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Scripture Memory:Love Wisdom.
VERSE : Proverbs 23:23 “Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.”

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O Worship the LORD in the Beauty of Holiness

29 December 2013
8 am & 1045am Worship Service:
Eld Chin Hoong Chor (Are Are Your Works Acceptable to Christ? Mat 24:32-51)
6:00 pm Evening Service:
Rev Colin Wong (Have You Used Your Talents Well? Mat 25:14-30) 

5 January 2014
8 am & 1045am Worship Service:
Rev Charles Seet (Beginning the Year with God, Ps 65:11-13)
6:00 pm Evening Service:
Rev Quek Keng Khwang (The Only Begotten Son, Ps 2:7; 8:4-6)

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LTF Camp 2013 Testimonies 

All I ever want to be 
Is what You want of me, Lord;
I give my life to You

Centred on the theme What God wants of me, the LTF camp this year sought to paint a portrait of what a Christian teen ought to be like. Through the messages (Uncle Chien Chong from Grace BP), morning devotions (Rev Calvin Loh) and workshop (Aunty Trudy Lim), we explored more about how God would like us to be and live as His very own people. Briefly, the messages were based on passages from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, the devotions on the theme of God’s love, and the workshop on family relationships.

By His grace, 71 campers spent 9-13 Dec together, learning from God’s Word, sharing and praying together, and having a great time of games and fellowship. It was a blessed time spent with God’s people. The Lord has indeed done a mighty, marvellous work through this camp, blessing us “exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think” (Eph 3:20). Many were convicted of personal sins, having our lives touched by God’s Word.

Here am I, Lord, use me;

Take my life and mould me.

We urge you to pray for us, for the true test only begins when school starts again, and the routine of life sets in. May the Lord be pleased to raise up to Himself “a people near unto Him” (Psa 148:14).

For our speakers - especially Uncle Chien Chong - and the many youth helpers and adults who have come forward to serve, we are ever grateful.

Praise God for the testimonies written by the teens below. It is the camp committee’s hope that God be exalted, the congregation edified, and the teens be kept accountable. - Tabitha Lee

I thank God for this year’s LTF camp!! It is only by His grace that He had allowed the camp to run smoothly. Through this camp, God has really shown me how potent His love is. Even though the theme of the camp is “What God wants of me”, everything circulated around His love.

The thing that impacted me most from this camp was the second message when Uncle Chien Chong put to us the question “How can you expect yourself to spend eternity with God when you cannot even spend 10 minutes with Him on earth?” Personally, I don’t spend a lot of time with God. I took my ‘O’ levels this year. And as a very easily distracted person, I spent a lot of time on unnecessary things like playing hand phone games and social media. As a result, I would forsake my QT and stay up late into the wee hours of the night to study. Attending this camp had allowed me to realize how much I have neglected God this year. However, despite all that, it touches me to know that God still loves me.

During our dorm devotions, Mags (my discussions group leader), read to us a very descriptive article on Jesus’ death on the cross. Although I may have heard this story umpteen times, it never fails to prick my heart. Being the almighty God, He could have easily extirpated the part of Jesus’ death from history and all of us would be cursed to hell as we should have been. But God did not do that! And this really shows how much He loves us. It has also come to my realization that if I do love God as much as I should, the thrill to read God’s word will surely follow.

As part of the program, we visited St Luke’s hospital and sang Christmas carols to the elderly. The campers split up into four groups as we went to different wards of the hospital. While we sang the Christmas carols, there was a particular woman who was so touched by the carols that she started crying. She joined us in song as she choked on the tears that kept flowing from her eyes. This is one scene that I will never forget. It impressed me so much to know that despite her old age, she still had so much passion for God. She could be stuck in the hospital, sickly and lonely, but that did not stop her from loving God. This little trip to St Luke’s hospital is more than just a part of camp to me. It was God’s love at work. It gave the teens an opportunity to show God’s love to others and in turn, the elderly showed to us what great things God’s love can do.

To end off, I want to thank the camp committee for planning this camp and the various sub-committees for their contributions in various ways. I also want to thank the kitchen aunties for faithfully preparing our meals everyday. On top of that, I’d like to thank the three speakers, Uncle Chien Chong, Rev Calvin Loh and Auntie Trudy for sharing God’s word with us. Lastly, I want to thank God for everything! —Jamie Tan, 16

I felt that the camp was well planned and it went very smoothly. The games were fun and the message was good. I have learned how to do my QT correctly and this camp taught me how to read God’s word with enthusiasm. —Jonathan Chow, 13

LTF Camp 2013 enabled me to learn and also to remember many things that I did not do right and at times forgot. I was reminded once more that I was to put God as my priority in my life. As my O levels are coming up next year, I was focusing too much on having enough time to study and rest at the same time that those became my priorities instead of God. However, after hearing the message that Uncle Chien Chong gave about how to prioritize my life by putting God first, I realised that God was not my priority anymore. I then decided to set myself a resolution for camp that I would strive to prioritise God before other things. This year, I was also given the opportunity to serve in LTF Camp Logistics Sub-Committee. Although we had to stay up late at night to clean the toilets, I really thank God that I was able to sit through the messages and understand instead of dozing off. I also thank God for bringing me to LTF and also to make me realise that I need Him in my life and what He wants of me. —Candace, 15

I really like to thank God for giving me the opportunity to serve in LTF Camp this year. Being a first-timer, I was clueless to the amount of workload that lay ahead. At times, I felt really discouraged and tired as I had to juggle between fulfilling my role as a student and completing all the tasks at hand by the deadlines. As the camp drew near there was much more to do in such a short period of time and I faced many difficulties formatting the camper. Impatience and anger got hold of me during that period and it really felt like a burden to serve God. However, God was merciful and showed me that this is not the attitude He wants me to have towards doing His will because I’m called to “serve the Lord with gladness” - Psalms 100:2

I’m also thankful for the messages given as they were easy to understand and I’ve gained much from them. One of the many things he said that really hit me hard was the story about the Bible he had when he was younger and used that Bible to share the gospel with his fellow schoolmates. Even at such a young age then Uncle Chien Chong was already sharing the gospel so boldly and it got me thinking how many times God had provided me with the opportunity to share about the gospel but I just let my emotions take control of me and waste those golden opportunities.

So, one of my resolutions is to not be afraid to share about God with my non-christian friends. And since Christmas is around the corner I can use this opportunity of the festive season to tell them about Christ and His birth. Another resolution is one that I carried forward from last year’s LTF Camp which is to be nicer to my brother and take better care of him. Even though we no longer fight and seldom quarrel nowadays but I still find it hard to do things for him willingly. From the workshop, I was reminded that God had a reason for placing my brother in my life and how God allowed us to have the freedom to choose our friends but not our family so I must learn to love them. And the next step would be to learn to appreciate my parents more and not be rude to them. 
—Elizabeth Wun, 17

All I want to thank is God, who is so faithful to us, and for those people who helped me so much in this camp. I would also like to thank God for giving me the experience to let me sing Christmas carols to the elderly in St. Luke’s hospital. This would be etched in my mind forever.

On the messages and workshop, I had learnt that I should treat my parents with even more respect. I have also learnt from one of the messages that even if I am special or different from others, I can believe in God and ignore what other people think about me, just like the stars and dots which wouldn’t stick on Lucia. As long as Punchinello continues to believe in Eli, even more stickers will fall off from his wooden body.—Augustine Teo, 13

I enjoyed the LTF camp and fellowship night. Our group discussed about school and church friends. I made several good friends. I enjoyed the workshop. It taught me how to care for my siblings and share things. God helped me to do my quiet time more often. I learnt that I must do my quiet time.

 I would like to go to the LTF Camp next year and make more friends. I learnt that as children of light, we are no more kept and enslaved in the dark. —Thaddeus Ho, 12

During the time I was in LTF camp, my relationship with God was rusty. I struggled trying to revive my relationship with God after 8 months of disappearance from church. I would like to thank God for the friends that persuaded me to go for the camp! It was hard to settle down from my personal issues and be ready for the camp. I could sense that separation, the distance from God because of all my sins. My goal for this camp was to find rest and peace in Him after one whole hectic and sinful year. Those 5 days of fellowship and bonding were the happiest and joyous days in the year! Being able to get together to listen and learn God’s word is a very blissful thing. Thank God that this camp was also a time of reflection on my walk with Him.

This year’s LTF camp brought me back on the right track with God. The clarity and true meaning of being a follower of Christ truly dawned on me during the LTF camp and that I realised that I’ve backslided since early this year. Even though times have been rough, but through this camp, God reassured and strengthened me. Through this camp I’ve also learned to push away all the earthly desires and to let God take over. This camp has definitely restored and strengthened my relationship with God(: I thank God especially for the friendships that were made in the camp. They have indeed been a blessing to me(:

The messages have definitely spoken to me. The first message was on darkness and light, and it reflected on my walk with God. Darkness vs Light? Fear, despair vs hope, joy and peace? “Surely after that I was turned, I repented; and after that I was instructed, I smote upon my thigh: I was ashamed, yea, even confounded, because I did bear the reproach of my youth” Jeremiah 31:19 .This struck me and I realized if I need to be in the light, I would also need to turn from the darkness that was within my heart. As a child of the light, I can no more walk in darkness! Also, the other messages have taught and made me resolve that God is all that matters. Setting my heart on what I fix my eyes on and what I live for and always putting Him first and to do what He wants of me. This camp has taught me to give and submit my life to Him and also to surrender everything to God, resting in His promises(:

In this camp, I’ve set a few resolutions, which is to come for church and LTF regularly! Walking and staying close to the Lord! In the years coming ahead, regardless of the difficulties I face, I still can be joyful because of the Grace of God. I can be strong even when the sufferings weaken me(: “I am crucified with Christ; nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me........” Galatians 2:20    

Dear Lord

 All I ever want to be

Is what You want of me, Lord;

I give my life to You

And all my hopes and dreams and plans

I place within Your hands, Lord

And give my life to You. —Eleanor Khoo, 16

In my opinion, I found LTF camp extremely interesting. During the games, we had a lot of fun playing the games and learning about God at the same time. Special activities were also organized for us so as to make us relaxed. The messages were at the same time entertaining and ‘educational’ about God and how to be a real Christian. Last but not least, I thank the aunties who had faithfully prepared the food for us. I realize that I have not expressed enough gratitude for them yet. May God bless them and all of us and I can’t wait for the next LTF camp!! 
—Joshua Tan, 12

James 2:17 “Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.”

Through the LTF camp, I learnt that we as Christians are called to serve, to be a blessing to those around us, that God’s name may be magnified. Usually, when I go about my daily life, I tend to stick to the easy path. It is very hard to stand up, and be that light and salt of the world, when your friends are not doing the right thing. It is so much easier to just do it with them. But, Jesus did not just set an example then on the cross, he enabled us to do it. Besides, God would not give us a trial that we cannot handle. As this new year approaches, I hope to actually do it, not just want to do what God wants of me. —Joelle Heng, 13

I learnt that we reject God as we don’t want our wants to be exposed and this is very ‘like’ me in the sense that I don’t like others knowing that I want something other than God’s approval and His love. I also learnt the importance of doing my quiet time and spending time daily with God. The thing that struck me a lot was when the speaker said “How can you spend eternity with God when you can’t even spend 10 minutes on Earth with Him?”

Personally, I realized through Uncle CC’s story of pianist and the piano that I often seek men’s approval and appraisal rather than God’s approval and His praise. Often times I try to get things done well so that people will say ‘good job’ or ‘well done’ to me and that is horribly and consequentially wrong.  I judge others a lot too and in one of Uncle CC’s messages he told us to not be so quick to measure others’ inconsistency with our standards but instead measure OURSELVES by God’s standards and not others. I tend to judge others based on my own standards (e.g. whether I think it’s right or wrong) and I fail to think if I was that person and was in the same exact situation, would I have done the same thing and would God be pleased with me? I am someone who would rather be nice than to be right. I tend to not stand up for what is right but instead want to be seen as the person who is neutral and nice to the majority. But that is wrong and what may be popular might not necessarily be right.

I also learnt a fair bit through service. I learnt that I shouldn’t think that I know everything just because I’ve done it before. E.g. I shouldn’t think that logistics would be a breeze this year because I did it last year. I learnt to pay attention to the minute details that shouldn’t be overlooked. God indeed uses imperfect people to accomplish His work and in this way refine us to come forth as gold. I have also learnt to get the job done to please God and not men.            

I thank God for the logistics com He provided who although inexperienced, have done a splendid job this year. Thank God also for granting a big group of campers who were so willing to serve God by cleaning up on the last day of camp. Lastly, I thank God for people in LTF who gave much encouragement and support throughout the whole camp when I looked really down and out from lack of sleep and due to stress. —Joy Tan, 16

Love as Christ loved – before we love others, we should first understand how Christ first loved us. Then we go and love others using that mindset. It’s not about how much or what we do with our own strength, just bearing testimony of our own “love” or tolerance. But instead loving with the knowledge that Christ first loved us, thus we ought to love others with the same kind of love, agape love. This taught me to love my brother more, not just to rely on myself but on God who is love. Reflecting back, the reason I treat him with so much hurt and treat him badly is because I look down on him, which in a way is judging him. In addition, I should not be judging him on my own standards but instead comparing myself to God’s perfect and holy standards.

On the same note, it is because I have too much pride. Our value is not in what we do, how much we “succeed” in life, but in God. Therefore as the phrase goes “without Christ, I am nothing.” This was a very humbling reminder that all I have comes from God and I should not boast in anything, and judge others just because God has blessed me so much.

This also taught me to be thankful as said in 1Thess 5:18. Whether through hardships and rough times or through joyous successes and smooth sailing times, I have learnt to thank Him for everything as He is always there with me, watching over me, and providing for me. And with Christ by my side, I have nothing to fear, instead, there is hope!

Being thankful does lead to being generous, in terms of giving and caring for others. This does not only apply to giving money to help the poor but can also be small acts of kindness for example, praying for others, helping the elderly and needy, and even serving. With the right attitude, we ought not to do all these things for vain glory nor expecting return, but to share God’s love and goodness to the people around us!

Everything we do is just a result of the choices we make in life. These choices should be directed by Christ and to do that we need to have Christ as the centre and Lord over our lives. Only then we can live as He wants us to and to do His perfect will and live to glorify Him and to enjoy Him forever.

My resolutions for 2014 are firstly, to be the light – behaving differently and being a good testimony to others, not just because it is what we should do, but knowing also to bring glory to God in all that we do and to be blameless before the world. Secondly, to find joy in seeking after God – keeping close to Him and perhaps thinking more of the relationship between me and God, and to enjoy spending more time with Him. Thirdly, I want to be more intentional for service – knowing why I serve and to do it for His glory. Next, I want to love my family more – oft times I neglect the people who are closest to me and will stand by me through good times and bad, especially to my brother to appreciate him and not to look down on him. Lastly, I want to be a prayer warrior, casting my burdens on Him and praying for others even those who do not necessarily affect me. 
—Jireh Loo, 14

I thank God for this year’s LTF camp. Having been to many LTF camps, I wasn’t as excited as the previous years. Nevertheless, I thank God that I learnt many lessons from the messages and workshop, and the camp proved to be an enjoyable one. I was reminded that God’s approval is far more important than man’s appraisal. I tend to be very conscious of other’s opinions and I often do things that please men instead of God. However, what matters most should be what God thinks and wants of me.

A second lesson that I learnt was about enjoying our relationship with God. As Uncle Chien Chong said, if we cannot spend just 10 mins of our time with God everyday, how are we going to spend eternity with Him? Many times, reading the Bible has become a routine for me. Instead, I should strive to develop a closer relationship with God and enjoy my quiet time with Him. I have also much to thank God for, especially for the opportunity to serve in this year’s F&B committee. It reminded me that I should serve God with a cheerful heart! All in all, God has indeed worked many wonders through this camp. All glory be to God! 
—Lois Quek, 16

Through this camp, I have learnt that we often use our own standard of righteousness to measure others ( judging) and I myself often do that, and by doing so, I have put myself above others, which is a sin. Instead we should measure ourselves by God’s standard of righteousness, but this does not give us a reason to judge others but rather, to reflect on ourselves and see the areas in which we can improve as a Christian.

I have also learnt that we should really treasure our siblings as they are unique and we should love them for who they are, as there is no perfect sibling, but rather, we should work to become the perfect sibling. I really take my siblings for granted and get irritated with them by the slightest things and even when they have been treating me well, thus I feel very guilty and would strive to become a better brother.

I have learnt that murder (issue of anger) can really strain relationships between family and friends, and when we get angry and seek revenge, evil thoughts fill our mind and we do what is not pleasing in God’s eyes. I feel that even if we are angry at someone and think of ways to have our revenge, and eventually do not carry it out, it is still a sin, and hence we should work towards a situation where even if someone angers us, our first reaction will be to forgive that person instead of having evil thoughts

I’ve made three resolutions for the coming year. First, to share the Gospel with at least 1 person by the end of March. Second, to be quick to forgive when someone makes me angry and to be more patient towards my brothers. Thirdly, to make Godly friends as I enter a new school environment next year. —Matthew Ang, 16

I have waited a long year for the LTF camp and now, it’s over. It was a very experience-filled camp as I grow even more mature. The messages were very engaging and that made me guiltier but I felt good being guilty. Even so, I got my weakness too. There was a boy who is a year younger than me and grows slower in terms of maturing. I felt disgusted about what I did to him during camp, questioning myself: “Why did I react this way? I shouldn’t react this way right?” I’ve learnt to be patient with people who are slower in learning. Another thing is the workshop. It reminded me of the expectations from different types of people in my life as an older brother. Although I know what’s expected of me, I didn’t fulfill what people wanted me to do. But after being reminded of that, I felt even guiltier treating my brother differently and that makes me want to repent.

It’s now a few weeks after the camp already and I’m sure I’m doing better than before. Thank God. Last but not least, the caroling. I thank God for giving me great voice to sing for the elderly in the hospital. Not only that, I sang with my heart too and made myself look more sincere. Eventually, most of the elderly became happier after seeing us coming to visit them with sincere hearts. Also, it took courage and initiative to shake hands and wish them blessed Christmas and a faster recovery too. I thank God for giving me a good time in LTF camp 2013. Looking forward to LTF camp 2014, with God’s help, I believe I will learn more next year. —Elvan Lau, 14

I’d really like to thank God for the camp this year. The messages, devotions, discussions and dorm devotions were very centered on salvation and tackled the issue that most teens face today—‘inheriting’ another’s faith. I felt that it was very apt for the teens as many of them do not have a personal relationship with Christ. This later in life translates to them being very confused about their own salvation, to having difficulty distinguishing between head knowledge and what they truly believe in.

Personally I was very encouraged by how some of the guys in my group were so interested in finding out more about the faith and to even share personally. This may seem like a very small thing, but to me it meant a lot because many a time in LTF, the guys especially do not share very personally because they do not see a need to and already know the ‘textbook answer’. I was especially blessed during the night activity cum dorm devotion time, where my dorm was willing to spend a large amount of the time having a discussion and sharing, over playing the card and board games that we had.

I also learnt in camp that being a good leader sometimes also entails reprimanding the committee. It is a good learning point for me as I feel that in today’s day and age we are all too concerned with being a ‘nice’ person or leader and forget sometimes that some key issues or problems must be dealt with and cannot just be looked over to be ‘nice’ and well liked.

I learnt a lot more this camp from the discussions and service than I did before. I really thank God for that as it made the whole camp a camp where I could learn something from every programme and not simply from the messages! —Theodore Lee, 16

I thank God for the privilege to serve Him in LTF camp this year. The camp committee started to plan and pray for the camp in March. Through these months of service, I have learnt many invaluable lessons & rebukes and experienced many joys and struggles. I found it difficult to lead the camp because I encountered many doubts, discouragements and struggles along the way, and had to also set aside time to serve God despite my heavy workload in JC. My greatest struggles were fears and doubts. Due to the lack of faith, I feared others’ thoughts and opinions of me, speaking in front of people and making decisions. Many a time, as I looked at my many inadequacies and introverted nature, I doubted my ability to serve Him as camp commandant. It was when I began to fear and doubt that I lost sight of God and forgot to anchor my faith in Him. But I thank God for the people around me, who encouraged me along, urging me to be sure and have faith in Him, and to not allow Satan’s greatest weapon of destruction: discouragement, to weigh down my service to God. I had received much guidance and instructions on how to plan the camp, from the adults and also from a really good, caring and patient camp advisor, Tabitha Lee, who helped me in many meetings, planning and decision-makings, and who encouraged me to look upward and not inward to find confidence in God. I received many comments along the way too and I found it the hardest to take in and be discerning of negative comments, but I thank God for showing me that the wounds of friends are faithful (Prov. 27:6).

God didn’t allow the 9 months of planning to be smooth and easy, but out of His grace, mercy and love, His almighty hands conducted all 5 days of camp smoothly and touched the lives of many teens.

I thank God for being very merciful to the people who prayed for the camp and towards us, the camp committee, in answering all our prayers. Looking back, the time we’ve set aside to meet up and pray weren’t in vain. The most memorable prayer session was the one held just a day before camp started where Uncle Ching Wah told us to kneel to God to prayer. Our legs were numb after praying for only 40min, and we were truly reminded of the people in the Bible who prayed for hours. Through the many answered prayers, I saw that it is very important to pray and ask God for help in everything.

During camp, every programme ran well and according to the planned schedule except for a few minor hiccups that God permitted in accordance to His will. On Wednesday, the buses scheduled to bring the campers to St. Luke’s hospital were delayed by 30 minutes, and we expected everything to be pushed back and to have less time for carolling. However, everything worked out better than we thought, as God has promised. Had the buses arrived on time, they wouldn’t have a parking space in Beulah due to the ongoing construction, which ended just before their arrival. Moreover, not only did we spend the waiting time singing and practicing Christmas carols (something which the campers enjoyed), but the remaining time left for carolling in St. Luke’s hospital was more than sufficient for many said that they were tired after singing for 2 hours. After carolling, the buses also returned to church on time. God also answered our prayers for good weather. On Friday, He held back the rain and only allowed it to pour after our wet games, enabling the campers to have a great time playing together.

I’m also really encouraged by the testimony of all the helpers- discussion group leaders, F&B aunties & adult advisors, who took time off their busy schedule to help out in camp and for their love, patience and prayers for all the campers. I thank God for all their labour of love and hard work, many of which were done behind the scenes. I thank God also for all the speakers, Uncle Chien Chong, Rev Calvin and Aunty Trudy, and for God who spoke so mightily through them, convicting many of us of our sins.

Due to my area of service in this camp, I expected myself to be extremely busy during camp. However, during camp, not only did I have the time to learn much from His Word, but I also benefitted a lot from the discussions which I participated in. The Punchinello story brought me much tears as I realised how I was so enslaved in pleasing others to get ‘stars’ and fearful of ‘dots’ from people such that I forgot that what God thinks of me matters more than others’ opinions. I thank God for teaching me to be more concerned with glorifying Him than in being proven right or portraying a good image to please others. God also taught me to be less judgmental, more considerate & more loving to the people around me.

Thank God! For it is indeed out of His grace and mercy that He has made unworthy vessels like us, cleaned and fitted for His use, in different areas in camp. All praise and glory be to the Lord for it was His all-powerful hands working in the entire camp! —Johannah Koh, 17

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Watchnight Service 
(with Holy Communion)

31 Dec 13 (Tue), 10.30 pm - 12.00 am

“Behold, the Bridegroom Comes!”

(Mat 25:1-13) by Rev Quek Keng Khwang

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ERBL LECTURES (JAN-MAY 14) : Expanded to Day Lectures!

Day Time Course Lecturer

Mon 7.30 - 9.30 pm OT Survey II Rev Charles Seet

Tue 10 - 12.00 pm Basic Greek II Rev Ho Chee Lai

Wed 10 - 12.00 pm Theology of Prayer Rev Isaac Ong

Thu 10 - 12.00 pm 2 Corinthians Rev Isaac Ong

7.30 - 9.30 pm NT Survey II Rev Ho Chee Lai

Fri 10 - 12.00 pm Nouthetic Counselling Rev Dr Jack Sin

Lectures begin on 6 Jan 14. Place completed registration forms with payment in the box.


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1) Catechism Class for Easter Baptism on 20 Apr 14 commences next Sunday at Beulah Centre Rm 5-4, 9.30 am. Those seeking baptism, reaffirmation of faith and transfer of membership must attend the catechism Class.

2) Missions Committee Update: We thank God for Dn Lim Pin’s faithful service as our honorary Missions Field Representative (MFR) for the last two years. With effect from 1 Jan 2014, Dn Mark Heah will take over the role of MFR.

3) Sunday School Bookprize Voucher Redemption. You can still redeem your vouchers at Fide Vitae bookshop located at 304 Serangoon Ave 2 #01-04 S(550304). Visit their website: http://shop.fv.sg.   Call Tel: 62837576 for opening hours or email resources@fv.sg.

4) Scripture Memory Verse Review No. 6. A written review exercise of the verses is obtainable at the front counter. Review Nos. 1-5 are also available for those who missed them. Please submit by 12 Jan 14.

5) The Life B-P Church Camp will be held from 16 to 19 June 2014 at Awana Genting, West Malaysia.  Dr John J Davis will be preaching on the theme “Called unto Holiness.”  Please book your leave early to avoid disappointment. Registration begins early 2014.

6) Scripture Memory Verses 2014: “O Taste and See that the LORD is Good”. Memory verse booklets are available at the front counter.

Preaching appointment: Rev Wong at Life Evening Service, 6.00 pm.

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