What we Belive?


Christianity is often misunderstood as another religion. In fact, it is a personal relationship with God. A relationship in which one enjoys security, peace, love and a hope that comes when one has God as his or her Father. In the beginning God had designed everything good and humanity was to enjoy an intimate relationship with Him forever. However, evil crept in and influenced humanity whom God created and they chose to disobey God and consequently damage and death ensued to all from then on. This broke the relationship and brought about a great divide between us and God.

Just as light and darkness cannot coexist, a sinful humanity cannot coexist with a holy God. Moreover, a fallen humanity's efforts cannot match-up to God because all such attempts will fall short. To bridge the gap, and to restore the relationship, God in His immense love for us sent Jesus Christ. The restoration is based not on our good works or good living but is the free gift of God to everyone who believes in Jesus Christ; in His death and resurrection as the only way to God. This then allows one not just to live life but as the Bible puts it, "a life in all its fullness!".


Who is Jesus?

The understanding of Christ is hugely important. Most importantly because it relates to our decision that we have made to be in relationship with Christ.

But who is He? What sort of man is this?

“The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation.” (Colossians 1:15)

I can imagine local people everywhere when Jesus showed up talking, speculating, arguing, ideologising… Did you hear…, It is said of him that… Did you know…? Especially the religious people of the day, the teachers of the law. Wherever He was, if he opened His mouth or did something, He was the talk of the town.

When Jesus calms the storm in Matthew 8:27 the disciples said “what sort of man is this, which even the winds and the sea obey him?”

Jesus was incomparable. We always try to compare public figures with similar people in history because we like to categorize in order to have a reference point.

Examples: a leader like Winston Churchill; a visionary like John F. Kennedy; a carer like Mother Theresa; a wise man like Ghandi….

When the questions above are personalized, it becomes the most important question you and I will ever be asked or have to answer. Who is Jesus? Or more importantly who is Jesus to YOU? Jesus said, “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” (John 10:10)

This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life.

- John 3:16 MSG