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Testimonies

George Lin - The Joy and Peace of knowing Jesus

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Before Jesus saved me, I was participating, both knowingly and unknowingly, in pagan divination activities. I was constantly tormented – day and night by spirits who actually abused me physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. I was going nowhere.

After Jesus saved me, I can sleep peacefully at night because He blankets me in his mercy, grace, hope, and love.

In the past, I would yell and use bad words. Sometimes, if I felt I couldn’t say enough bad words in my angry rant, I would literally growl – that was how bad my temper was.

After Jesus saved me, I have found enjoyment and joy in speaking what is pure, true, holy, loving, edifying and helps others. And I am not forced to speak like this.

The Holy Spirit in me makes it natural that I speak only good. Also, I don’t have a temper anymore. Sometimes, I sin in some area, and my old nature peeks through to try and gain entrance into my life again.

But when I am in agreement with the Holy Spirit, and walking in Him, it is only natural to speak and act in a way that honours Him.

In Christ, my life has been totally changed. — George Lin

Alex & Eileen - God, our Restorer and Healer

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My wife and I experienced a roller coaster of events from over around five years since she was diagnosed with advanced Chronic Kidney Disease (Stage 5) in Aug 2010. Through these trials, we have discovered that God has a perfect plan for us. He did not do it all at once, but step by step He did it.

He wanted to teach us to learn how to walk by faith and not by sight. Today, our testimonies are not for show. We have received a miracle and it is not just luck neither it is a coincidence. We are learning to listen to God’s word, and continuing to do God’s work.

In early 2010, my wife Eileen was feeling easily tired, had leg cramps on most nights, suffered from insomnia due to worry and had a poor appetite. The doctors at NUH diagnosed her with Chronic Kidney Disease and told us both of her kidneys were functioning at less than 8 to 10%.

Besides keeping my CG posted, I prayed for God’s mercy in helping my wife. Both of us were in a desperate situation. I wondered whether God was testing me or if Satan trying to tempt me. There were times when desperation caused me to lose my spiritual direction.

On five occasions, there seemed to be an opportunity for Eileen to have a transplant – but some of these were illegal, dangerous or extremely expensive. We knew that God did not want us to go ahead with these options.

Finally, the sixth chance came along. I found two Singaporean friends, one Chinese and one Indian, who were willing to donate a kidney to my wife. I have known the both of them for 36 years. During my time of prayer, I thanked God for giving me two very good friends. However, as I prayed, God asked me: “Why can’t you be the donor?”

All along, I knew if I was the donor, the chance of success was slim. I have an abnormal heart and we are both from different blood groups. Moreover, I am the breadwinner of the family. What would happen if I were to be downgraded? Who would support my family?

But God is great, the Holy spirit led me to read the following verses:

  • Act 16:31 “Believe in the Lord Jesus, & you will be saved.”
  • Mark 9:23 “Everything is possible for him who believes.”
  • Matthew 21:22 Jesus said, “If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.”
  • Matthew 19:26 “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
  • John 14:27 Jesus said, “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me. Peace I leave with you; my Peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.”

Frankly speaking, I did not expect that God wanted me to give my kidney to her, but it seemed He wanted me to do it.

I told my wife, the doctors and my parents that I will be the donor since the rest had failed. Not surprisingly, my parents protested and did not allow me to donate my kidney. My parents told me they loved me and did not want me to take the risk.

It was a major operation so why am I taking the risk? They cried and kept telling me not to do it. I had a hard time convincing them, my parents were even willing to donate their kidney to my wife. I was very surprised but they said they would do it because they loved me.

I decided to listen to and trust God. I prayed for our operations to be successful and prayed for a fast recovery. On the 29 July 2015, I was pushed into the operating theater for the operation. I was not afraid because I knew God was with me.

I was blessed – on the 3rd day, I was able to be discharged as everything was normal. The doctor told me that my recovery was one of the fastest they’ve witnessed. Amen.

Within 3 months, I was able to exercise and keep fit. I was not downgraded and today, no one is able to tell that I have one kidney. Thanks to our God for His mercy.

In conclusion, continue to pray with faith, do not give up and there is always hope. I will do my best to help those having doubts about God. After this roller coaster ride, I can finally hear God’s words.

We would also like to thank all our brothers and sisters for their prayers including in the CGs. Special thanks to Pastor Les and Pastor Adeline, Pastor Eddie, Sister Christina, Sister Serene Luah and CG leaders Brother Arthur and Sister Sarah, for taking time to visit the both of us before we had our kidney transplant.

God bless all! — Alex


When the doctor diagnosed me with advanced Chronic Kidney Disease (Stage 5) in August 2010, I felt lost and upset. I began to pray hard to God that someone would donate their kidney to me. I also asked my hubby, Alex, to pray for me not once or twice, but countless times.

I was told to go for dialysis because of my high levels of creatinine, which were around 1,000. The normal level is less than 150, but my kidneys were unable to get rid of the creatinine as they are supposed to do.

Enduring dialysis three times a week felt as bad as suffering in hell. I felt that no one could help me and all I could do was hope for the best. Every day, I worried a lot but I was blessed that Alex, my hubby, always stayed beside me and prayed for me. Every day, I reminded him to pray for me and messaged our CG leaders and members on WhatsApp to pray for me as well. I am thankful for their constant prayers.
The day before my operation, our CG leaders, Brother Arthur and Sister Sarah, came to pray for me one more time before my operation. Even on the day of my operation, there was no fear and I surrendered it to God.

I believe it was due to the prayers that kept me encouraged and filled with confidence. This verse helped me:
Isaiah 41:10 God said: “Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”
The second day after my transplant, I was delighted that my body had accepted Alex’s kidney. It normally takes around 1 week of observation for the doctor to check if there are any side effects, so I was discharged on the eighth day.
Even the doctors tell us it is a miracle to see my body accepting my hubby’s kidney because we have different blood groups. I am blood-type A and Alex is blood-type B. There have been cases where the kidney has to be removed after the transplant. They are currently researching on me. There was one doctor who told us that God has helped us and that we need to believe. Alex’s friend, who is a Muslim, also told him that our God has helped us.

In my heart, I thank God for instructing my hubby, Alex, to sacrifice his kidney for me. Alex chose to, even when the doctors told him to think twice. Our God must have had a reason for instructing Alex to be the donor. God wanted to save me, He wanted me to believe that He is mighty and can save lives.
Today, I have a new life and I am on a new journey. While I am required to take medication for the rest of my life, it is still better than going through dialysis. The doctor told me that going through dialysis would only have extended my life for around 8 to 10 years.

I will always remember these verses:
Act 16:31 “Believe in the Lord, Jesus and you will be saved.”
Matthew 21:22 “Jesus said, “If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.”

In conclusion, do not doubt God. There is a reason why prayers do not come true immediately. God never does it all at once, He does it a step at a time because he wants us to walk by faith and not by sight.
I would like to give thanks to Pastor Les and Pastor Adeline, Pastor Eddie, Sister Christina,
Sister Serene Luah, CG leaders Brother Arthur and Sister Sarah for taking the time to visit me when I was waiting for my kidney transplant and for their prayers.

God bless all! — Eileen

Jack Chen - How God transforms me

The Summit Auditorium & Studios

Hallelujah.

Due to financial problems in my family, I stopped going to school and started working at a relatively young age. I was a Christian at that time, but being young and dissatisfied with my income, I decided I wanted to make it big my way, on my own terms.

That was the start of how I walked away from God. I earned money quickly by taking part in the illegal money lending business. I was also involved with secret society activities, drugs, gambling and prostitution business. Eventually these activities led me to be a regular visitor at the police station. But life still cruised on as per normal in my illegal activities.

At one point, I started feeling uncomfortable with my lifestyle. I knew it was not right, and I went to Thailand to practice to become and live like a monk. But that could not resolve my emptiness or give me peace. After coming back from Thailand, I decided to get out of my unacceptable lifestyle.

I tried hard to slowly get out of these illegal activities, and when my business partners realised, it badly affected my income. My life became hard and I tried my luck in gambling and started taking drugs. At one point, I wanted to end my life.

Praise God, He saved me. At my low point, God send George, my childhood friend, to me. He told me that the only one who can save me is our Lord Jesus Christ. He even told me that his church CG members are interceding for me. He also kept asking me to go for church service with him. On Father’s Day four years ago, my mother and I went to church with George. During the worship, I could feel the presence of God and couldn’t control my tears.

After few weeks in church, I gave up smoking, drugs and all the bad habits. My mother and I decided to get baptised. We started to grow slowly and understood the bible more by attending CG meetings. It really changed my life, habits and mindset. And now after four years, I am still being changed a little at a time. I believe that if we choose to walk with Jesus, we will be different. I’m sure it will apply to you and you will meet God in a special way.

God is good. He is good in all times.

Amen. — Jack Chen

Aunty Lee - God is faithful and He never forsakes His children

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Our CG is a very unique group. It has a good mix of mature and young Christians, learning and taking care of the needs of others faithfully.

Both the Arthur and Sarah (my CG leaders) knew my needs when I joined the group. I am glad that the church has small groups that minister to her members. My family and I have been have been ministered to by the CG members’ care for Uncle Lee, my late husband.

Uncle Lee’s health took a turn about five years ago. He was diagnosed with multiple conditions, including Parkinson’s disease, dementia and heart problems.

The CG ministered to Uncle Lee in its own way and attended to his needs through regular home visits, prayer and even holy communion. They also organized his last birthday gathering at my daughter’s house where pre-believing family members were exposed to Christianity. Bridges were built, to remind those family members who have strayed away to return to the Lord.

Because of His great love and the CG’s care, Uncle Lee’s faith remained unwavering and strong to the end. He was able to muster his energy to raise his hands and praise the Lord when Pastor Leslie and Pastor Adeline visited him.

The Lord has started a good work in everyone in our CG. May we continue to press on and complete the work that the Lord wants us to accomplish through love, care and concern so that His name can be glorified.

Praise God, to God be the glory. Amen. — Aunty Lee

Ann - Believing in God's Promise of Revival

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Hi dear brothers and sisters, the most recent prayer meeting in church on Friday evening was in one word ‘electrifying’ as God’s presence was very tangible and I believe this is only the beginning of what is to come for this church and her congregation. I would like to not only share what I received but also to reaffirm SP’s word and sensing on the coming revival for RAC.

We were worshipping the Lord and His presence was very strong. I could feel the atmosphere was thick with His presence and it had a weight to it. During worship and especially when we sung ‘Holy Spirit you are welcome here’, I kept hearing this nursery song. The lyrics are ‘rain is falling down/ rain is falling down/ pitter patter/ pitter patter/ rain is falling down’. The song was on loop repeat in my ears and I knew strongly in my spirit that this refers to the coming revival that is going to fall here in this church.

Soon after I saw a huge silver grey cloud. It was heavily pregnant with rain and I knew that rain is going to pour out from that cloud any time. I received the word on three types of rain including this revival rain I’m sensing from this vision. The first rain to fall is the Purification rain which begets us to consecrate ourselves before true revival can begin. The following verses came to me from Psalms 24:3-4 – ‘Who may ascend the hill of the Lord ? Who may stand in His holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart; who has not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully.’ The second is the Revival rain that would come when we intentionally and continuously set ourselves apart for Him. The third is the Latter rain which would bring about the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. After which I heard the word ‘blossom’ and I saw the heavy cloud raining down on the ground and greenery, forestry, roots and buttresses started to form and cover the ground fully. I also saw thick fog and mist surrounding the cloud and atmosphere. At this point, I kept on smelling dampness, mist and dew. The spiritual atmosphere in the church on Friday night was moist and wet; drenched in His presence.

I would like to reaffirm what Mavis shared regarding a sweet perfume that she smelt during the meeting. When she shared, I could smell it was emanating from the space in between where she and SP stood. When we went back to worshipping after the testimony sharing, I could smell the sweet perfume wafting in and out the first three rows intermittently. I was sitting at the front third row corner on your right and it was truly a very lovely fragrance.

Thank you for your time and I hope my sharing would encourage us to continue to press in and intentionally pursue the Lord until we see the fruition of this promise of revival. — Ann