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PJEFC

Petaling Jaya Evangelical Free Church

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Love God, Love People, Make Disciples

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Loving your neighbour

-1 s5 d ago
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Loving your neighbour

The Unedited Version

The vision Jesus shared with his disciples when inviting them to follow him is found in Luke 9.23-24. "Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will save it." In this vision, Jesus gives us a slogan and a symbol. The slogan is "come and die" and the symbol is the cross which was a method of torture, humiliation and execution by the Roman government. Bytelling his disciples to take up the crosses, Jesus defied the idea that death was the most terrifying thing, and suggested that there were worse things than death in the world, and that living in the fear of losing our lives could be one of them. If we give in to this fear, it would rob us of life and we would find ourselves always living stingily and cautiously which is not living at all. "If you're not afraid to lose your lives for my sake," Jesus says, "you might be surprised to find them."...

-1 s1 w ago
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The Unedited Version

Generosity in forgiveness

Forgiveness is one of the dominant themes in the Scripture and is central to our experience as Christians. At the heart of the matter, it is our relationship with God and our relationship with others. Jesus talks about forgiveness a lot and even inscribes it on the template for our prayers (Matt. 6:9-13). Even though forgiveness is hard, we find the power to forgive as we marvel at the gift of total forgiveness in Christ. In Christ, every single sin has been washed away. There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus (Rom 8:1). We stand forgiven at the cross, therefore, we are able to forgive others!

-1 s2 w ago
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Generosity in forgiveness

Where & when to make disciples

Jesus has commanded us to go and make disciples, therefore, disciple-making ought to happen at anytime and anywhere. In this sermon, Pr. Jeremy will recount the root of PJEFC as a missional and disciple-making oriented church, and based on Matthew 28:18-20, he will preach on the following points: Disciple-making happens within the church. Disciple-making happens in every corner of the world. Disciple-making happens at every stage of our Christian lives

-1 s3 w ago
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Where & when to make disciples

Who makes disciples?

Who makes disciples? Everyone who believes! Disciple-making is not a ministry that belongs "to the few", it is the "ministry of the pew." It it is not just the task of the "professionals" such as pastors, elders, or small group leaders. Rather, every Christian is a disciple-maker, prayerfully proclaiming Christ and moving people one step to the right. It is our joy and privilege to be able to partner with God in fulfilling the Great Commission!

-1 sJAN 26
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Who makes disciples?

How to make disciples?

The making of disciples isGod’s work, achieved as his word and Spirit work through the activity of Christian disciples and in the hearts of those they speak to. Here in PJEFC, we summarized that activity asthe persevering proclamation of the word of God by the people of God in prayerful dependence on the Spirit of God, otherwise known as the four Ps: Proclamation of the word in multiple ways Prayerful dependence on the Spirit People are God’s fellow workers Perseverance, step by step To find out more about how you can participate in this disciple-making process, please listen to the sermon.

-1 sJAN 19
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How to make disciples?

What is a disciple?

Disciple or Disciple-making are terms used frequently in ministry. As Christians, we are encouraged to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. But one wonders what is a disciple? The word ‘disciple’ in the New Testament is translated from the Greek wordmathetes.It refers to a learner or a student, someone who is apprenticed to a teacher to learn from him. But in the case of Jesus’ disciples, they were not just learning a certain body of knowledge but also a new way of life based upon a certain understanding of truths about reality.Therefore, Christian discipleship stretches far beyond just having knowledge about Christ.Brothers and sisters, let’s be encouraged to be transformed into Christ likeliness and become disciples of Jesus Christ in the true sense by listening to the word of God through Pastor Alexa Ho.

-1 sJAN 12
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What is a disciple?

Why make disciples?

This sermon marks the beginning of a new series “The Disciple-making Church”. The focus of this series is to make a conscious effort to shift away from just erecting structures and focus more on growing people who can make more disciples of Christ. The aim is to strike a balance between the trellis-work and the vine work. God is reaching out to people with His word leading them to Salvation. But in order to be part of God’s plan, we need to abandon ourselves to the cause of the Gospel. There is a need to catch the vision of the New Testament that every Christian believer must be involved in vine growing work or making disciples (moving people to the right). Therefore, brothers and sisters, let’s understand the urgency of making disciple and discern our calling for being a disciple-making disciple of Jesus Christ by listening to God’s word through Ps Jeremy Lim.

-1 sJAN 5
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Why make disciples?

New Year

When we read from Mathew 14: 22-31, we see a supernatural miracle taking place. Something that defies every law of science in the physical world. Jesus walks on water. We also find Peter, one of the twelve disciples, asking Jesus to allow him to walk on water as well. Jesus commands Peter to come out of the boat and walk on the water. Peter walks on water but as soon as Peter turns his eyes from Jesus and saw the depth of water, he started to doubt and he began to sink. Then Peter Cries out to Jesus, Save me! And immediately, Jesus stretched out His hand to save him. When we go through difficult life circumstances, we also wish for a miracle. But to receive such a miracle, we need to be willing to look to Jesus. We must be willing to step out of our boat when Jesus commands us too. Therefore, brothers and sisters, let’s take this opportunity to look to Jesus and listen to God’s word as preached by Ps Melissa Chan.

-1 s2019 DEC 29
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New Year

New Wine

When we read John 2:1-12, we find that Jesus is invited to attend a wedding feast in canna. Everything is going well until the host runs out of Wine to serve the guests. This is a crisis and Mary, mother of Jesus, came to ask Jesus for help. It is here that Jesus performed His first miracle; turning water into wine, saving the host and the wedding from a big social crisis. Likewise, when we put our trust in Him, he comes and saves us from our life crisis and makes us a new creation. Jesus gave a very interesting solution which defies human logic. He asks the servants to fill six water jars, used for ceremonial washing and cleaning, with water and draw from it and serve the master of the feast and the guests. Water from these jars is not considered fit or clean for drinking purposes. However, we see that Jesus turned something that is not even fit for drinking into something that is a high-end beverage. Similarly, when we put our trust in Jesus, He has the power to transform our live...

-1 s2019 DEC 22
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New Wine
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Latest Episodes

Loving your neighbour

-1 s5 d ago
Comments
Loving your neighbour

The Unedited Version

The vision Jesus shared with his disciples when inviting them to follow him is found in Luke 9.23-24. "Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will save it." In this vision, Jesus gives us a slogan and a symbol. The slogan is "come and die" and the symbol is the cross which was a method of torture, humiliation and execution by the Roman government. Bytelling his disciples to take up the crosses, Jesus defied the idea that death was the most terrifying thing, and suggested that there were worse things than death in the world, and that living in the fear of losing our lives could be one of them. If we give in to this fear, it would rob us of life and we would find ourselves always living stingily and cautiously which is not living at all. "If you're not afraid to lose your lives for my sake," Jesus says, "you might be surprised to find them."...

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
The Unedited Version

Generosity in forgiveness

Forgiveness is one of the dominant themes in the Scripture and is central to our experience as Christians. At the heart of the matter, it is our relationship with God and our relationship with others. Jesus talks about forgiveness a lot and even inscribes it on the template for our prayers (Matt. 6:9-13). Even though forgiveness is hard, we find the power to forgive as we marvel at the gift of total forgiveness in Christ. In Christ, every single sin has been washed away. There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus (Rom 8:1). We stand forgiven at the cross, therefore, we are able to forgive others!

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Generosity in forgiveness

Where & when to make disciples

Jesus has commanded us to go and make disciples, therefore, disciple-making ought to happen at anytime and anywhere. In this sermon, Pr. Jeremy will recount the root of PJEFC as a missional and disciple-making oriented church, and based on Matthew 28:18-20, he will preach on the following points: Disciple-making happens within the church. Disciple-making happens in every corner of the world. Disciple-making happens at every stage of our Christian lives

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Where & when to make disciples

Who makes disciples?

Who makes disciples? Everyone who believes! Disciple-making is not a ministry that belongs "to the few", it is the "ministry of the pew." It it is not just the task of the "professionals" such as pastors, elders, or small group leaders. Rather, every Christian is a disciple-maker, prayerfully proclaiming Christ and moving people one step to the right. It is our joy and privilege to be able to partner with God in fulfilling the Great Commission!

-1 sJAN 26
Comments
Who makes disciples?

How to make disciples?

The making of disciples isGod’s work, achieved as his word and Spirit work through the activity of Christian disciples and in the hearts of those they speak to. Here in PJEFC, we summarized that activity asthe persevering proclamation of the word of God by the people of God in prayerful dependence on the Spirit of God, otherwise known as the four Ps: Proclamation of the word in multiple ways Prayerful dependence on the Spirit People are God’s fellow workers Perseverance, step by step To find out more about how you can participate in this disciple-making process, please listen to the sermon.

-1 sJAN 19
Comments
How to make disciples?

What is a disciple?

Disciple or Disciple-making are terms used frequently in ministry. As Christians, we are encouraged to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. But one wonders what is a disciple? The word ‘disciple’ in the New Testament is translated from the Greek wordmathetes.It refers to a learner or a student, someone who is apprenticed to a teacher to learn from him. But in the case of Jesus’ disciples, they were not just learning a certain body of knowledge but also a new way of life based upon a certain understanding of truths about reality.Therefore, Christian discipleship stretches far beyond just having knowledge about Christ.Brothers and sisters, let’s be encouraged to be transformed into Christ likeliness and become disciples of Jesus Christ in the true sense by listening to the word of God through Pastor Alexa Ho.

-1 sJAN 12
Comments
What is a disciple?

Why make disciples?

This sermon marks the beginning of a new series “The Disciple-making Church”. The focus of this series is to make a conscious effort to shift away from just erecting structures and focus more on growing people who can make more disciples of Christ. The aim is to strike a balance between the trellis-work and the vine work. God is reaching out to people with His word leading them to Salvation. But in order to be part of God’s plan, we need to abandon ourselves to the cause of the Gospel. There is a need to catch the vision of the New Testament that every Christian believer must be involved in vine growing work or making disciples (moving people to the right). Therefore, brothers and sisters, let’s understand the urgency of making disciple and discern our calling for being a disciple-making disciple of Jesus Christ by listening to God’s word through Ps Jeremy Lim.

-1 sJAN 5
Comments
Why make disciples?

New Year

When we read from Mathew 14: 22-31, we see a supernatural miracle taking place. Something that defies every law of science in the physical world. Jesus walks on water. We also find Peter, one of the twelve disciples, asking Jesus to allow him to walk on water as well. Jesus commands Peter to come out of the boat and walk on the water. Peter walks on water but as soon as Peter turns his eyes from Jesus and saw the depth of water, he started to doubt and he began to sink. Then Peter Cries out to Jesus, Save me! And immediately, Jesus stretched out His hand to save him. When we go through difficult life circumstances, we also wish for a miracle. But to receive such a miracle, we need to be willing to look to Jesus. We must be willing to step out of our boat when Jesus commands us too. Therefore, brothers and sisters, let’s take this opportunity to look to Jesus and listen to God’s word as preached by Ps Melissa Chan.

-1 s2019 DEC 29
Comments
New Year

New Wine

When we read John 2:1-12, we find that Jesus is invited to attend a wedding feast in canna. Everything is going well until the host runs out of Wine to serve the guests. This is a crisis and Mary, mother of Jesus, came to ask Jesus for help. It is here that Jesus performed His first miracle; turning water into wine, saving the host and the wedding from a big social crisis. Likewise, when we put our trust in Him, he comes and saves us from our life crisis and makes us a new creation. Jesus gave a very interesting solution which defies human logic. He asks the servants to fill six water jars, used for ceremonial washing and cleaning, with water and draw from it and serve the master of the feast and the guests. Water from these jars is not considered fit or clean for drinking purposes. However, we see that Jesus turned something that is not even fit for drinking into something that is a high-end beverage. Similarly, when we put our trust in Jesus, He has the power to transform our live...

-1 s2019 DEC 22
Comments
New Wine
the END
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