Sound-bite Christianity Sound-bite Christianity

Sound-bite Christianity

This article explores the impact of sound-bites on Christians in our post-modern world. Specifically, it analyses some examples of popular sound-bites to understand the mechanics of deception.

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The War on Faith The War on Faith

The War on Faith

Christians may not be aware of this but a critical war is being waged against biblical faith. Today’s Christians would do well to wise up to the strategy of the enemy and to strengthen the embattled remains of the Church’s defenses.

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The Subversion of a Nation The Subversion of a Nation

The Subversion of a Nation

How Israel lost the war even as they seemed to be winning the battles. Reflections on contemporary Christianity.

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What is your community like? What is your community like?

What is your community like?

It was our first Church service at First Baptist Vancouver Church. After the beautiful time of worship – accompanied by three most unusual instrumental combination – piano, trombone and accordion, the Senior Pastor stood up to greet the congregation.

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Daniel Wee

Sound-bite Christianity

Sound-bite Christianity

This article explores the impact of sound-bites on Christians in our post-modern world. Specifically, it analyses some examples of popular sound-bites to understand the mechanics of deception.

May 21, 2012

Terry Wong

The results of praying for evangelical scholarship

The results of praying for evangelical scholarship

An article which illustrates the value of a longterm vision, the importance of good scholarship in biblical/theological studies and how much every Bible-believing church has benefited from the work of good theologians, whatever our views of theological academic studies may be.

Aug 26, 2011

Joseph Chean

What is your community like?

What is your community like?

It was our first Church service at First Baptist Vancouver Church. After the beautiful time of worship – accompanied by three most unusual instrumental combination – piano, trombone and accordion, the Senior Pastor stood up to greet the congregation.

Sep 14, 2011

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God has sent us the nations…

God has sent us the nations…

Missions “inside out.” This video reminds us of our responsibilities to the nations… here. … more

Sep 15, 2011

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Sound-bite Christianity

Sound-bite Christianity

This article explores the impact of sound-bites on Christians in our post-modern world. Specifically, it analyses some examples of popular sound-bites to understand the mechanics of deception.

The War on Faith

The War on Faith

Christians may not be aware of this but a critical war is being waged against biblical faith. Today’s Christians would do well to wise up to the strategy of the enemy and to strengthen the embattled remains of the Church’s defenses.

The Subversion of a Nation

The Subversion of a Nation

How Israel lost the war even as they seemed to be winning the battles. Reflections on contemporary Christianity.

Setting Up for the Long Haul: Establishing Boundaries

Setting Up for the Long Haul: Establishing Boundaries

Have you ever wished that someone would have warned you concerning some of the major pitfalls in ministry? Rhett Smith attempts to do just that with this article on the private life of the minister.

God has sent us the nations…

God has sent us the nations…

Missions “inside out.” This video reminds us of our responsibilities to the nations… here. … more

What is your community like?

What is your community like?

It was our first Church service at First Baptist Vancouver Church. After the beautiful time of worship – accompanied by three most unusual instrumental combination – piano, trombone and accordion, the Senior Pastor stood up to greet the congregation.

My 10 Questions – John Maxwell

My 10 Questions – John Maxwell

A talk delivered by John Maxwell at the recent Hillsong Conference. Inspiring and helpful for leaders

Perceptions of the Church (Part 1)

Perceptions of the Church (Part 1)

We make quite a number of assumptions about people when it comes to formulating our evangelistic strategies but are those assumptions correct? I conducted a survey to find out more precisely how people perceive the church.

The results of praying for evangelical scholarship

The results of praying for evangelical scholarship

An article which illustrates the value of a longterm vision, the importance of good scholarship in biblical/theological studies and how much every Bible-believing church has benefited from the work of good theologians, whatever our views of theological academic studies may be.

We’ve been here before and there is a way back – Jonathan Sacks

We’ve been here before and there is a way back – Jonathan Sacks

I have always found Rabbi Jonathan Sacks writings helpful. Read here his hopeful commentary on the recent riots in UK. Think about its relevance for us here in Singapore.