Three Kind of Pastors We Should Never Be

Three kinds of pastors you and I should NEVER be: 1. The overly-esteemed pastor who is so honoured, famous and revered like some mega star such that church members dare not approach him or her to talk about anything. 2. The super-busy pastor who is always moving quickly from one thing or person to another…

When Going to Church Becomes Routine

When going to church and serving the Lord start to feel mechanical, routine and unexciting, when your heart seems to be unmoved during worship gatherings and church services, when sermons or personal reading of Scriptures do not affect you at a life-changing level, you need a fresh encounter with the living God! You’d need to…

Your Results Do Not Define Who You Are

To all PSLE graduates, we praise the Lord for every one of you regardless of your PSLE scores. Know this, God is your anchor and your foundation, and as you follow Him faithfully just as He is faithful to you, He will lead you into His destiny for your lives. Your PSLE results do not…

Tell The Devil Get Out of the Way!

The song may be old, but this is biblical truth: “God will make a way where there seems to be no way; He works in ways we cannot see, He will make a way for me; He will be my guide, hold me closely to His side; with love and strength for each new day,…

Deadness To The World

I love this – hard core truth for the true believer! “An increasing deadness to all that the world has to offer, or to threaten, is an evidence of growth in the favor of God.” – Charles G Finney

Are We Over-Comforting the Troubled?

Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert Solomon of the Methodist Church in Singapore used to tell the pastors that the object of preaching should be to “comfort the troubled and trouble the comfortable”. When we neglect comforting the troubled, we end up with a church full of hurting people who continually bleed from their wounds. They become…

Do You Need a Good Education to Win Souls?

“Look at the Methodists. Many of their ministers are unlearned, in the common sense of the term, many of them taken right from the shop or the farm, and yet they have gathered congregations, and pushed their way, and won souls everywhere. Wherever the Methodists have gone, their plain, pointed and simple, but warm and…