The married couples in the zone led by Ong Wei Ren had a glimpse of an upcoming ministry in City Harvest Church in a marriage workshop conducted by Pastor Jeremy…
Find your faith level is dropping without onsite church services? We share with you some Instagram accounts to follow that will inject faith in you every day. Faith comes by…
As the fight against COVID-19 intensifies, how is Singapore adapting to the evolving battlefield? City News speaks to an operations officer at the Community Isolation Facility (CIF) at the Singapore…
Brian Johnson of Bethel Music wrote of his experiences with anxiety and panic attacks throughout his life, that culminated in his breakthrough in a recent major episode, in this book…
Bishop Dale Bronner empowered the men of City Harvest Church with a word on how the past prepares one for the future.
Fresh off the fire of the recent youth conference, Emerge Varsity’s inter-varsity event Race To Dawn was a smash success.
How one woman was led by God to leave behind an empty existence of parties and drinking and start a new life of worship.
Do not let the “second voice” thwart the purposes of God for His Kingdom and your life, preached Dr. John Avanzini last weekend.
Church & Missions
City Harvest Church’s dialect service held an evangelistic meeting featuring Taiwanese worship…
Couple Eric and Careen Wong put Jesus at the center of their successful music business.
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Emerge Conference 2019 welcomed Erwin McManus, the lead pastor of Mosaic Church in Los Angeles, whose messages inspired the youth and challenged their mindsets. Over the weekend, he preached two…
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