We plan to begin church services Sunday, June 7 at 9 am.

Bible study will be Wednesday mornings at 9:30 am and Thursday nights at 6:30. 

Our leadership team has a plan for how our church will respond and follow the CDC guidelines. 

We expect that the overall attendance will be light as people naturally are cautious and careful about opening things up too quickly. 

If you have a fever or symptoms, stay home and seek medical attention.

Do not attend if you have been in contact with anyone who has Covid 19 in the past 21 days. If you are not feeling well, stay home and watch the service online. We will continue to stream the service on Facebook and Vimeo. It will be posted on YouTube and available on Roku afterward.  There is no pressure to attend if you want to be cautious. 

Wearing a mask will be required. We will practice social distancing (6 feet).

Families will sit together. Please do not hug, shake hands etc. with anyone besides your family members. 

There will be no childcare. Children will sit with family at all times. An activity pack will be provided for each child. Please keep it in your trunk and bring it each Sunday. 

There will be no refreshments or coffee. Water bottles will be provided. 

The building will be kept clean and sanitized. Hand sanitizer will be provided but please bring it with you if you have it.

Let’s work together to love our neighbors.

We’re looking forward to meeting again and hope to see you soon.

Subject: MAY 10, 2020 - Daily Devotions - May The LORD Bless You Richly


Dear Father, when doubts and fears overwhelm me, help me remember I’m precious in Your sight. You’re always in control, and You care for me.


 How precious also are Your thoughts to me, O God!

How vast is the sum of them!

Psalm 139:17 NAS95







Doubt and Faith

The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised.

Job 1:21

READ JOB 1:20–22; 2:7–10

Ming Teck woke up with a severe headache and thought it was another migraine. But when he got out of bed, he collapsed onto the floor. He was admitted to the hospital where the doctors informed him he’d had a stroke. After four months of rehabilitation, he recovered his ability to think and talk but still walks with a painful limp. He often struggles with despair, but he finds great comfort from the book of Job.

Job lost all his wealth and his children overnight. Despite the harrowing news, he at first looked to God in hope and praised Him for being the source of everything. He acknowledged God’s sovereign hand even in times of calamity (Job 1:21). We marvel at his strong faith, but Job also struggled with despair. After he lost his health too (2:7), he cursed the day he was born (3:1). He was honest with his friends and God about his pain. Eventually, however, he came to accept that both good and bad come from God’s hand (13:15; 19:25-27).

In our sufferings, we too may find ourselves vacillating between despair and hope, doubt and faith. God doesn’t require us to be dauntless in the face of adversity but instead invites us to come to Him with our questions. Though our faith may fail at times, we can trust God to always be faithful.

By Poh Fang Chia




It Is Not Fanatical to Love God Supremely

While ye have light, believe in the light, that ye may be the children of light.... John 12:36

One of the marks of our modern time is the fact that many are guilty of merely "nibbling" at the truth of the Christian gospel.

If the cross of Jesus Christ means what it should to us and we know that we must carry it and die on it and then rise and live above it, we will have a constant desire to advance and gain spiritual ground!

The nervous people who want to put on the brakes, who feel the necessity for restraint in matters of spiritual desire and yearning for perfection, often use the expression, "Let's not get fanatical about this."

I can only ask: Is it fanaticism to want to go on until you can perfectly love God and perfectly praise Him?

Is it fanatical to find divine joy leaping up within your heart? Is it fanatical to find the willingness within your heart to say, "Yes, Lord! Yes, Lord!" and thus live daily in the will of God so that you are living in heaven while you are living on the earth?

If this is fanaticism, then it is the fanaticism of the Old Testament patriarchs and the Law; it is the fanaticism of the psalmist and of the prophets and the New Testament writers, as well!

Renewed Day by Day: Volume 1.










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