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A meditation on Ps 42

A meditation on Ps 42

Psalm 42 teaches us how to speak to our soul and teach our hearts to hope in God.

Christian joy: its elusiveness and pursuit

Christian joy: its elusiveness and pursuit

Marie Kondo has recently introduced the phrase “spark joy” into popular speech. Christians often speak about joy too, but what does it really mean? What if I’m not really feeling the joy of Christ now? What if He just isn’t sparking joy for me? Does it mean that I’m not a Christian, and what should I do?

Is this your struggle? Has it crossed your mind before? If so, you are not alone.

How to "One-on-One"

How to "One-on-One"

One-on-one. Life-on-life.

Perhaps you’ve heard these phrases used to describe Christian discipleship. But what exactly should one do when we meet another?

It’s not that difficult, and a lot of it is quite intuitive. Here, we’ve split it into 3 categories: before, during and after the meeting.

A New Taste For Heaven

A New Taste For Heaven

“I didn’t really get it. All my life growing up, I have only known God to be an idea, formed out of Christian vocabulary and descriptions I hear at church, and fuzzy memories of “Bible bedtime stories”.”

In this post, Christina, who attends Fellowship, shares with us her journey of Bible reading and discovering the riches in God’s Word.

Awesome vs. average joy

Awesome vs. average joy

What do we do when the Christian life feels less than awesome? This is a common question that we all struggle with and here, we’re taking a deeper look at what the Bible says joy is, how we are to experience it, and also what are some obstacles in our lives.

God designed us women and men

God designed us women and men

There is much confusion outside the church and also within the church about God’s design for gender. Too often we subject ourselves to cultural norms, either in the secular sense, or also within the church. It is important to wrestle with what the Bible says.

Carrying Out Gospel-infused Conversations (Part 2)

Carrying Out Gospel-infused Conversations (Part 2)

God has made us all different, and has placed us in different places but for one purpose -- to bring the good news of Jesus to people wherever we are. In this blog post, we speak with Matthew Seah, who has just completed National Service. He reflects on lessons learnt about talking to his peers about God in his years as a student and a soldier. We hope that this encourages you to do the same with your friends and platoon mates wherever you are! 

Carrying Out Gospel-infused Conversations (Part 1)

Carrying Out Gospel-infused Conversations (Part 1)

Work is such a big part of life and Christians often talk about sharing the gospel in the workplace, or trying to reach out to the friends and colleagues, but how? How can we begin some of these conversations? Today we speak with Kiyoko, who shares with us how she has tried to have gospel conversations with friends and colleagues.

Surprising weakness and a glorious God

Surprising weakness and a glorious God

Who are the people that God uses? In Acts 4, we realise that the early disciples were fishermen! Yet they spoke with a surprising clarity. What can we learn from this? 

Guard the deposit!

Guard the deposit!

How do we follow Jesus in the mundane things in life? In this new blog series, we'll explore how we can be disciples every day and fight for obedience in faith in the seemingly small things. We'll begin with reflecting on Paul's words to young Timothy.