm 46.
The Psalmist pens a wedding song to the king that speaks of the glory and majesty of the Royal Bridegroom. When read throughout Israel’s history, Psalm 45 would gradually point from the historical Israelite king (monarchy period) to the Messiah who would come (exilic and post-exilic period). For the Church today, the psalm points us to the glory and beauty of Christ, the royal bridegroom, of whom the Church is his bride.
Come listen to Pastor Edmund Fong preaching from Psalm 45.
Have you ever cried out to God and not receive any answer to your plea for help? The psalmist in Psalm 44 is with you. His misery accompanies you. Pastor Adrin Muñoz preaches.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches from Psalm 44, sermon titled " Awake O God!"
How do we live long in the Christian life? Come listen to Rev. Stuart Coulton preaching from Ephesians 6:10-24.
What can we learn from a depressed person? The Psalmist shares from his personal experience in Psalms 42 and 43, as his soul went through Dryness and Drowning, to teach us to cry out to God our soul's Deliverer. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Psalms 42 and 43.
Listen to pastor Chris Chia speak on “Straight Talk about Money” from our Marketplace Ministry's series talks "Straight Talk in a Crooked World".
The Psalmist struggles with feeling downcast, and because the Psalms is the Word of God to us, downcast-ness is a legitimate feeling to have before God! More than that, we are reminded what to do in times when we are downcast — keep hoping in God and his steadfast love. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Psalm 43:1-5.
We strive so hard to be part of something better - from schools, to work and life. Pastor Chris Chia gives a summary of Ephesians of God's invite to his kingdom.
Pastor Chris Chia preaches on "Spiritual Warfare" that affects us more than we ever realise (Ephesians 6:10-24).
It is indeed good news that God the Father sent Jesus to die for our sins. Who will receive this news? Who will be brought to new life by this calling? No doubt it is for our friends and colleagues. It is for the unreached across the oceans. What is more, it is for our parents and the elderly among us. Jackson says, "I've seen elderly who came to know the Lord in their 80s...in the years they've shown themselves to love God deeply, to love God's word deeply." Today we will hear from one Singaporean who discovered that God would use him to point others to Jesus.
This is the second instalment featuring the ARPC Mandarin Ministry. Last time in episode 8 we heard from Juliana. Today Jackson shares his perspective.
How’s Your Walk? Even as Paul has shown us our well-being in Christ in Eph 1 to 4:16, from 4:17 onwards he shows us how this well-being is to be translated in our daily walk in Christ. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Ephesians 4:17–5:21.
How's your walk? Listen to pastor Chris Chia preaching from Ephesians 5:1-21.
What kind of prayer and power do we really need? Listen to pastor Chris Chia preaching from Ephesians 3:14-4:16.
How can the church of Jesus Christ walk in a manner worthy of God’s calling? Paul’s prayer and plea in Ephesians 3:14-4:16 helps us understand how we need God’s prayer to walk in unity and maturity to God’s glory. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Ephesians 3:14-4:16.
Listen to pastor Chris Chia speak on “Straight Talk about Promises” from our Marketplace Ministry.
Paul shows in Eph 3:1-13 that God has revealed his mystery that through and in the church, God’s manifold wisdom will be revealed to the spiritual authorities in the cosmos. This sets us thinking about whether as a church, we have lived up to the reality of who we are in Christ. Come listen to Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Ephesians 3:1-13.