We don’t attend the church. We are the Church! This last sermon in The Church series talked about importance of becoming a body of Christ and a family of believers in a true meaning of this word.
Worshiping God is very different in other countries. In Canada, we take a lot of things for granted. Our fellow Christians have to go through a lot of hardships just to able to come to church on Sundays. Raj and Ronnie Paul, from one of our sister churches in India, talked today about what it means to live a life of a disciple in certain parts of India.
Today, at Thanksgiving services we had a few people from our congregation share out things they are thankful for. Michael and Emily Singhs concluded the service by sharing the communion message.
Several times in the Bible the community of believers is compared to an army and the spiritual struggle to war. What lessons for our lives can we draw from these parallels?
Church is a family. What does this mean in practice? Do we call someone brother or sister because we forgot their names or there’s deeper meaning to our relationship?
How has Biblical understanding of temple changed? What did Jesus mean when he was saying about destruction of the temple and what can modern-day disciples learn from His words?
The Bible uses many metaphors to describe the church. The most dominant one used by the apostle Paul is ‘the body’. Today we discuss how beautifully the church could display the manifold wisdom of God when we strive to live in this manner.
What is Church? What is your role in it? This Sunday sermon by Tony Singh kicks off a new series on the vision that God had for His church.
Jesus emphasized the importance of “remaining in the vine” for a fulfilling life in Christ. Abiding in Christ. What does that mean? And how can we know that our we abide in Christ in our daily lives?
What does it mean to be a part of the vine?