Category: Praiselines

01

Jan2017
Reaching out from Katong Praise the Lord for Living Praise Presbyterian Church (LPPC) for God’s faithfulness in blessing LPPC all these years. Praise the Lord for His leading and guidance for the pastors, elders and deacons and the growth of LPPC. Praise the Lord for establishing LPPC 25 years ago and that LPPC ... Read More

25

Dec2016
How time flies! In a few days’ time 2016 will come to an end and a new year begins. I feel as if I have just started 2016 not too long ago, and now it’s almost over. I guess at this time of the year many people will be reviewing the ... Read More

18

Dec2016
The Bible says that Christians, as God’s disciples, will produce much fruit, John 15:8 “This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.” So I would like to take this opportunity to let more people know about Jesus through my journey in ... Read More

18

Dec2016
My first encounter with Christianity was during an 80s Jackie Chan movie. The priest was an ang moh (Caucasian), and he was talking about repentance and God’s love to his fellowmen in a rally. Thus, my first impression was, it’s an ang moh god. The god that was portrayed seemed different ... Read More

18

Dec2016
I was born a Taoist/Buddhist. However, I became an atheist some time later. Once, I was a rebel against God, living for myself godlessly. I shunned workers of God trying to reach me. In my vain pride, I disputed the Word with fallacies of science. Yet God still loved me and ... Read More

18

Dec2016
Hi, I am Cynthia. When I was a little girl, my uncle brought me to my cousin’s Sunday school. At that time I thought I was a Christian until my Secondary school classmates brought me to a gospel rally where I learnt that Jesus died for my sins and I ... Read More

18

Dec2016
Life before becoming a Christian I was brought up in a Buddhist family and didn’t question what religion was all about. Back then, I knew that my family would go to the temples on occasions to pray, and I would just follow them even though I wasn’t quite sure what was ... Read More

18

Dec2016
How did I come to know about Christ? Having enrolled into a Christian school (KCPPS), they always have a chapel service as part of their school curriculum programme. So the name Jesus is definitely not strange to me because during chapel, we always hear from (Uncle) Stanley and Reverend Goh ... Read More

18

Dec2016
Growing up in a family of Christians, I used to feel that living my life as one was a set condition that I had to meet and not a choice on my part. It always felt that to be a part of the Tan Family automatically meant that I had ... Read More

18

Dec2016
While studying in Anglican High Secondary School in 1994, there were compulsory Bible classes and occassional worship sessions in the school chapel. I became a Christian through my classmate Kevin. However, I was not rooted in the word of God and I can only vaguely remember watching a movie on ... Read More

18

Dec2016
My parents are not Christians; however, this didn’t stop them from sending me to Christian schools since Kindergarten. I can still remember I played the role of Mary (sitting still) holding a toy baby in my arms for my K2 Christmas Celebration. I attended a Christian Primary school, I was blessed ... Read More

18

Dec2016
The Bible says that Christians, as God’s disciples, will produce much fruit, John 15:8 “This is to my Father’s glory, that you bear much fruit, showing yourselves to be my disciples.” So I would like to take this opportunity to let more people know about Jesus through my journey in becoming a ... Read More

11

Dec2016
The Bible records for us in the gospel of Matthew how the wise men presented baby Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. What strange gifts indeed to give to a newborn baby! While there are many theories ... Read More

04

Dec2016
I'm fussy when it comes to Christmas trees. I like mine a certain way—no less than six feet (1.8m) tall, boughs filled out with green needly foliage, handmade ornaments, and twinkling (not flashing!) lights. Never mind that I live in ... Read More

27

Nov2016
One of the most difficult things to do is to be thankful when unfortunate events or bad things happen to us. Most likely, we will be worried, angry, upset and frustrated! Do you agree? Matthew Henry, a pastor in the 1600s, had the misfortune to be robbed by thieves one ... Read More

20

Nov2016
Every time when I listened to the story of how God commissioned Joshua to lead the people of Israel to cross the Jordan River into Canaan, I can’t help but think of the group of about 40 people from Katong Presbyterian Church (KPC) who responded to a call to do ... Read More

13

Nov2016
In my HDB block, you kind of know when it’s Monday. One of my neighbours living on another floor has been known to guide lost visitors, “You’re looking for the pastor’s flat, is it?” Others have remarked on the ... Read More

06

Nov2016
“Would you like to upsize? It’s just 50 cents more.” Those words echoed in my head as I stood at the fast food counter weighing the options. In the end I declined and proceeded with my original order of ... Read More

30

Oct2016
What is a Christian? How does one become a Christian? Have we been asked by someone who is a non-believer such questions? The Bible has some words to help us think of the answers. Of course, we have the answer that a Christian is a person who has accepted Jesus Christ ... Read More

23

Oct2016
One key highlight in the Sunday School calendar is Children’s Day celebration. This year is no exception. The theme of this year’s Children’s Day celebration is ”The Jungle King”. A hilarious skit by the young adults kickstarted the programme on 9 October. Acting as different animals, the young adults vied for ... Read More