Evangelist Billy Graham preached to an estimated 2.2 billion people—more than any preacher in the history of Christianity. On February 21, 2018, he went home to be with the Lord. The name Billy Graham is known throughout the world, to believers and non-believers alike. He was recognized as the world’s most influential preacher. Born November […]
Momentum. This simple word is what CHC executive pastor Aries Zulkarnian wants the church to work on as 2018 begins.
Zoe Choo is a City Harvest Church member who waves flags as a form of worship. She shares how God led her to this unusual practice.
In his study of Numbers 5, City Harvest Church’s executive pastor Bobby Chaw taught the church how to resolve bitterness in life.
The CHC Dialect Service saw its largest-ever turnout at its recent Oldies Concert—abundantly above what pastor Maria Tok imagined.
City Harvest Church has entered into a season of seeking God and encountering His presence, and members of the church are responding by going deeper in their personal devotion.
God is both transcendent and immanent, a “High and Lofty One” but yet He lives among man to uplift those with a contrite and humble spirit,” taught Bobby Chaw in his teaching on Numbers 4.
On the weekend before National Day, Aries Zulkarnain taught the church how to learn from their miracles.
Christians have much to learn from Obed-Edom, an enemy turned servant in the presence of God, taught CHC’s executive pastor Bobby Chaw.
Bobby Chaw continues his message on Numbers, focusing on the ministry of the priests and Levites.