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Why Did Jesus Die: Reflections from A Christ-Centered, God-Glorifying, God’s-Story Perspective

Why Did Jesus Die: Reflections from A Christ-Centered, God-Glorifying, God’s-Story Perspective (Source: iStock/Getty Images Plus) Good Friday is approaching, and all Christians around the world will be celebrating this event again! As a way of commemorating Christ’s death for us, let me take this opportunity to share my recent reflections … Continue reading

Posted on 8th April 2020


New Role, New Beginnings

Robyn and I left Malaysia for seminary on the 31st of July 2015 and returned on the 1st of January 2020. That’s four and half years away in the US. We enjoyed our time at Southern Seminary tremendously, but we know that our time there was only for a season. The goal has always been Continue reading

Robyn and I left Malaysia for seminary on the 31st of July 2015 and returned on the 1st of January 2020. That’s four and half years away in the US. We enjoyed our time at Southern Seminary tremendously, but we know that our time there was only for a season. The goal has always been

Posted on 25th March 2020


A reflection for 2020: Oh beware, beware of being the halfway “Christian”

A reflection for 2020: Oh beware, beware of being the halfway “Christian”. I benefited a lot from the Matthew series that CERC went through last year. And as we were tying up our Growth Group (GG) studies on the book of Matthew, I had a few key reflections – one … Continue reading

Posted on 23rd March 2020


Do you know God?

Do you know God? Have you ever had past experiences where a “friend” took something you said entirely out of context, told others, and completely misrepresented your character? Maybe a “friend” took something you said or did in one isolated, nuanced incident and announced it to the entire world, as … Continue reading

Posted on 3rd March 2020


Holding fast to Christ through sickness

Holding fast to Christ through sickness A year ago, June Wong a member of CERC, received the news which confirmed her suspicion of the lump she felt on her neck — she was diagnosed with cancer. “The doctors told me that it was Stage 3 throat cancer and that I … Continue reading

Posted on 20th February 2020


Approaching Chinese New Year with reflections from Matthew

Approaching Chinese New Year with reflections from Matthew Brace yourselves… Chinese New Year, or CNY for short, is coming soon! I’m not sure how you feel about CNY, but for me, it’s a holiday I look forward to every year because of what it means for me: family, friends, angpaos … Continue reading

Posted on 24th January 2020


Kaylee: What was there to be thankful for when Jesus died for me on the cross?

Kaylee: What was there to be thankful for when Jesus died for me on the cross? I came to Christ Evangelical Reformed Church (CERC) as a boisterous, socially-deprived, hormonal thirteen-year-old with little regard for God. I always thought that being in a Christian family, going to church, and occasionally reading … Continue reading

Posted on 14th January 2020


#WeAreCERC ft Pele Palasundram

Pele Palasundram currently manages a team of engineers at Yokogawa, but here in CERC we know him for his humble, down-to-earth attitude, along with his witty charm. Born and raised in the small town of Seremban, Pele developed a love for Mathematics since he was young. While he struggled in … Continue reading

Posted on 7th January 2020


BOSS SUDAH DATANG.

BOSS SUDAH DATANG. This was the tagline we chose for 2019’s sermon series on the Gospel according to Matthew, which recounted the life of Jesus from His birth to His death. Jesus is The Boss, and He has come to us. Over and over throughout Jesus’ life, many events occurred … Continue reading

Posted on 1st January 2020


Jon Kan: Is God obligated to forgive me? #ChristmasAtCERC

Jon Kan: Is God obligated to forgive me? #ChristmasAtCERC “Is God obligated to forgive you?” Wei Kin asked in a soft but firm voice after a fairly long pause. The restaurant bustled with people even though the sun had gone to bed hours ago. It was filled with chitter-chatter and … Continue reading

Posted on 27th December 2019