During the Covenant Service on 31 December 2018, Rev Darren shared with us that our Mission this year, is to develop a lifestyle of evangelism, and a culture of discipleship. He shared that we ought to always be looking at the harvest, which was 2018’s theme. Therefore, this year, we are embarking on a sermon series titled ‘Discipleship’. As you listen to the sermon series, it is our prayer, that you feel the call from God so strongly and embrace your call to discipleship.
Overcoming temptation is key to becoming to a true disciple. Beyond simply not doing what’s wrong, Brother Joseph challenges us to stay in alignment with God’s plan by overcoming the temptations of doing what we want to do, going where we want to go, and seeing what we want to see.
As Christians, prayer is our access to God. However, have you found yourself in a place where you prayed, but nothing happens? Do you sometimes find yourself confronting doubts about the power of prayer? This week, brother Joel shares with us about how prayer is our direct access to God, and how it is about ultimately drawing closer to God!
When the storms of life come, how can we not be shaken? Our faith in God is what will ultimately guide us through these difficult waters! This week, Pastor Mabel shares with us the need for building strong faith in God, and how we can do so.
We live in a society today where world views are on a rise, and we can get influenced easily. Though world views are popular, we must not be swayed by them. It is therefore important for us to know how to stand firmly rooted in our faith. The key, is holiness. This week, Rev Darren teaches us why we need to develop holiness in our lives to guide us.
Have you been left alone by friends before? Have you been disappointed by people around you? Man may fail, but we have a friend in whom we can place our trust in. That friend, is Jesus. This week, Rev Darren walks us through why we should place our trust in Jesus!
To be strongest and healthiest possible versions of ourselves, we need to having a healthy diet. What is true in the physical is also true in the spiritual as we need to receive God’s word to mature as Christians.
Pastor Aaron shares four principles to developing a healthy habit of studying God’s word to grow as disciples.
Do you feel like life gets busier and busier, and it's only the start of the year? Take a minute to ponder. All these activities are seemingly important, yet if we spend so much time doing all of the things that keeps us occupied, and have no time for God, then we have a major problem. Simply put, there is no discipleship without discipline.
Rev Darren shares with us FIVE important types of discipline that we ought to have, as we pursue a culture of discipleship in our lives!
Greg Laurie once said, “Not all believers are disciples but all disciples are believers”.
Rev Darren kicks off our 2019 sermon series by challenging us to become more than just believers - that is, to become disciples.
Stepping up our relationship with Christ, this message pushes us to consider our priorities and if we are ready to live a life of surrender and of inconvenience as we take up the cross to follow God.