The scale and impact of current changes in views on gender and sex are unprecedented. As Bible-believing Christians, how do we respond?
The church exists to worship God. Surely, how we worship as a church matters greatly. This talk covers Biblical principles of worship.
“Singleness” as a state has its challenges. It also provides opportunities. This talk is based on a recent book written by the speaker on this pertinent topic.
Do you fear being ‘canceled’ in social media? How can Christians be "salt and light" in a culture intolerant of the exclusive claims of the gospel?
Prayer is essential in ministry, but difficult because leaders can trust their flesh.
Criticism - from multiple sources - is expected in ministry. It can break leaders. It can also build stronger leaders.
God’s Word, while understood, may not always be applied with heartfelt precision. How can leaders wield the Word for God’s glory and man’s good?
Leaders cannot avoid walking alongside those who live stubbornly in sin. How can this work be done willingly and lovingly?
Men and women are equal before God. Does this mean their roles are "equal" in marriage?
It is easy - in busy Singapore - for a marriage to lose vitality after its initial flourish. How can intimacy be stirred?
We need not "reinvent the wheel" of marriage and parenting. This talk draws on Christian principles proven by and made practical by godly people of the past.
The speaker has learnt a lot about the Christian life from his godly parents. How can we learn and impart the same as children and/or parents?
We can only be holy in Christ (not outside of Him). This talk focuses on personal holiness as the lived-out reality of our union with Christ.
"You must kill sin or it will kill you" summarises the real and intense battle for inward holiness. This talk gears us toward the right frame of mind for this lifelong fight.
How is holiness related to assurance of faith? This talk explains this relationship and our needed growth in such sweet assurance.
7.30pm: Opening Prayer and Singspiration
7.45pm Mesage #1
8.45pm Q & A
9.15pm Closing Hymn
9.20pm CLosing and Refreshments
The Bible has much to say about rest. God created the world in 6 days and rested on the 7th day. He created mankind and gave them the command to rest one day in seven, to commemorate creation, salvation, and glorification.
8.45am: Opening Prayer and Singspiration
9.00am Mesage #2
10.00am Q & A
10.15am Coffee Break
11.00am Message #3
12.00pm Fireside Chat
2.00pm Message #4
3.00pm Q & A
3.30pm Closing Remarks
When God cursed Satan and mankind in Genesis 3, the curse on Adam was to eat his bread by the sweat of his brow because work will be cursed. We see the effects of that curse in workaholism and also in sloth. But in Christ, the Christian can have a redeemed understanding of his worldly vocation and how to find rest in Christ and joy in his work.
God gave the Sabbath Day to his covenant people of old. Along with the Jubilee Year, the Sabbath was a symbol to the people to rest in God and to trust in him for all of their provision while they live life on earth. The Christian has been given the Lord’s Day as a reminder that Jesus rose and ascended on the first day of the week, the Spirit was given on the first day of the week at Pentecost, and the Apostle John caught a vision of heaven on the first day of the week. If Christians celebrate the Lord’s Day biblically, their souls find rest and are excited for the kingdom to come.
The Christian’s goal and ultimate destiny is to be in the New Heavens and New Earth, to worship God for an eternity, where their eternal labors consist of praise and thanksgiving. We are taught that all things are restored to man in that eternal rest, where man has highest dignity in God’s kingdom above.
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