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    • Saturday Service - 7:30pm
    • Sunday Service - 10:00am
    • Sunday School - Sunday, 10:00am
    • Youth Ministry - Sunday, 12:30pm
    • Hokkien Fellowship - 1st, 3rd and 5th Wednesday of the month, 3:00pm (5th Wednesday is a special meeting)

  • Care Groups

    • Jernih - Tuesday, 8:30pm
    • Indah - Wednesday, 8:00pm
    • Kulim/M.Bubuk - Wednesday, 8:30pm
    • Butterworth - Tuesday, 8:30pm
    • Young Adult - Friday, 8:30pm
    • Alma - Friday, 8:30pm
    • Rambai Damai - Friday, 8:00pm
    • Kg Baru - Friday, 8:30pm
    • Chinese Senior - Friday, 3:00pm
    • Chinese  - Friday, 8:30pm
    • Chinese Hokkien  - Thursday, 3:00pm

  • Prayer Meetings

    • Church Prayer Meeting: 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, 8:30pm
    • Prayer Meeting (Pray for the nation): 1st Thursday of the month, 8:30pm
    • Prayer Meeting (Pray for healing) : 3rd Thursday of the month, 8:30pm
    • Prayer Meeting (Pray for unsaved loved ones) : 5th Thursday of the month, 8:30pm
    • Deacons’ Prayer Meeting: Last Sunday of the month, 8:30am
    • P.U.S.H: Every Friday, 10:00am - 12:00pm
    • Prayer Meeting (Pray for Saturday service): Every Saturday, 6:45pm - 7:15pm
    • Prayer Meeting (Pray for Sunday service): Every Sunday, 9:15am - 9:45am

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In Times Like This...

on April 2020

by Pastor Daniel
That statement came from a hymn, “In times like these, you need a Savior, in times like these, you need an anchor.  Be very sure, be very sure, your anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock.  This rock is Jesus, yes He’s the one, This rock is Jesus, the only one.”
The past few weeks have not been easy for some.  It may seem good initially to take that long overdue rest and holiday to be at home.  After a while, it becomes worrisome as to how the situation is going to be like.
In times like these - what can we do?
The Psalmist in Ps 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.”  This verse has become more special now than any other time.
We perhaps have forgotten what it means to be still.  We are trying to do more and achieve more.  To run more in order to cover more.  We talk about having a mosaic mind and a multitasking ability.  We run frantically from one place to another, doing one thing to another.
What has all these come to?  We exalt people to be still and know that Jehovah is God and yet at a worship service, we declare that we are listening, singing and also whatsapping.  “Multitasking!”, so we proclaim. 
When we see our children on the phones or laptops, they say that they are doing their homework and some games all at the same time.  We have lost the art of being still.
With all that is happening right now - the MCO, the no more moving, no more working in offices, no more going to school - what do we make of all these?  I began to feel that we are now forced to be still.
Perhaps it is a good thing.  To be still and know that God is God.  Not technology, not even science, certainly not wealth = many are turning to God or even gods that each one is worshiping.
The point is this - have we grasped the impact of this pandemic?  Have we come to know that God is God indeed?
Everyone is asked to stay home and stay safe.  That is now the greetings we exchange.  No more, “how are you?, “Have you eaten?” but “are you at home?  Are you safe?”
Perhaps it is a good message - are you safe?  Maybe I would like to change that a little - are you saved?
“In times like these, you need a Savior; in times like these, you need an anchor. Be very sure that your anchor holds and grips the solid rock!” 
Over the social media, each time I hear news of people dying and dying without their loved one by their side, I shed a tear or two.  It is sad.  I asked myself, “what if I were the one at the bedside or my loved one?”  There is only one anchor we must anchor our life and our faith in - in Christ alone; “this rock is Jesus, yes He’s the one...”
With this pandemic which was supposed to inflict fear is also bringing people to their knees recognizing that everything is a vanity.  Even the Governor of Texas publicly made a confession of sin of disregarding the Word of God, taking away prayers in school, confusing truth and lie.  It adds up to this - only God can save us.
We may be thinking of physical sickness but there is another sickness in our life - the sickness of sin that brings about hopelessness, fear and finally death.  To all those reading this, I am not exploiting the situation to share the good news of Jesus Christ but to enable us to think beyond this life.  Life has suddenly become so fragile. 
If there is any certainty, it is the certainty that God still loves us and He wants us to come to know Him.  Jesus came to this world, gave himself to the world, die on the cross and rose again on the third for one purpose - that we might have life.  Have we received Jesus into our hearts and asked him to forgive us and be SAVED? 
May our hearts be heavy for those who are struggling in Malaysia and in the world.  Let us pray for them while we are in solidarity.  Let us continually join our hearts together for those who are making the greatest sacrifice - the health care givers who work very hard at the risk of their lives - that they be safe.  Let us pray for all men to turn to God at such a time and be saved too.  God be with all of you.


Spiritual Realities

on March 2020

by Pastor Daniel
What are spiritual realities?  In a nutshell, in the Christian worldview, there are in fact two realities.  They are the kingdom of God and the kingdom of Satan.  These are the two realities that govern our world today.   These are two contrasting realities in existence.  To name a few, it is like, “Children of God vs. Children of Satan, Slaves of Christ vs. Slaves of the Devil, Regenerate vs. Unregenerate, Eternally Alive vs. Eternally Dead, Spiritually Alive vs. Spiritually Dead, Godly View of Life vs. Selfish View of Life.” and the list will probably go on for a long time.
But the greater question is this - what reality I adopt and live will determine how I behave.
When I don’t see it
There is a story in the Bible from 2 Kings 6:8-17.  It is a story about the troubled King of Syria who seemed to fail to defeat the King of Israel.  Each time he came out with a strategy, the King of Israel knew about it.  Even words uttered by the King of Syria in his bedroom (supposedly to be a secret), were known by the King of Israel.
Being furious, he enquired about this and discovered that a man of God seemed to know everything and therefore wanted him killed.
So one day, this King sent a great army with the intention to capture this man of God who was Elisha and kill him.  This is the irony - the king has to send a great army to defeat just one man, who was not even a soldier, surely not Rambo.
What made Elisha so special and fearsome all at the same time? 
It is the perception of his spiritual realities. 
The story unfolds when the soldiers of the Syrian army came and the servant of Elisha came running to his master to report the case.
He was filled with fear.  It was obvious - whole army coming against just one man.  There is no way Elisha could escape this attack.
When I think of this servant, it reminds me of what it is like when we don’t see this reality in our lives.  When crisis or trouble comes, we panic and are filled with fear.  There are so many things that cause fear in our lives.
Sickness (with the Covid19 has caused panic in many people, Christians and non Christians alike), financial crisis, family troubles, relationships disappointment and of course death as well.
Anything that comes as an onslaught to our faith, we can either respond in fear or in faith.  This is the case where the servant responded in fear.
When we do see it
This is when Elisha lived in another spiritual reality - he said to his servant, “Do not be afraid, for those who are with us are more than those who are with them.”
When those words were spoken, and if we were there - we might conclude that Elisha was out of his mind or that he was suffering from Bi-polar depression or a manic state.
We may even conclude, “He is not living in reality!”.  However what we have overlooked is that - his is a different reality.
Then Elisha did another thing to show us the other spiritual reality.  He prayed for the young man - “O Lord, please open his eyes that he may see.”  And so the Lord opened the eyes of the young man and he SAW, and behold, the mountain was full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha....  And we know the rest of the story - again the plans of the king of Syria were destroyed.
All this came about because there is another reality - the reality of God’s kingdom. 
The question I have been confronted constantly is this - “Do I see?”.  As a pastor of the church, I prayed constantly that the leaders and I would be able to see the realities of God.  Jesus constantly taught this reality when he said, “The kingdom of God is already here.”  One reality says, “Worry”, God’s reality says, “Don’t worry”, one reality says, “Fear!” but God’s reality says, “Have faith.”  It is not blind faith, it is faith because God is.  As we are confronted with many uncertainties in life, may our eyes be opened to God’s certainty and his reality.


Bring Them To Me

on February 2020

“Bring them to me” by Pastor Daniel
A few days ago, I was having my devotion and reading from the gospel of Matthew concerning the story of the feeding of the five thousand.  This is a story that is familiar to all of us.  The statement that Jesus made was significant when the disciples came back to Jesus saying that there they had only five loaves and two fish which were obviously insufficient to feed the five thousand present.
To that Jesus said, “Bring them here to me.”  That made all the difference.
Share your life, Shine your light
With the current theme for the year, here again is a devotional thought that reinforces this same thought - “Bring them here to me.”
The past few weeks, I had been hearing many among you uttering the new word, “spendomai” and here was the case of the little boy who “spendomai” his lunch.  But what was that for the five thousand present?
Well, I think the little boy did not even think about it.  He heard that there was a need that was all he could offer and so he did. 
The disciples sounded a little more sarcastic, taking only one little boy’s lunch and sarcastically questioned Jesus - that was all that was available.
The point was this - it did not matter how each one perceived that five loaves and two fish.  The innocent boy or the sarcastic disciples.  What matters was that, there was the offering of the loaves and fish.
This year’s theme is about that aspect of our lives - it does not matter how others perceive our “offering” but it matters that we are willing to share.
Sharing our lives is about the willingness to offer whatever we have to the Lord, whether it is our time, our service, our resources or our family.  Sharing our lives is about our first and foremost devotion to the Lord.  I know we have been hearing this quite a lot, but are we willing to bring to God whatever we may have?  The Lord still speaks today, “Bring them here to me.”
Five Thousand Blessed
Sharing our lives is also about, letting God decide how wide a blessing it can be.  Only God knows what the need is and how wide the influence is He wants to make with our offering.
The little boy certainly was not sure that his lunch meal could satisfy one person, let alone feed more than five thousand people.  But it did.
The difference is this - in our hands, yes it may only feed one person, but in God’s hand, it can multiply and satisfy five thousand people.
In verse 20, it was stated that, “they all ate and were satisfied.  And they took up twelve baskets full of the broken pieces left over.”
That is all we need to know - while many tried different ways of explaining how this could happen, we all know that God did a miracle with the offering of one little boy’s lunch pack.
Our lives, looking at it may seem so insignificant.  And in all reality, it is - just a simple lunch pack but there is another reality taking place - God’s reality.
Sharing our lives is about living in the reality of God.  This is so because as we look at it, why would one want to share that lunch - it is not a great lunch and it is not a great amount.  When we speak of Paul’s attitude of “spendomai”, we ask, “why would he do that and why would he be so glad to do that?”  In a simple statement, it is this - “Because he lived in another reality - God’s reality.”
Blessed to be a blessing
As we approach this new year and as we have accomplished the crossing over from 2019 to 2020, this is about, being a blessing to someone.  Only God can make that happen, but we come responding to the words of Jesus, ‘Bring them here to me.”  Will we bring them to Jesus?  I asked myself this question, “What would be my five loaves and two fish?”  I ask you the same question, “What is your five loaves and two fish?” 
Let us be a blessing because God has blessed us and He will continue to bless our “spendomai”.


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Restlessness Vs Restedness
焦虑 vs 安宁

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Listening To God

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The Call Of The Church Today

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A Wise Council

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Thou Shall And Thou Shall Not

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Announcement 2
通告 2


In view of the current pandemic, the church leadership thought it fit that as a church we should act responsibly and with wisdom. We saw it fit that we should do all we can within our means to help contain the current spread of the Covid-19 infection and to protect our FCC family from harm. As such, the leadership has decided on the following:

1) Easter lunch is cancelled
2) Church camp is postponed indefinitely. We will monitor the situation before deciding on the next course of action.  

Meanwhile, stay safe by staying indoors and stay close to our Lord. It is a good time for family rejuvenation and bonding. Spend your time reading the Bible, praying and seeking our Lord. If you have any urgent needs or any emergency please do not hesitate to contact the leaders for help. We will do all we can within our means to help. Thank you. God bless.

  1. 取消复活节的午宴。
  2. 无限期延后教会的家庭营。 我们将根据情况来决定下一步行动。



Dear FCC family,
This is the final decision after the leaders have met.  This is in line with the Covid-19 and the PM announcement about mass gathering.  We are taking this responsible part as FCC family.  I hope all of you would understand.  Thanks.
1. Services in the church will be cancelled for this week and next.  Further announcement will be made pending on our country situation.  This also apply to Sunday School, Youth, Hokkien Fellowship and Prayer meetings.
2. The AGM will be postponed to a later date.
3.  CG will carry on with the prayer meeting together.  This is the time the church need to rise up in prayer.
4.  There will be live  streaming of the message on Sunday morning at 10 am.  It would be a short message for the week with a short worship as well.  It would be a half an hour session.  Please log on to Facebook under FCC Church group
5.  All tithes and offering, kindly bank into the church account.
Your Shepherd
Ps Daniel

这是领袖们商讨后,最终的决定。再者,这与新冠肺炎Covid-19和首相对于大规模集会之通告是一致的。作为信心教会的成员, 我们有责任承担。希望大家都能理解。谢谢。

1. 本周和下周的崇拜会将取消。我们将根据我国的情势作进一步的宣布。取消的聚会也包括主日校,青年团契,福建团契及祷告会。 

2. 年度会员大会将延期举行。 

3. 各个关怀小组的聚会将继续进行并且一同聚集祷告。这是教会应当兴起祷告的时刻。 

4. 星期日上午10时将有现场直播, 内容会有本周的简要信息和简短的敬拜赞美。整个直播大约有半个小时。请登录信心教会的脸书。 

5. 关于什一奉献和列常奉献,请存入教会的帐户。 


Step By Step Through The New Testament


Speaker : Pastor Raymond Seow 
Date : Begin March’2020
Time : Every 1st & 3rd Monday (8:00pm) 
Venue: FCC 
Closing Date: 30-11-2019
Fee :  Free, but the book cost RM50

日期 :  2020年3 月开课               
时间 :  第一和第三个周一 (晚上8点正)              
地点 :  信心教会
截止日期 :30-11-2019
费用: 免费,课本费用RM50   

Malaysia Year Of Prayer 2020
马来西亚 2020 祷告年


MYOP2020 is a year-long prayer initiative - from 16-09-2019 to15-09-2020

* You can find more detail from the booklet 

MYOP 2010 是一项为期一年的祷告活动 ,从 2019年9月16日 至 2020年9月15日

* 更多详情可参考手册