|Date Sort ascending||Title||Scripture||Preacher|
|A Prayer for Deliverance, Guidance, and Forgiveness||Psalm 25||Lim Sian Pheng|
|Destructive Destroyer||Revelation 9||Curtis|
|Incense Before God||Revelation 8||Curtis|
|Who Can Stand?||Revelation 7||Yee Siew Meng|
|Breaking of the Seals||Revelation 6||Paul Barker|
|The Lord is My Shepherd||Psalm 23||Phil|
|Easter Sunday||Luke 24||Curtis|
|Good Friday||Luke 23||Yee Siew Meng|
|The Suffering Servant||Isaiah 52:13 - Isaiah 53:12||Yee Siew Meng|
|The Lion of Judah, The Lamb of God||Revelation 4 & 5||Yee Siew Meng|
|The Lukewarm Church||Revelation 3:14-22||Yee Siew Meng|
|Philadelphia||Revelation 3:7-13||Tan Jin Huat|
|Resting on Your Laurels||Revelation 3:1-6||Eugene Yapp|
|The Lord Protects His Church from Jezebels||Revelation 2:18-29||Ian|
|A Faithful Witness in Satan's Territory||Yee Siew Meng|
|You Are Rich||Wong Fong Yang|
|The Church in Ephesus||Yee Siew Meng|
|A Vision of Christ Among Us||Revelation 1:9-20||Yee Siew Meng|
|The Revelation of Jesus Christ||Revelation 1:1-8||Yee Siew Meng|
|Be Strong and Work, For I Am With You||Haggai 2:1-9||Yee Siew Meng|
|Consider Your Ways in 2015||Haggai 1||Yee Siew Meng|
|Fleeing to Egypt||Matthew 2:16-23||Ian|
|The Wise Men||Matthew 2:1-12||Phil|
|The Birth of Jesus||Matthew 1:18-25||John Chung|
|Worship Wars are Fought in Our Hearts||Yee Siew Meng|
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.