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MP3 2005 – 2007 Delayed

Users of the website can still use the “Old Menu” listing to get our archived listing for the year 2005 – 2007. However, these files will be given individual posting and categories to help in your future sermon browsings. The migration will take a few weeks to complete due to the volume involved. Once the [...]

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2008 MP3 Updated

The MP3 Sermons for the year 2008 has been re-categorised.

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Church Camp 2009 Talks Available

This year’s Church Camp theme is based on 2 Peter 1:10 – “Make Your Call and Election Sure”. You can access the talks by clicking on “Church Camp” in the Menu listing on the right hand column. Thank you for your patience.

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2009 MP3 Available

Users can now select the MP3 sermons according to year, type of sermon (based on service session) or by topic. The listing is only complete for 2009. Sermons from 2008 and before will be upgraded to this new format in the coming few weeks. Thank you for your patience. Please click the “Full Story” to [...]

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Upgrade Delay

Many apologies on the delay in updating the 2009 audio sermons and on the re-design of the website. The past resources are now accessible. The new re-design will be launched in the coming weeks.

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Work In Progress

The Website re-design is currently still in progress. Please bear with us as we change the structure of the website resources. Thank you for your patience.

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Should Christians Use “Allah”?

A new article, Should Christians Use “Allah” is uploaded on www.ghmag.net at: http://www.ghmag.net/index.php?p=1_99_Reformed-Baptist-1689

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RBCM: The Past Fifteen Years (1994-2008)

The second part to Pastor Poh’s write up on the history of Reformed Baptist Churches Malaysia is now available on Gospel Highway Magazine at http://www.ghmag.net/index.php?p=1_96_Reformed-Baptist-1689 This year marks the 25th anniversary of Reformed Baptist Churches Malaysia (RBCM). The anniversary was celebrated during the first public meeting (1st September) of this year’s Reformed Ministers’ Conference. “Memorial [...]

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