A Christian without a church is a contradiction: all believers belong in God’s household with other Christians. In his weekend message, Choong Tsih-Ming encouraged the congregation to build lasting relationships with…
This year’s UNVEIL conference, Breaking Free, focused on the topic of pornography, addressing important issues such as how sexual addiction happens, and what to do to break free of it. At…
Why do we worship? Is it a comfortable routine we have all grown used to? What is one’s true purpose for worship? This City News writer shares her innermost thoughts.…
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At the final church service of 2018, Pastor Bobby Chaw delivered an encouraging message to City Harvest Church members to be strong and patient in the Lord in 2019. The final…
After a four-year hiatus, the Emerge Varsity camp returned with a bang this January.
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CHC’s Filipino Ministry celebrated the end of 2017 with a colorful carnival.
A City News writer shares her reflection on Supernatural 17, a meeting organised by several pastoral zones in City Harvest Church.
City Harvest Church went on a 72-hour period of fasting, praying and praising God, believing for a breakthrough.
At City Harvest Church’s 27th anniversary, senior pastor Kong Hee established the importance of having a vision from God, and the power that comes with it.
The recent gospel concert by City Harvest Dialect Church proved an entertaining, encouraging and uplifting time for its elderly members.
About Beverly Ng
Like most of the population, Beverly Ng is short-sighted. But that does not mean she lacks a vision from God. Blessings come in many forms, but to her, it's most evident in boxes of Ferrero Rocher, a high metabolism, and time and space to write. She currently holds a job in digital marketing, while serving avidly in LEI Zone and City News.
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Two City Harvesters were in the top 20 at the recent SPOP! Sing competition. We speak to Sherman Toh and Jessica Lim about their experience on the biggest Mandarin song…
This year’s Easter service saw many giving their hearts to Jesus in the midst of City Harvest Church’s most difficult season.