Our church has recently set up a business entity called The Dew Of Hermon. This is a phrase from Psalm 133, a psalm about Christian Read more
We thank God for Alexander Graham Bell. We thank God for Zoom. We thank God for the ability to connect with friends halfway around the Read more
I trust that by now we are all familiar with Project Ebenezer. The name refers to the project by which Hermon seeks to establish a Read more
Human minds make powerful connections. While our brain is the command centre or the central organ of the human nervous system, our human thoughts affect Read more
“How have you seen God’s activity during the week?” is the first question of a Bible Study that I am doing weekly. With the change Read more
Reformation Sunday 2020 is a significant one for Hermon. It has been more than 18 years since we last ordained an Elder in Hermon. The Read more
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “detour” as a deviation from a direct course. Some years back, I was running at MacRitchie Reservoir. I decided to make Read more
“Healthy families are the conducive environment for our children’s spiritual growth. May the 10 perspectives shared over these 2 weeks, be a ready resource for Read more
“As we celebrate Children’s Day on 02 Oct, may we take the time to remind ourselves that the best gift for our children is a Read more
This year’s pulpit series are Paul’s letters from prison. We have covered Ephesians and Philippians and we will now journey through Colossians and Philemon. Paul Read more