Abiding in Jesus: the 'who', 'how' and 'so what'. Listen to the sermon by Pastor Roger Chia on John 15:1-17 about what it means to abide in Jesus.
Synopsis of John 14:15-31 by Pastor Jeffrey Quek.
What comfort did Jesus left behind to his disciples when returning to his Heavenly Father? Let’s find out from John 14:15-31.
Come listen to love and treachery as Pastor Chris Chia preaches on “Loving the Unloving” from John 13:21-38.
Come listen to Pastor Christopher Chia preaches from John 14:1-14 on "I Am the Way the Truth and the Life"
Come listen to Pastor Christopher Chia preaching on "Comings and Goings" from John 14:15-31
Jesus exhorted his disciples, "Do not let your hearts be troubled!" Are our hearts troubled? Jesus exhorted his disciples to believe in Him & turn to the Lord in prayer to calm their troubled hearts.
Are your hearts troubled? The Lord is calling us to believe in Him and to know that help is only a prayer away.
Pastor Joe Heng peaches from John 14:1-14
We view life thinking that what we see is what we get. Often we don’t realize even what we perceive is coloured by our own prejudices and biases. So, how can we rightly perceive what is true?
Let’s come and listen to Pastor Jeffrey Quek preaching from John 12:12-50 what are some ways we can perceive rightly.
Listen to find out what Jesus unveils about the coming of His Hour. Pastor Jason Kwek preaches John 12:12-50
What part do I have to play in God’s Mission to the nations? The focus of Mark’s work in Singapore has been to help people answer this question. This work is called mobilization. He also worked as a missionary in Japan. Listen to Mark’s story.
If the phrase "what goes up must come down" displays a truth for us, then it could be said that "what comes from above must go back up" is a truth for the gospel of John. In this gospel, we meet Jesus Christ who has come from the Father to reveal God's glory and who must return to the Father and glorify God. Most of all, Jesus reveals God's glory and glorifies God through his death and resurrection. Can we see this is who Jesus is? Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from John 12.1-11.
Pastor Christopher Chia preaches "From Jerusalem to the Gentiles" from Acts 15:1 - 11.
Gospel growth may bring along growth pains. Learn from Acts 15 and Singapore church history (1881-1900) how we can work out what is essential to the gospel and not hinder God’s mission due to our qualms. Pastor Tan Sern Khoon preaches from Acts 15:1-35.
Come and listen to Pastor Christopher Chia preaches "Whose Bright Ideal Is this" from Acts 15.
God was moving the gospel of Christ geographically and ethnologically according to Acts 1:8. As the gospel reaches the Gentiles in Acts 10, what does it take for them to be saved and be accepted equally as God's people? Pastor Roger preaches on Acts 10
Pastor Christopher Chia preaches on "God on the Move - From Jerusalem to the World" from Luke 24:36 -48, Acts 1:1-11 and Acts 2.
Pastor Christopher Chia preaches on Acts 1:1-11 "God On The Move"
How do we measure our blessings? Ephesians 1:3-14 reminds us that in Christ Jesus, God has blessed us in every way! We have been chosen, redeemed, revealed with the knowledge of where this whole world is heading towards and we have been given assurance that we belong to God. In Christ, we have been blessed in every way! That is how we should see ourselves and one another who are in Christ. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches "Blessed in Every Way" from Ephesians 1:3-14.
What does justice mean? How do we practice justice? Hear practical advice and inspiring stories from Sin Ee. She is a missionary sent by ARPC to bring justice and the gospel to women on the margins in Taipei, Taiwan.
Christmas is celebrated worldwide with joyful Christmas carols playing in malls and restaurants. People gather to give gifts and enjoy a good time of laughter and joy. All these bring joy, but temporal joy. As believers, our joy is anchored in permanence and eternity—in the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ, the God of Eternal Life. Jesus entered our human history as the greatest gift from God. Apostle John in 1 John 1:1-4 presents to us God’s tangible & visible gift of His Son. Jesus made visible God the Father who is invisible. Pastor Joe Heng preaches "Christmas Joy" from 1 John 1:1-4