In the little town of Bethlehem, two thousand years ago, the everlasting LIGHT was born. He carried man’s hopes and fears with His amazing covenant of LOVE. With His arrival came the promise of abundant LIFE for all who would follow Him. These great glad tidings from our Lord, Emmanuel, which we meditate on, give us reason to celebrate and share the Gospel with the world. This Advent season, we will focus on these three themes, namely God is Light, God is Love and God is Life. He is not just the God of... but the God who IS... Join us for a journey of discovering or rediscovering the One who humbly set foot on this earth, in Bethlehem, two thousand years ago.
Interspersed throughout our sermon series for 2018 is an exciting character study series, touching particularly on the judges in the Bible. Othniel, Deborah, Barak and Gideon; these are just among the judges that we will be covering in this series. Studying the lives of these judges will allow us a window into their lives; their victories and failures, how passing on to the next generation took place in their lives, etc. It will also remind us of the need to be careful in our walk with God.
Advent is a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the nativity of Jesus. It is a time of realignment for one’s spiritual journey as one reflects on the First Coming and Second Coming of Christ – the past, present and future. With that thought, we will be asking us, what posture of worship is required to truly experience Christmas.
Each week in the month of December will contain a specific theme/focus that will build all the way towards Christmas. The themes will be captured in 5 sermons with a combination of OT and NT passages to delve into.
I Love My Church
Brian Habig and Les Newsom, authors of a book entitled, The Enduring Community,
Belonging to a local church is not an exclusive membership. It's an inclusive commitment to
In this series, we'll understand what is Church, what is the local church, and prayerfully re-examine our posture towards our local church.
Looking Back To Look Forward
This seven-sermon series will bring us through passages from the Old Testament. It begins with the resounding 10 commandments and how they affect the people of God, followed by "discovering Christ in the book of Leviticus." We then dive into the book of Micah where we will be challenged to "live Christ out in the community." The series will end with two invited speakers preaching on our fourth core habit of "pass it on."
Following Christ = Making Disciples
As Christians, we are commanded to obey the Great Commission—make disciples. The obvious question we may ask would be 'how do we make disciples'? However, in this series, we will address better questions to ask—why do we make disciples? And how is leadership development interconnected to discipleship?
In this short two-weekend series, we will talk about being an influence on the people in our workplace, and also wherever we are. Are we – whether directly or indirectly, pushing people away from Christ, or are we pointing people to Christ?
Our 5 Core Habits
A habit is an acquired mode of behaviour that has become a subconscious act, one that comes so natural. In this series, we’ll go in depth into the five core habits for us at DUMC: honour, humility, be real, pass-it-on and fun. We would want to understand each of these habits and learn how to live out these behaviours.
How do we then apply these habits to influence the way in which we relate to one another? We do so by honouring God and one other, in humility, by being real and having fun while doing so, as well as remembering to pass-it-on as we become more Christlike – that being our end goal.
DUMC Christmas Events
I AM - Series II
Moses left an indelible mark in Joshua’s life - Joshua watched how Moses lived his life as Moses followed God, and learnt what cost Moses from entering the Promised Land… We are stewards of what and who God has entrusted to us. Whether we are intentionally mentoring another person; someone is being influenced by observing how we live our lives. Being good stewards, we must take this privilege seriously by being intentional in leaving our legacy to the next generation - What have we been given, and what will we do with it the rest of our life?
The Four Things Needed To Love People
Most of us know of God’s greatest command – Love God, love people. How do we put “Love God, love people” into action? What does it look like in your family, office, school, community, and church? Ultimately, we ask, how does Jesus demonstrate love to people and how can we follow Him to do likewise.