Weekend Devotions for COVID-19 is a series of spiritually encouraging and strengthening messages shared by Pastor Vincent and Preacher Hui Jun in replacement of our Saturday English Service, which has been halted in line with the government directives during this period of pandemic.

New weekly devotions will be published every Saturday and Sunday at 5 PM (Singapore Time). So stay tuned to our space for updates.

  • In this era where we are living in, merits, successes, results and outlooks are what people tend to tie in with what is considered good. Thus, it adds a lot of pressure on what it means by having a good self image and self worth. Let us ree

  • Singaporeans wake up to a newly elected Government today. The bible has instructed us to intercede for them so that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. Find out how should we pray for this government of ours.

  • How has these few months shaped your faith? We have been through some times of wait, stagnancy and new terrains we have yet tread upon. Many of us may have returned to a “new normal”, but the after effects of the Circuit Breaker and restric

  • When election draws near, our mind and emotions can easily be drawn to political causes. Yet, we are taught to see politics with perspectives, and not be drawn into it. Most importantly, we are given a kingdom not of this world. So how shou

  • Struggles isn’t a term that is new to anyone. At almost every point in life, we will meet some form of difficulty. Many will find different ways to cope, such as the avoidance method, the distraction method or seeking out ways to resolve on

  • When church are allowed to resume physical gatherings, what we are battling with now is the apprehension, reluctance and habitual idleness of the heart. Besides there could be difficulties and constraints of all kinds. So how do we as Chris

  • Humans get easily bored and are on a constant search for novelty. Yet, ordinariness is a test, as it exposes how much we truly value God and is content with Him alone. It is easy to feel high and connected to God, when He showers us with sp

  • COVID-19 has made most people fearful and uncertain about the economy. Yet the Bible teaches about godliness with contentment. If we learn such contentment, we will not be brought to such a fearful state in an economic crisis. Lastly, fin

  • We tend to feel that the problems humans face are only marital, financial, health, psychological, interpersonal relationship issues, etc., because those are what we can feel, see and observe consciously. Thus, we try our best to address tho

  • The gospel definitely embraces attributes of humanity. But the gospel in essence is nothing human, to start with. It is not about the good works of men. It has nothing to do with philanthropic ideas. It is not even about the love which you

  • Have social distancing created a "new norm" in our lives? Is everything going to be done remotely through the computer from now on? Does people shun commuting to work? Are people leaning towards less interaction? Are online services going t

  • We all love freedom, but are we ready for freedom? The taste of freedom is sweet, yet, how we use freedom is also very important. If freedom is not used wisely, it may become harmful. Is freedom just about seeking our own happiness and doin

  • Grace is not always obvious, especially when we are stuck in a situation we do not wish to be in, just like this "new normal" under the pandemic that we have to adjust to. Yet, what grace does God have for us? Can we recognize His grace in

  • "Competent or incompetent leaders are shown through a crisis". Is that a fair statement? How do we recognize leadership? Find out how God's leadership must reign in a crisis, and how HE chooses and develops leadership in His church.

  • In this COVID-19 situation, one lingering question in our minds is, "How long more will this last?" God's people of the past had asked the same question. How does God address this pressing concern? What hope does He offer when the waiting g

  • One of the things that Covid_19 has compelled us to learn involuntarily is to slow down. Now, think about what could be the most detrimental culture a first world nation has done to us. Some say it’s a post-modernist thinking, some say it’s

  • We tend to dream about a different reality from our current one, and in our prayers, we always like to ask God to change our unpleasant circumstances. But sometimes, God does not change our circumstances until He changes us, especially our

  • Every time when Calamity or Pandemic struck the world, the human mind will be drawn to the causality. “Who brought about this Calamity, what resulted in this Pandemic?” And of course, the study of science will only restrict us to a natural

  • Family is the dearest to us, yet as we spend longer hours than usual with our families during this circuit breaker, we may need to deal with more tensions. However, important lessons and new divine grace are also in store for us. Since God

  • As COVID-19 becomes widespread, what is one that one common nature you could see among men? Pride. Blames and criticisms go around also, leaders get defensive, while well intentioned people try to offer solutions. Find out why are these pri

  • “What if…?” is a question that always pops into our minds. Consequently, we will become highly anxious and fearful, if we fail to guard our hearts. Fear likes to ask, “What if”, but faith says, “Even if”. Certainly, our God can stop this pa

  • Why is the circuit breaker so difficult for us? What does it show us about our sin? How can we face it with God's help?

  • No matter how remarkable a person is, man cannot control his own destiny. Because there are at least two things which man cannot control: Time and Chance. Only when a person comes to terms with this reality, then he will not over-rely on hi

  • The question in most people's mind now is if God is both sovereign and good, why did He ordain the current pandemic which brought about so much hardships and deaths? Find out what great things HE could be doing beyond the goodness we percei

  • The COVID-19 pandemic tears down man's idols. We trust in medical science, yet it offers no cure for the novel coronavirus; we worship wise human leaders and experts, yet they are helpless in the face of one very contagious virus; we run af

  • If we leave things to chance or put our hopes in man, what hope can they be? In a pandemic, everyone's guess is as good as one another. Yet, be reminded that God did not leave His loved ones and His promises offer true hope in the most dire

  • Let us put our trust and hope in this risen Lord Jesus who conquered humans’ worst enemy – death, and He too can give His believers eternal life and sufficient grace to deal with every good or bad encounter on earth.

  • I believe God our Father will not want His children to fear in whatsoever situation, and the most often mentioned negative prohibition by our Jesus in His ministry on earth is: “Fear not”. “Do no fear, do not be afraid”. You hear this all t

  • As we take the necessary precautions against the COVID-19 pandemic, there is one important precaution which Christians cannot neglect. The Bible reminds us that if we are afraid of what can kill our body, we should be even more afraid of wh

  • With the spread of the coronavirus, many hearts are unsettled, and it grows by the day with news of infection and death rates rising. In these times, what is God revealing to us and what is God pointing us to? Let us renew our perspective a