The desire for change has perhaps been intensified by the recent events as many people in the world experience lock downs, restricted travels, job losses, fear, worry and despair. Yet God patiently continues to work out His change His way in each person’s life, situation & relationship. Whose change are we living & fighting for?Continue reading “A Theology of Change (Luke 23:32-43)”
Sunday Worship (21 June 2020) After cursing the fig tree & pronouncing judgment on the God forsaken temple, Jesus continues to teach the disciples how to pray effectively without reliance on the God forsaken temple. Be encouraged by the 2 power truths of effective prayer in this passage!
Sunday Worship (14 June 2020) This may be a familiar passage to most believers, especially the prodigal son. However, this week’s guest speaker, Samuel Nesan helps us understand how all 3 stories are actually one parable and one response to the group of people who consider themselves “the righteous” and how Jesus also desires forContinue reading “Who was lost? (Luke 15)”
Sunday Worship (24 May 2020) What drives the hearts of true believers who are willing to live, suffer & die for Christ? Be encouraged as we look at Peter’s epistle to the persecuted church:
Sunday Worship (17 May 2020) What drives the hearts of true believers who are willing to live, suffer & die for Christ? Be encouraged as we look at Peter’s epistle to the persecuted church:
Sunday Worship (10 May 2020) As Bartimaeus abandoned his cloak (the outer garment which is so critical to keep him warm during the night’s cold weather) to run to Jesus, what was going on in his heart? Be encouraged this week by God’s miraculous work and the gift of faith in a blind beggar: