City Harvest bids farewell to its beloved Tree of Life—a meeting point and seating structure that has welcomed members for five years.
Though she always wanted to act, God paved the way for Belinda Lee to become an award-winning host. Finally, she got the role that God set aside for her: playing a breast cancer patient in last year’s MediaCorp series BRA. She shares with City News her remarkable experience.
Happy 2018! We thought it would be fun to look back on 2017—widely touted as a horrible year by many—and uncover some bright spots of the recently departed year that sets us on the right footing for 2018.
How do you encourage yourself to let go of bitterness in your life? City News offers some verses that may help.
Based on the best-selling book of the same title, the film The Case For Christ brings you on Lee Strobel’s journey to finding the truth behind Jesus’ death and resurrection. When her daughter almost died from choking on a sweet, Leslie Strobel found herself face-to-face with the reality of God. Feeling the need to find […]
The CHC Dialect Service saw its largest-ever turnout at its recent Oldies Concert—abundantly above what pastor Maria Tok imagined.
“The anointing is looking for a vessel,” said CHC pastor Wu Yuzhuang on the first night of the Emerge Conference.
“God can turn your penalty into a blessing,” preached CHC’s executive pastor, Bobby Chaw last weekend.
Bishop Dale Bronner returned to City Harvest Church with a lesson to learn from birds, and a lesson to learn about seeds.