Dinner with Parents of Youths
December 14th, 2017
Our teens lead a double life — one in the physical world and one in the digital world. How much of their online world do we parents understand? How much do we know of their views on sexuality, and how those views are formed through their media choices?
If confiscating their mobile phones and switching off the WiFi at home end up in screaming matches with your teen, how then can we as parents respond lovingly to their preoccupation with the digital world?
Moms and Dads, come on down for a time of makan with fellow parents of teens and hear our guest speaker, Carol Loi, share on the above topic on the last night of the Youth Camp!
16 December Community Dinner — Christmas Potluck & Fun
December 16th, 2017
Join us at our final Community Dinner of the year as we celebrate Christmas together! Besides food & fellowship around the table, we will have fun activities before and during dinner.
For this shared meal, we invite you and your family to contribute a dish or dessert for 8 - 10 pax! Our friends from WSC will also be cooking and bringing their homemade dishes to share with us!
If you can't bring food, there are other meaningful ways you can help too — e.g. setting up, cleaning up, etc!
So sign up now with your family and LCG!
LTP: Old Testament Survey
January 14th - March 4th, 2018
Do you make the following comments on the Old Testament?
- The God of the Old Testament seems so mean, but in the New Testament He is full of love.
- The Old Testament is a collection of stories and outdated laws that are irrelevant for Christians today. I don’t understand why we need to know about, Abraham, Jacob, Moses, and old Jewish kings.
- I like reading and learning what the Lord Jesus had done for us on the Cross in the New Testament. Why should I study the Old Testament to know Jesus Christ better?
If you have ever made comments similar to the above, it’s time to enhance your understanding of the Old Testament! Join us in this survey of the Old Testament!
LTP: Lamentations (Precept Upon Precept)
January 18th - February 1st, 2018
How do people survive when they have no hope? Where do they turn when there's nothing but misery all around them? In whom do you put your trust and hope?
The only true hope Christians have is in the Lord. Study Lamentations and get a glimpse of the God whose compassions never fail.
If you are new to Precept Upon Precept studies, we recommend that you begin with the book of Malachi rather than Lamentations. Poetry books like Lamentations tend to be more challenging to grasp if you do not have the basic skills of inductive bible study.
LTP: Learn to Share the Gospel — Two Ways to Live
January 28th - February 11th, 2018
Do you understand the gospel?
Are you able to explain your faith clearly and effectively when the opportunity arises?
In this course, we will spend time looking at what the Bible says about sharing the gospel, and the attitudes, motivations and methods that should accompany it. We will learn not only what the gospel is, but how to share it simply and naturally with others using a basic gospel outline called 'Two Ways to Live'.