53 Maria Paloma Village
Pablo Abella St., Cebu City
Tel. No. 6332+261-8831
Coldness in Worship
- that's a criticism which Charismatic churches often label against conservative churches. Are they right? They often are. We may not agree with many of their novel views about worship, and the excesses which mark their gathering for worship, but how undeniably right they often are in this particular criticism. » Read more
Are you prepared to die?
Most people do not like to talk or even think about their own death. It is a very disturbing subject. However, the death of someone we know, or coming close to the experience of it, reminds us that "it is appointed for men to die once and after this comes judgment. » Read more
The Atheist's Option
I believe in God'- this is the first confession of almost all religions. But when asked the next questions, it leads to as many answers as there are religions. Which God? How many? How do we know Him? » Read more
One prominent feature of a religion in the Philippines is the veneration of the Sto. Niņo. Although many are questioning its practice, different people use different arguments to justify it. » Read more
Whenever God plants the seed of spiritual life in the soul of a human being, that seed is meant to abide and to grow and to flourish. And God has given sufficient provision to secure the growth and flourishing of that spiritual life. » Read more
Just as a Christian is not to be a lone-ranger but should be part of a local church, so also each local church should not exist in isolation from other local churches. » Read more
Repentance is a response demanded by the gospel which many, in our day, brush aside as of no great and pivotal importance. They would press the absolute necessity of faith, if anyone is to partake of the saving benefits which the gospel offers, but not repentance. And anyone who insist on it they would consider as legalistic and pharisaical. » Read more
welcome to our site. Starting as a small group of believers meeting together for fellowship, the SOVEREIGN GRACE BIBLE CHURCH OF CEBU became a fully independent assembly in 1982. As a church, it is our constant aim to glorify God, and thus with His help would endeavor that our worship be solemn, reverential and filled with a holy kind of joy. While the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith with revisions summarizes that which we believe the Bible teaches, our church constitution addresses matters that are of relevance to our legal existence in view of being an ecclesiastical organization. If you happen then, to be within our place we invite you as we take great pleasure if you could come to join with us into the worship of our God. ■
The aftermath of the super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) has brought much damage to Christians living in Leyte, Philippines.
Houses and other infrastructures were ripped off. Power & communication lines were down.