Senior Pastors of Hope Church

Our aim is to be a church that offers hope in a society lost without true hope or purpose. An eternal hope that is of God.

A life-changing hope that provides a sense of destiny and significance.

We see our church to be fun, inspiring and life-changing. A church where the Word of God is preached and taught faithfully, where faith is inspired and lived out by the unction of the Holy Spirit. An avenue that helps people to experience heaven through uplifting worship and draw close to God through prayer. A community where love and acceptance is freely expressed and a helping hand is extended to those in need. A place of healing for the wounded and rest for the weary. 

Our heart-felt desire is to be an instrument of God to reach every corner of this city and impact it for Christ. To be a church that is at the leading edge of making Christ known, to nurture and build up all believers according to the pattern of God’s Word.

We seek to raise fully-developed disciples of Christ, empower workers and strengthen families.

We believe every person has a tremendous potential to live a successful, joyful and meaningful life. We can all realise this potential when we yield our lives to the transforming power of God’s Word and the work of the Holy Spirit. That is why this church seeks to be a catalyst for the power of God to be released in people’s lives.

We hope to be a channel of God’s richest blessings to you. Do take the time to read through this Website and become acquainted with us, our background and what we emphasise. Should you be interested in any aspect of our church, please visit us or contact us. We would love to hear from you.

May God’s most abundant blessings be upon your life.

– Pastor Wilson and Lai Ling Lim

From the pontoon at the Great Barrier Reef, we took a glass bottom boat to see the reef. Unfortunately, as it was a gloomy drizzling day there was not enough light to make the corals visible. Plus the winds has not helped by stirring up the sea, making it murky. So it was harder to get a sense of the colour variety of the reefs. ... See MoreSee Less

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At the pontoon, bits of reef was growing on the pontoon itself. Amazing how much life tenaciously grows! ... See MoreSee Less

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In Mark 2:1-12 is the story of the 4 friends who broke through the roof of the house to bring a paralytic to Jesus. When Jesus saw them, what was His response? To the paralytic, he called “son”. A term that indicated warmth and favour. If some men broke through the roof of my house, I might call them a few things, but definitely not “son”. I would not view them favourably. So what was it about them that Jesus viewed favourably?

They were humble enough to admit that they needed help and to seek for that help. In the only way they knew – breaking through roofs. Often, it takes humility to ask for help. How many of us have not asked help at times, because it was too embarrassing to ask for it? The man had physical needs – he was paralyzed, he was handicapped. We may not be physically handicapped, but we may be emotionally, mentally, socially or spiritually handicapped.

Often we are too proud to admit it. We try to be strong, cool about it. We might be having a dull pain of loneliness or insecurity, but we hide it and appear cool. We might even try drowning ourselves with alcohol or drugs – only to wake up in the morning with a big hangover and still the same hole in our hearts. Are we going to be humble enough to recognize we need help, just like the paralyzed man? God will views favourably those who are willing to humble themselves. Isa 66:2 (NIV) "This is the one I esteem: he who is humble and contrite in spirit, ..."
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