March 27, 2022
As Jesus enters into Jerusalem, see how he overturns the expectations that the Jews and the religious leaders had of the Messiah then. In what way could he be overturning some of the expectations that we might have of him in our contemporary Christian culture?
Come listen and be blessed by Pastor Edmund Fong preaching from Mark 11:1-12:17.
January 30, 2022
Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Mark 2:18-3:35
December 5, 2021
Through the two feeding incidents, we see Jesus as the one compassionate Saviour for all! Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Mark 8:1-10.
October 17, 2021
How should we understand the Mosaic laws today? What is their relationship to The 10 Commandments? Are they still applicable for us today? Come and discover from this all-age family service sermon. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Exodus 21:1-23:19.
July 19, 2021
Despite finding themselves to be in society's outer circle — increasingly rejected and persecuted — the Apostle Peter writes to encourage his readers then and us today that we have been chosen to be in God's inner circle through Christ the living stone. Peter also shows us the privilege and responsibility that comes with being God's chosen people. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from 1 Peter 2:4 -12.
May 2, 2021
Pastor Edmund preached from Exodus 7-11 and reminded us of that the 10 Plagues reveal that God is serious about his Covenant with his People, and He fights for his people against their Enemies, finally, God’s hand of salvation is also His hand of judgement.
March 14, 2021
Jesus tells us what to expect as we wait for his return.
Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from Luke 21:5-38.
November 30, 2020
Joseph meets his brothers after a good 20 years and instead of exacting revenge forgives them. How is he able to do so? Come and listen to Pastor Edmund Fong preaching from Genesis 45:1-15.
June 22, 2020
Revelation 4-5 shows us this is the central thing we do in the heavenlies above. If that is so, what happens in the heavens above (worship) must certainly be so in the earthly reality and in our lives below. God is worthy of our worship, because of who he is and the fact that he is our creator and redeemer. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
February 3, 2020
Come and learn about whether Christians should take part in customs and festivals, and if so, which ones? Pastor Edmund Fong preaches.
October 8, 2019
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.
September 24, 2019
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.
August 30, 2019
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.
July 29, 2019
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.
June 8, 2019
We must learn the same lesson Jonah learns in chapter 2: Salvation comes from the Lord. And it is a salvation that comes when we were disobedient and under God’s judgement. Come listen to Pastor Edmund Fong preaching from Jonah 2
May 10, 2019
God reveals Jesus’ death in John’s Gospel to be a death that fulfils Scripture and all that Jesus is and does in John’s Gospel so far. Jesus’ death finally glorifies God by revealing who God is in his glory and splendour — the one who is simultaneously the humiliated and exalted one. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches from John 19:16b-42.
February 11, 2019
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.
January 3, 2019
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.
November 27, 2018
Micah speaks of Israel’s downfall and rise in chapter 7. The only reason why Israel can rise again after her downfall is because of who God is — he is the God of compassionate love and mercy. Similarly, we who have experienced downfall in our relationship with God can rise again because of who God is and what he has done for us in his Son. Pastor Edmund Fong preaches "Downfall and Rise" from Micah 7.
October 8, 2018
God reminds us in the book of Obadiah that he is still the God over the proud, be they individuals or nations.