Monthly Archives: November 2010

Sermon for the memorial service for the late Mr. Vicente

Be strong and courageous! Vicente Inocencio was born in Philippines in 1948. It was the time when the Imperialism was defeated and retreated from their rule over all the South East Asia as well as from North East Asia. It … Continue reading

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Law, Sin, and Grace

Law, Sin, and Grace Grace is offered to the sinners. Without sin, nobody needs grace.  On the other hand, sinners are sinners because of the law. Without law, nobody becomes a sinner. In this sense, law, sin, and grace always … Continue reading

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Prayer for the Homeless Memorial Service

Prayer for the Homeless Memorial Service Today we had the 6th annual memorial service for the homeless people who passed away this year. 37 times, names were called when we lit the candles and ring the bells for each one … Continue reading

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Making Disicples of Jesus to transform the world

Making Disciples to Transform the World: 3VPS   Introduction When we ask people “what do you think is the meaning of being a Christian?” we can hear many answers. I wonder what would be your answer. “It means for my … Continue reading

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Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 6:1-15

Sermon in a nutshell: Matthew 6:1-15 Today, we remember all the saints who passed away this year among our church family members. They are all in our hearts not because of their achievements but because of their love for us … Continue reading

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Fear Not!

Fear Not! Do you know what the one commandment that Jesus said in the Bible most frequently is? The answer is:”Fear not!” If we find the second most important one, that would be “Believe!” Do you know why? Because Satan … Continue reading

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Evangelism 1-2-3

Evangelism 1-2-3 Great Commandment is this: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: … Continue reading

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