|Date Sort ascending||Title||Scripture||Preacher|
|Righteousness that Surpasses That of the Pharisees||Mark Lovatt|
|Being Salt and Light||David Chong|
|The Beatitudes||Wong Fong Yang|
|Why Care for Creation if it is to be Destroyed?||Peter Harris|
|Conflict and Peacemaking||Wong Fong Yang|
|Loving Your City||Peter Rowan|
|Loving God with All Your Heart, Soul, Strength||Ng Aik Khiam|
|Loving God with All Your Mind||David Chong|
|Cultivating an Inner Life||Alvin Ung|
|9th Commandment||Wong Fong Yang|
|8th Commandment||Caleb Soon|
|7th Commandment||Wong Fong Yang|
|6th Commandment||Wong Fong Yang|
|The Distinguishing Marks of a Christian Community||Wong Fong Yang|
|Freedom in Christ||Wong Fong Yang|
|Gospel and Law||Wong Fong Yang|
|Stations of the Cross||Labu Drama Ministry|
|5th Commandment||Caleb Soon|
|4th Commandment||Ng Aik Khiam|
|3rd Commandment||Caleb Soon|
|Galatians 3||Wong Fong Yang|
|2nd Commandment||Ng Kee Huat|
|Personal and Church Community Transformation||Caleb Soon|
The CDPC pulpit is committed to Expository or Topical preaching from the Word of God.
In expository preaching, we undertake a sustained study of a Scriptural text within its context to understand what the Spirit is saying to us today. This form of preaching requires continual preparation, prayer and exegetical precision, but the discipline of wrestling through difficult texts could be immensely rewarding.
In topical preaching, we select a topic, for example missions or spiritual gifts, and systematically gather related Scriptural texts to shed light specifically on the matter at hand. This form of preaching is generally easier to digest and helpful when certain relevant issues need to be addressed.
In all these we seek to be Gospel-Centered and Christ-Centered.