Adam Road Presbyterian Church Podcast

A Time To Celebrate!

Oftentimes, we may yearn fondly to our traditional festivals, and yet we may suffer from them. So how should Christians celebrate our festivals? Ps Luck Yong presents an overview of what the Bible says about the festivals instituted by God, and from which we draw lessons on how to apply these lessons to the celebration of our traditional festivals such as the Chinese New Year. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Genesis 1:14-19 & Colossians 2:13-17

Core Christianity

Grace is our spiritual core muscles as Christian. Without it, we cannot be believers. And with it, we can walk in the good works God prepared for us to do. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Ephesians 2:1-10.

Unwanted Christmas Presents

When we think of Christmas, we tend to think of the presents we promised ourselves. Yet the Bible paints the picture of Jesus being the present from God that we never wanted. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Matthew 2.

Who Is Your Boss?

Who you know and whom you work for determine our lives. How will our life look like when we are truly following Jesus as our boss? Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from 1 Cor 4.

Light from Asia 02: Is a Christian a leader or a servant? A conversation with Pastor Luck Yong and missionary Mark  

Pastor Luck Yong and missionary Mark discuss Christian leadership at the ARPC missions roundtable. What is a Christian leader?  Someone who tries to influence people towards God’s purposes. Servanthood is not pleasing people but leading people to do what God wants them to do.  

A leader puts together the jigsaw puzzle of the body of Christ to build them up. One of the privileges of leadership is being stretched. Christian leaders submit to God. Example: David submitted to King Saul and trusted God. The challenge of giving feedback to leaders. You grow as a leader by growing in your present circumstances. Example: Moses said God would make a way.

References: 1 Corinthians 12; Hebrews 13:17; 1 John 2:9; Ephesians 5:21-6:17; 1 Samuel 24; Exodus 14; Romans 12:1  

The Rest That Comes from Knowing God

In our busy lives of rushing from point to point, following our busy schedule, Psalm 23 invites us to rest by knowing that God’s goodness and mercy follow us all the days of our life. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.

Spiritual Debugging

Listen to this sermon to learn from the Bible, how God is relentless in removing the idols of our lives, and how he is relentless in showing his grace to us. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from 2 Kings 9-12.

The Holy Temple

We all seek to bear fruit in our efforts, and we fear that we have nothing to show for our efforts. But what exactly are the kind of fruit that God is looking for in our lives? Let us find the answers from this passage from the Gospel of Mark. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Mark 11:1-25.

The Integrity of Our Worship

Inherently, we crave to be whole. And when our lives fall apart in a crisis, who do we retain the integrity of our lives? The Book of Job shows how a man who has undergone a great crisis, and yet treasured his integrity before God more than anything else, showing that our worship is the key to hold our lives together. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Job 2.

Perseverance and Assurance

Have you been in situations where you almost reached your goal, but you missed it just by a little? What if this was about your salvation? And how can we persevere in our faith, till the very end, and not miss out on our salvation? Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.

The Diary of a Wimpy Pastor

A look at John 15 to see how it helps us to overcome our fears of evangelism. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.

Epic Wars

Daniel was given a prophecy by an angel that God had ordained His people to undergo great suffering. Yet in this bad news, there was a message of great encouragement. So how can we draw encouragement from God during persecution and suffering? And how can this message be relevant in our times? Pastor Luck Yong preaches from Daniel 10-12:4

Yearning for Christmas in the Old Testament

Pastor Luck Yong walks us through Psalm 16, to show us the deepest yearnings of our hearts - to know the undying love of God for us - and how they are fulfilled in Jesus in Christmas.

The Old Has Gone, The New Has Come

The Old Has Gone, The New Has Come
How we perceive life and the world affects our life goals and decisions. Through this passage, the apostle Paul explains what it means for Christians to see life differently once they understand the gospel. Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from 2 Cor 5:11-21.

What’s in a Name?

In the dark times of Israel, there was no king, and everyone did as they saw fit. Yet there rose a man who was kind and sacrificial in his love to others. What lessons can we draw from this story, and how does it apply to our modern times? Pastor Luck Yong preaches from Ruth 3.

Stand Firm to Advance

When we mention spiritual warfare, either we fall into the extreme at ridiculing the idea, or in the other extreme of being obsessed by it. What does the bible say about this, and how should we fight and be involved in it? Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches from Ephesians 6:10-20.

The Right Present at the Right Time

As we look back at the year that has passed, do we feel like our lives are out of our control? And are there disappointments that we can not accept? What does Christmas have to do with my failures, hurts and pains? Let's look at God's word to answer these questions. Pastor Luck Yong preaches from Galatians 4:1-9.

Heavenly Pleasures

The common view to pleasures are either to search for the greatest happiness through pleasures as the ultimate good in life, or to renounce all pleasures after being disappointed by them. What does the Bible say about pleasures, and our human nature? What can we learn about pleasures from the Book of Proverbs? Pastor Lim Luck Yong preaches.

Hungry Go Where?

What is our real motivation for following Jesus? Will we still be able to continue to follow him even when we go through the tough circumstances of life? Pastor Luck Yong preaches from John 6.

God’s Word Took God’s Wrath

In a world filled with Bibles, Christian resources and sermons posted online, could we be like ancient Israel, who pretended to worship God, but rejected his Word in our lives? What is one of the best tests for us to check if our worship of God is genuine of fake? And what must God do to eradicate false worship from our hearts once and for all? Pastor Luck Yong preaches from Amos 8.