Hello people of ACG! We’ll be starting the year with this blog’s first topical series on the Doctrines of Grace, more popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism. These Five Points do not exhaust all the gems that are found in the goldmine of Reformed Theology and certainly isn’t synonymous with the gospel; yet … Continue reading Introduction to the Five Points of Calvinism
A question that arose out of yesterday night's (11/01/19) study was: 'what does it mean for John to prepare the way for the Lord and to make his paths straight?' One of the joys of studying Holy Scripture as a community is that we get to hear and ask questions that we normally wouldn't ask … Continue reading What does it mean for John to prepare the way for the Lord and to make his paths straight? (Mark 1:3)
Hey fam, just a reminder that our Summer Program starts this Friday on the 11th of Jan! This program is designed to equip us as a community to be better communicators of the Gospel. Our teachers over this course will be Clement Hui, Jonathan Pang, and John Le, and they have designed the program to not only help … Continue reading Summer Program is starting this coming Friday!
Imagine seeing a room with a handful of chairs. Now imagine hearing the sound of pages turning as it responds to the instructions of a voice booming from the front of the crowd which authoritatively pronounces 'this is the Word of the Lord'. Now imagine the warmth of the person sitting next to you as … Continue reading A New Opportunity
ACG is the young adults ministry of Gracepoint Presbyterian Church. Therefore, like Gracepoint, ACG holds the Word of God as contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the Supreme Standard, and we regard the Holy Scriptures as the only rule of faith and practice. Furthermore, we also hold the Westminster Confession … Continue reading What are the Doctrinal Standards of ACG?
Early in 2018, a group of leaders travelled to Bowral for a few days to plan for what was then known as Friday Community Group (FCG). This ministry existed long before I (Pastor Elliot) arrived at Gracepoint, and it had a wonderful track record of seeing non-Christians saved and Christians discipled to maturity. We spent … Continue reading Why ‘Allelous’ (One Another)?
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace: whoever speaks, as one who speaks oracles of God; whoever serves, as one who serves by the strength that God supplies—in order that in everything God may be glorified through Jesus Christ. To him belong glory and dominion forever and ever. Amen. (1 … Continue reading Making your Resolution Count: Making your Spiritual Gifts count for God’s Glory