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You Know Better than I

Posted by Paul Sebastian on

Joseph, was an extraordinary young man. He had a lot of things going for him. Gifted, A good education, loving parents who favoured him. Much to the chagrin of his older brothers, they were jealous of him, that they did what they did to him. He would’ve been no older than 20 years old when he...

When the Odds are Not in Our Favour

Posted by Pastor Adrian Chong on

Jacob’s journey takes him to the East where he finds Laban, his mother’s brother. He then begins working for Laban. After Laban asks Jacob what his wages should be, we read that “Jacob was in love with Rachel and said, ‘I’ll work for you seven years in return for your younger daughter Rachel.’”...

An Innocent led to Death on the Cross

Posted by Gabriel Ngui on

After being arrested, Jesus was held and brought before several parties for questioning. First, to the religious assembly, then to Pilate the Roman governor, then to Herod and the religious authorities in Galilee, before going back to Pilate for the final verdict. In these trials, Jesus was...

Nourished by the Bread of Life

Posted by Pr Alex Tan on

“I AM the bread of life.” This is the first of seven ‘I AM sayings’ of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. It was said to the crowds who sought after Jesus after experiencing His miracle of feeding the five thousand (John 6:1-13). These ‘I Am sayings’ were specific revelations of who...

We are God's Treasure of Immense Value

Posted by Pr Tan Moy How on

Most of us are familiar with the Parable of the Good Samaritan. The ending of the parable always invokes in our hearts—“Would we do what the Good Samaritan did?” The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Builder does the same—“Would I choose to be a wise builder or remain a foolish one?”


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It was always mind boggling before we finally arrived at the decision of serving in a formal ministry at church. I recall those days when my spouse and I were sorting through all the possible options at DUMC and putting them into a continuum of low to high time commitment e.g. Foodbank and First...


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It all started with the unanswered phone calls. I was a new believer then. Somehow, I knew in my heart of hearts that to grow as a follower of Christ, it would be crucial for me to belong to a cell group (“CG”). I was really spiritually hungry then, and attending church on Sundays...


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One night a few months ago, as I was moving about my house, all of a sudden I felt very tired and my body felt very weak. I felt so faint that I had to lie down. I even vomited a few times. I went to see a doctor, who directed me to go to a hospital. It was a long wait until I finally got my...