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Sermon Reflection - BLESS: Giving of our Talents

Posted by Darren Lim on

As I write for this week’s sermon, I often find myself undecided as to whether writing is indeed a talent of mine. On one hand, I feel that my thoughts are expressed better through writing than speaking. On another hand, I fall into bouts of panic and self-doubt when it comes time again...

Sermon Reflection - SERVE: Giving of our Lives

Posted by May Ng on

I had some repentance to do when I listened to this sermon.  I have to confess that there are moments when the mere thought of serving puts me in a state of panic, and there are also times when serving propels me to a ‘spiritual high’ - panic, because of the constant fear of not...

Sermon Reflection - Finding Good

Posted by Michelle Chuah on

As I reflect upon the past year since the start of  Covid 19 pandemic, I am grateful for the presence of the Holy Spirit in my life and the life of my spouse as we persevere and do our best to stand in the gap for our family members, brothers and sisters in Christ,  our team members...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: The Better Shepherd

Posted by Wendy ML Tan on

“Shepherd of my soul I give You full control, Wherever You may lead I will follow. I have made the choice to listen for Your voice, Wherever You may lead I will go.”(Martin Nystrom, lyricist) Realizing that I would be on writing duty for the weekend, I hummed to the melody of this...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Community

Posted by Darren Lim on

Thank you Lord for this week’s sermon along with the precious lesson you provided at the quiet lakefront in Putrajaya. How can I ever begin to thank you? I was beginning to feel my enthusiasm for life slowly but surely being snuffed out, while I descended into despair and hopelessness. It...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Sacrifice

Posted by Abbey Thangiah on

Hebrews is known as the summary of the Bible. Paul wrote Hebrews as a clarion call to convince the Jews that Jesus is better. Some Jews returned to Judaism as the Romans recognized it as the official religion of the Jews. The pressure was indeed intense to give up the faith to live a peaceful...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better Sanctuary

Posted by Michelle Chuah on

Coming from a large extended family of believers and pre believers, I have had bad experiences with “Christians” as a young child. This was further reaffirmed through my mum who was a pre-believer but later in life came to admit that Christians are kind people.  I, on the other...

Sermon Reflection - The Christians in the Nation

Posted by May Ng on

“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.” (John F. Kennedy) At 8, I did not understand the context, the implication nor the calling of this quote – in fact, I thought it was some kind of joke. It was too magnanimous for me – what...

Sermon Reflection - Jesus: A Better High Priest

Posted by Abbey Thangiah on

The week 16th to 21st August 2021 is certainly an interesting week for Malaysia. We’ve seen the resignation of a Prime Minister and the appointment of another. As I am writing, I am faced with a lot of questions. Since the Covid pandemic, I have become part of the statistics. I lost my...