No one is born Christian
Sab wrong to right kon? Many people think religion is something we automatically inherit from our parents. You might think “I was born in a Hindu family, so I am a Hindu. If God wanted me to be a Christian, I would be born in a Christian family and have a Christian name”. But according to the Bible, this is not how we get to know God.
How Jesus breaks the cycle of reincarnation by allowing us to be born again spiritually now, and giving us eternal life after death.
28th May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk
Sourdough bread 🥖, the Bible, and following Jesus! What's sourdough bread got to do with growing as a disciple of Jesus? This week Pastor Eugene Hor talks about how growing as a disciple of Jesus and learning to make sourdough bread have much in common.
21st May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk
Pastor Eugene Hor reminds us this week from Romans 3:23-24 and the life of John Newton that God works on the principle of grace i.e. God saves and accepts the underserving. It's religion and secularism that works on the principle of works and performance i.e. religion and secularism says you must be good enough, you must pay back or you must earn you way.
13 May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk
Sometimes the past cripples us and we think we can't change. This week Pastor Eugene Hor encourages us from the Pastors Desk by reminding us that change is possible irrespective of our past - God can use you, transform you, forgive you and give you a fresh start irrespective of your past failures.
7 May 2020 - A Word From The Pastors Desk
Pastor Elliot Ku brings us this week's Word From The Pastors Desk encouraging us from Psalm 46:1-3 to trust the God who is our refuge, strength and helper.
Are We Chasing With As Much Fervour?
The Apostle Paul states it most sharply when he says: Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize. Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever (1 Corinthians 9:24-25) Are we running with as much fervour in the Christian life?
The Disruption Change Brings
Change is often painful because it disrupts our comfortable normality. Change can also sometimes brings out the worst in us because change can makes us resentful and angry. The fact that we are subject to seasons in life that we don’t always choose or want is actually a reminder to us that we need a firm and secure anchor. Navigating the changes you face with courage, joy and godliness is only as good as the place you’ve anchored in life.