Sermon

Sermon Calendar

Date Sort ascending Title Scripture Preacher
Micah 1 Micah 1 Lim Sian Pheng
Luke 5:27 - 6:11 Luke 5:27 - 6:11 Nicholas Hor
On Prosperity Curtis Shields
Simon Peter's Letter to Luke Luke 5:1-16 Peter Lau
Will You Still Follow Him? Luke 4:14-44 Ian Brubaker
The Temptation of Jesus Luke 4:1-13 Wong Fong Yang
Gospel Power: Repentance and Faith Luke 3:1-17 Yee Siew Meng
Christmas Stories Luke 2 Yee Siew Meng
Mary's Song Luke 1 Curtis Shields
The Forerunner Luke 1:1-26 Curtis Shields
God of the City Jonah 4 John Chung
A Changed City Jonah 3 Curtis Shields
Waves of Mercy Jonah 2 Curtis Shields
Running from God Jonah 1 Tony Thavasilan
Come Let Us Worship Psalm 95 Seita Sakaguchi
Make God Our Greatest Treasure Genesis 22 Guna Raman
Mission and Ministry John 10 Tony Thavasilan
Missions in Malaysia Eugene Yapp
How About Tithing? 1 Chronicles 28 Curtis Shields
Rejoice! The LORD is King! Obadiah Lim Sian Pheng
The Last Chapter Revelation 22 Curtis Shields
Longing For and Listening To Eternity Revelation 21 Yee Siew Meng
1000 Years of Christ's Reign Revelation 20 Yee Siew Meng
Preparing for the Marriage Feast of the Lamb Revelation 19 Yee Siew Meng
Mystery of the Woman and the Beast Revelation 17 - 18 Ong Meng Chai

The CDPC pulpit is committed to Expository or Topical preaching from the Word of God.

Expository Preaching

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.

Topical Preaching

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.