By Pr Evangeline Cheong


I recently read that babies have an innate sense of rhythm. Of course, what science and psychology researched is what most parents already know: the rocking motion that puts them to sleep, the rhythmic pats on the back that burp or soothe a child, the joy of little faces to the beat of the favourite song “baby shark.” Rhythm seems to soothe and bring joy.


By Rev Dr Forest Koh


GPConnect was launched in June 2021. It was designed in response to a unique “moment-in-time” situation caused by the pandemic to connect the whole church with love and care through phone calls. I am thankful that it has served its purpose and we are moving forward.

When we shared with the connectors and the CG leaders that we were closing this ministry, those who were actively involved were disappointed. One of the connectors responded, “When GPConnect is closed we are no longer connectors, so what is our identity in this meeting?” At that point in time, we were still meeting every Thursday.

By Rev Dr Forest Koh


I came back to Singapore in July 2020. After 11 years of moving from place to place, at last, I was back to where I was born. God called me back for my family and extended family. My two elder brothers and one of my half-brothers passed on during my absence. My mother is 87 this year, and I am her only biological son left. She needed me to be around. Moreover, many of my family members are still pre-believers. I pray that God will use me as a bridge to bring them to His kingdom.  However, without intentionality, I will be buried in my pastoral work.

By Rev Dr Forest Koh


Challenge No. 1: Don’t Lose That Love

1st August 2022 marked the beginning of my third year in GPC. I remember that morning, Rev Goh and the elders sent texts to express their appreciation for my service for the past 2 years. I wondered what I had done to receive their appreciation over these two Covid years.

By Pr Evangeline Cheong


Dear Glory Family,

I’m thankful for all your prayers and support as I took the last 7 months off for a time of resting and renewal. You may have wondered what I’ve been up to. To answer some common questions that you may or may not have…



11 You turned my wailing into dancing; you removed my sackcloth and clothed me with joy,

12 that my heart may sing your praises and not be silent. LORD my God, I will praise you forever.

Psalm 30:11-12, NIV

If you are residing in an HDB estate, you would most likely notice large blue recycling bins placed at strategic locations that are convenient and accessible to the residents.