At the onset of a new decade, chaos reigns more prolifically than ever. Far from the fresh beginnings that everyone hoped for, COVID-19 has delivered uncertainty, volatility and anxiety. In a world that increasingly seems to be spiraling out of control, how can we make sense of the future of our economy, our work, our travel and ultimately, of life itself? Max Jaganathan (Asia-Pacific Regional Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries shares on this timely and important topic of finding hope in the face of the current challenges.
Pastor Benny Ho, Senior Pastor of Faith Community Church in Perth, sharing a timely and powerful message for the season. Stay on for the Q&A session at the end.
Jose shares his thoughts on what hope and being human means in the context of the global pandemic and lockdown that we are currently facing in 2020. Join us for this session that was recorded live on 15 April 2020. You can find more content from Jose at www.josephilip.com.
We live in troubling times. Turn on the news and you will often find more negative news than positive. Life can seem to become very dark. So how can we find hope in these uncertain times? Join us as we find the key to hope from Jose Philip.
Find out from Stefan Silver how God has, is and will continue to use Israel as His vehicle to bring about disruptive spiritual and physical “innovation” and change to our world, what the importance of this and how does it impact our lives now and in the days to come.
Stefan Silver serves as the Executive Pastor at Kerem-El, a vibrant Hebrew-speaking congregation located in the Carmel-top center of Haifa. He is also the Director of Business Development & Operations at Wise Money Israel (WMI), the first Investment Management firm in Israel staffed by Messianic Jewish professionals.
After all, we do know of sincere intelligent people from different faiths who are good and godly. Surely all views of God should be equally valid. Or is it? Listen in as we discuss the question of God and Truth with Jose Philip from RZIM.
We will spend close 100,000 hours at work over the whole of our lives. Does God care about our worklife as much as our church life? Listen to Ban Seng as he shares this insightful message on knowing the "CEO" of our life.