Month: November 2020

Church Communication and Update

Dear BPWAians, Last week, we conducted a church communication immediately following both our English and Chinese Worship Services to update worshippers on some items relating to queries raised during our recent Annual Congregational Meeting. As we have learned how important our bulletin records are for what happens in the church, I felt that it is important to pen this summary. This week, I will cover

Fulfilling the Great Commandment (Part 2)

Dear BPWAians, Today we will remind ourselves of what it means to fulfil the first of all the commandments with respect to loving the LORD our God with all our minds and with all our strength. With all thy mind. The mind of the believer is a critical part in the Christian walk, “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by

Fulfilling the Great Commandment

Dear BPCWAians, After spending many months studying the first of all the commandments on Tuesday nights, I felt that it is important to summarize this series so that we do not lose sight of this commandment. It is a commandment that encapsulates our obedience of the first half of the Ten Commandments, what we should gladly obey till the day we leave this earth, and

A Holiday Bible Program with a difference

 Dear BPCWAians, As announced in the bulletin today, registration for the Holiday Bible Program (HBP) begins next week. This program will be conducted in the mornings from 4-6 January next year. Much effort is ongoing in the planning of this program for your children. The planning for this year’s program comes with many headaches due to COVID-19 restrictions, but I feel that it is important

Reformation and Counter Reformation

Dear BPCWAians, We have just commemorated the 1517 Reformation last Sunday and in this pastoral, I wish to provide some clear evidence that the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) has not changed. Many today assert that we need to forget the past and reunite with “Mother Church” from which they claim that we came out of. They say this because they think that the Roman Catholic