Pastoral Letters are weekly communications from our church pastor to the congregation.  They are mostly original reflections on the Word of God in response to church events or current affairs, local or beyond, with the primary intent to exhort Christians to live rightly before God in the real world.  Short bibliographies are sometimes featured towards the same end.

We pray that these writings will be a great blessing to you!

Are You An “A” Or “F” Student?

It is the time of the year when students sit for their final examinations at the end of the year or major phase in life. Our students have studied hard through the year.  Much time and effort is needed to understand and apply these concepts and pass these examinations with flying...

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Moving to a New Spiritual Level

Last week, I wrote about being reliable in serving the Lord. In other words, in whatever Sunday ministries you serve, be faithful. This requires you to be proficient in your tasks, be it operating the AV system or collecting offerings, etc. More importantly, be dependable, that is, you can be...

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Being Reliable in Service

At this time we are probably about a week away from moving into our new premises. I shall address two concerns. This week, I want to address those who serve in Sunday ministries printed in the duty roster. The leaders are very encouraged by your willingness to serve the Lord—almost...

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What Would be Your Future Like?

Humans have wild imaginations about their future, some are worrisome while others could be full of aspirations.  Who knows? Maybe in the next 10 years, robots and various automations could be part of our daily lives that we would not do without.  Robots could greatly improve the quality of lives...

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Jesus Christ will See Us Through Troubled Times!

Finance, health, marriage and relationship issues can be daunting and any one of these challenges may disrupt our life.  The trade war between USA and China has economic consequences to countries and consumers. Singapore is not spared from the trade war. “Quarter-on-quarter numbers showed an unexpected contraction as well, with...

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Thank God for our nation!

We will soon be celebrating our 54th National Day! God has prospered our nation through good governance free of natural disasters. We have enjoyed more than five decades of political stability. We thank God for providing our country with highly capable, competent and a corrupt-free government. Through their prudent policies...

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The Church as a Resource Centre

A news article shares about an organisation in Taipei that has about 1,600 volunteers who provide support to 300 staff to serve a total of 4,200 elderly people. This works out to having one volunteer caring for three elderly person which greatly lightens the load of the staff caring for...

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Being Sensitive to God’s Desires

Sometimes, God reminds us through Bible characters or people around us to do certain things to which we are unwilling to. For example: Forgiving those who have hurt us; taking the initiative to assist colleagues who often oppose us; giving up on a job with a bright future which will...

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Be Faithful In Giving

We thank God that we have purchased our new church at Mega@Woodlands.  With the renovation in progress, God willing, we should be able to move into our new church in September 2019. Our church is a giving church.  It reminds me of when Moses started to build the tabernacle, and...

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Be Talkative!

The recent durian bumper crop makes durian lovers very happy. Not only are durians affordable, more importantly, they taste very good. Some of us were so delighted that if we knew of someone who were looking for good durians, we would recommend certain stalls to them (despite not receiving a...

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