Pastoral Column

The above subject was one of the two suggested applications in last week pulpit – Micah 2. Why is obedience to God important? From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible has a lot to say about obedience. In the account or story of the Ten Commandments, we see just how important the concept of obedience is … » Read the Rest…


5 characteristics of God’s workers: Approved by God Right Attitude Right Appetite Accurately handling God’s Word Right Action Christians are called to be workers of God’s will. Their motives in their occupations for God while on earth will impact their future when Christ appears (Prov 16:2; 21:2). Ideally, each of their work on earth should … » Read the Rest…


Last month we completed the sermon series on the epistle to the Colossians. We learned that Paul in his final instruction to the church in Colossae, requested that the church pray for him and his team. “At the same time, pray also for us, that God may open to us a door for the word, to declare … » Read the Rest…


Like many of you, I grew up as a Christian, memorizing a selection of recommended Bible verses. One such verse is that of Jer. 17:9 which reads,‘9 The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?  Having it memorized, and thereafter ingrained in the mind, one is reminded on ends as … » Read the Rest…


Acts 12:1-3a, 5-11 ‘About that time Herod the king laid violent hands on some who belonged to the church. He killed James the brother of John with the sword, and when he saw that it pleased the Jews, he proceeded to arrest Peter also….So Peter was kept in prison, but earnest prayer for him was … » Read the Rest…


I was taught punctuality in school through the hard way. To be late for morning assembly is to have my name booked into the prefects’ permanent record book. Three occurrences of offence and I will be in line for some detention class, where we were put through hours of work to clean the big panel … » Read the Rest…


A) Primary Aim:- To sow seeds of salvation. B) Challenge:- How to get strangers who are non-believers interested in listening to the gospel and to believe in it. C) Early Days – Rejections:- When I started PE 5 years ago, I was inexperienced. Just trembling and stumbling along in search of open ears. My usual … » Read the Rest…


The Deacons’ Board was discussing the issue of the cradle room becoming too crowded. Indeed the church has been blessed with quite a number of new-borns. We rejoice together with their parents (and grandparents!). With the “influx” of new babies, we now have the happy problem of trying to ensure that the cradle room is … » Read the Rest…


In these uncertain periods of unpredictable natural disasters, drumming up of wars using nuclear weapons, killing of innocent people with machetes and home-made bombs, every believer needs to see what God is saying about now and the future. God still speaks to us by way of past history, present acts and future predictions. Concerning the … » Read the Rest…


Recently, our government initiated actions to build more inter-generational facilities. One such project is the shared playground where the old and young can mingle and where socio-emotional learning can take place. The Bible talks about the church as the body of Christ with the living Lord Jesus Christ as the Head. Hence, the body of … » Read the Rest…