Month: November 2018

When The Journey Is Longer Than Expected, God Is Still There!

After God led the Israelites out of Egypt, they embarked on a journey to the Promised Land—a trip that would take much longer than they expected! Today on Discover the Word, we’ll consider the challenges of Israel’s nomadic lifestyle in the wilderness, and how God was with them every step of the way. Tune in […]

"By the Grace of God I Am What I Am"

The way we continually talk about our own inabilities is an insult to our Creator. To complain over our incompetence is to accuse God falsely of having overlooked us. Get into the habit of examining from God’s perspective those things that sound so humble to men. You will be amazed at how unbelievably inappropriate and disrespectful they are to Him.

When Pursuing My Spiritual Gift Became My Idol

I used to wonder what my spiritual gift was. I thought it was ushering because someone suggested I help out as an usher.

Then one day, our pastor showed us a movie titled War Room. The main character was a faithful and God-loving woman who wrote down her prayers in a prayer closet and prayed about them daily.

What Love Is This?

Genuine awe.

That’s what I feel when I hear of friends who’ve become foster parents. In the past few years, five families I know have made the decision to foster neglected, abused, or abandoned children, from babies to teens, and welcome them into their homes.

As I hear them share their experiences, admiration wells up in my heart. How can…

God Is The Source Of Our Talents And Resources

Whether you’re a writer, singer, painter, builder, or any other type of skilled craftsman, it’s important to remember that God is the one who gave you those abilities. And today on Discover the Word, the team will examine how the ancient Israelites used their talents and resources to construct a place for God to dwell […]

The Supremacy of Jesus Christ

The holiness movements of today have none of the rugged reality of the New Testament about them. There is nothing about them that needs the death of Jesus Christ. All that is required is a pious atmosphere, prayer, and devotion. This type of experience is not supernatural nor miraculous. It did not cost the sufferings of God, nor is it stained with “the blood of the Lamb” (Revelation 12:11). It is not marked or sealed by the Holy Spirit as being genuine, and it has no visual sign that causes people to exclaim with awe and wonder, “That is the work of God Almighty!” Yet the New Testament is about the work of God and nothing else.

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Not all stories about people fostering children are positive, but one thing stands out. Find out what Ruth Wan-Lau discovered as she reflects on the recently concluded Foster Care Week in Singapore.

How I Found A Community While Going to College Abroad

Before I set off to Wales to further my studies, I had researched a number of churches to attend in Swansea. While I knew about Singapore communities in popular destinations like Sydney or London, I didn’t know of any Singaporean Christians in Swansea. I asked around for recommendations, but didn’t receive any. So my search continued on Google.

The Riches of the Destitute

The gospel of the grace of God awakens an intense longing in human souls and an equally intense resentment, because the truth that it reveals is not palatable or easy to swallow. There is a certain pride in people that causes them to give and give, but to come and accept a gift is another thing. I will give my life to martyrdom; I will dedicate my life to service— I will do anything. But do not humiliate me to the level of the most hell-deserving sinner and tell me that all I have to do is accept the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ.

God Is With Us In Our Wandering

In the wilderness, the Israelites had limited access to basic things like food and water. But God never failed to provide for them. Today on Discover the Word, the team will discuss how God showed He was with the Israelites as they wandered in the desert—and how He’s with you in your wilderness. Be part […]

I Don’t Have A Life-Changing Testimony, And That’s OK

I was born into a Christian family. Since I was young, I have been attending weekly Sunday School classes, Sunday services and even family cell groups.

Growing up in church, I often heard stories of people’s extraordinary encounters with God.

I Was Wrong About Giving Tuesday

As someone who works closely with several non-profit organizations, I am distinctly aware of Giving Tuesday.

In the United States, this Giving Tuesday “holiday” comes from an honorable desire to help non-profits continue their good work.

The Consecration of Spiritual Power

. . . by whom the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world —Galatians 6:14

If I dwell on the Cross of Christ, I do not simply become inwardly devout and solely interested in my own holiness— I become strongly …

God Uses Times of Wandering To Draw Us Closer

From the Israelites to Elijah, to Jesus Himself, people in Scripture often found themselves wandering in the wilderness. And the experience would leave them forever changed. Today on Discover the Word, the team will discuss how God uses times of wandering to bring us closer to Him. Join us today for Discover the Word!

Preaching Workshop - Preach The Word

Preaching Workshop
Topic: The What and the How of Biblical Preaching
Date: April 14, 2019 (Sunday)
Time: 3.00p.m. to 6.00p.m.
Venue: Trinity Methodist Church, Kuching
57, Jalan Ellis, 93300 Kuching, Sarawak

Phone: 082-410722

Who should Attend: Pastors, Elders, Lay Preachers, Church and Ministry Workers and Trainees, small Group Leaders and all others who are engaged in the teaching of God's word.

Admission is free
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