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Scripture Memory: Bodily Resurrection.

VERSE : Job 19:25, 26 “For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth:  And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God.”

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O Worship the LORD in the Beauty of Holiness

27 March 2016

7am: Combined Easter Service

Rev Calvin Loh (Do You Believe in the Resurrected Lord? Jn 20:24-29)

6:00 pm Evening Service

Rev Quek KK (The Good Shepherd, Jn 10:1-18)

3 April 2016

8am & 11am: Worship Service

Rev Quek KK (Are You for Real? Acts 8:9-25)

6:00 pm Evening Service

Rev Ho Chee Lai (The Friend at Midnight, Lk 11:5-8)

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My Lord is gracious...

I attended church - albeit on and off - during my school days but drew away when I started work. I tried to return to church at times but it was hard.  Though I have always felt that I am a child of God, had believed and accepted Christ as my Saviour when I was young, the inner voice in me grew softer, and my heart colder, as I got distracted with life events over the years.

Until...sometime mid last year. My mum was unexpectedly taken ill with multiple life-threatening infections and was hospitalized. I recall the dreadful call from the doctor at 2 am, some hours after her first procedure, to inform that she was in very critical condition and may pass on if nothing was done. To diagnose the source of her infection, approval was sought to proceed with another procedure - unfortunately, one which would likely damage her kidney. It was a Hobson’s choice. I remember my first prayer (after many years) for the Lord to give my mum at least just a small ‘window of time’ - to seek her salvation. The Lord was gracious. An hour after that dreadful call, the doctor called again to advise that after further deliberation, they had decided on a different course of treatment for my mum. My mum woke up for a brief moment after four days in the ICU - and, praise the Lord, she was able to ‘follow’ the Sinner’s Prayer in her heart with my aunt and uncle when they were on their daily hospital visit and prayer. By God’s grace, my mum has since made good recovery and was baptized end of last year.

I thank the Lord for His patience with me; for His grace and mercy on me; for redeeming me. The Lord works in wondrous ways.  It so happened too that in the first week that my mum was hospitalized, I received a text message from a faithful friend inviting me to church. In one event, the Lord saved my mum...and me.  I am truly loved and blessed.                                                       —Michele Yong


I was born into a Christian family although I was the total opposite of what a Christian would be. I was rebellious, disobedient, and did things that till today, I still regret.

I went to church and looked like I was a very innocent kid but outside I was a very naughty kid. My parents and siblings would also teach me about Christ but I would just take it as a story. When people asked what religion I am I would say,” I’m a Christian” but when no one asked, I dared not even whisper about Christianity to them.

During LTF camp last year, my heart was changed. Through the messages, I learnt how to be different from the world and not follow the world. Besides the messages, I also talked to some of the closer YFers who were helping out at the camp about Christ, all my questions were answered and I got to know Christ better. There was also a game that changed my heart. I realised that I didn’t know God that well and I had almost no idea how to answer my friends or strangers if they asked me about Christianity. The camp did not only impact me for a week or two like LTF camp 2014. Until now I am still pondering on the messages and what I’ve learnt.

From then on, I stopped being very vulgar and I began being different from the world. I talked to my non-Christian friends about Christ and I started making decisions that I think would be pleasing to God. I became what a saved person would be.            —Jayson Loo Jia Sheng


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Chinese Service Parents’ Night

30th April (Sat). 5:30 to 9 pm.

Venue: Pin Si Restaurant @ Yishun Safra.

Program: Gospel Sharing by Rev Peter Chng. Chinese 8-Course Dinner. 

Transportation will be provided from Khatib MRT to SAFRA Yishun.

Fees: $30  (13 years old & above); $20 (4 to 12 years old). Free (infant to 3 years old).

Please register at Beulah House MPH after 11 am service.

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1) Prevention of Theft: Worshippers are advised to watch their belongings in the church premises to avoid losing them.

2) Missions in Action Seminar 2016 will be held on Saturday 30 April at Beulah MPH, from 3-6pm to be followed by dinner. There is no registration fees. Register at:  http://www.lifebpc.com/component/proforms/missions-in-action-seminar.

3) Scripture Memory Verse Review No. 1. A written review exercise of the verses is obtainable at the front counter. Please submit by next Sunday.

4) VBS-2016 Faith is the Victory! Story of Joseph. Inviting helpers to serve in this ministry during 1st week of June 1-3, 8am to 1pm. Kindly register at http://bit.ly/lifebp-vbs-help. For inquiries: Dn Benedict Sim .

5) YAF Retreat 2016. Theme: Why Work? Speaker: Dn. Roger Lim. Date: 6-8 May 16 (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon). Venue: Changi Cove. Closing date for registration: 3 Apr 16.

6) The Life B-P Church Camp 2016 will be held from 13 to 16 June 2016 at Novotel Melaka Hotel, Malaysia. Speaker: Rev Edward Paauwe. Theme: “The Fruit of the Spirit”  Please book your annual leave now to avoid disappointment. Registration is open.



Vision & Mission


To build a united church family that is committed to making disciples through Salvation, Sanctification and Service, to the glory of God.

Verse for the Week

February 18 & 25 - Fruit of Obedience

If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love. John 15:10