Missions

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#HACK2021: From disruption to digital missions

“The world may be in lockdown, but the Gospel is not.”  That was our pitch for #HACK2020, but it still holds true today. The missional objective of the Church to make disciples of all nations...

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From A-Levels to Africa: How a daughter followed in her father’s footsteps

The year is 1975. Rodney Hui, or affectionately known as Uncle Rodney to many young friends, is only 20 years old. Rodney had a long break before starting his university education, so he decided to...

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Courage Calls: Are we at risk of choosing convenient missions over costly missions? 

A few years ago, Joseph Chean was tasked to close a national prayer event with a segment on missions.  At the Day of His Power, the National Director of YWAM Singapore made an altar call for...

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Music and missions: The pianist who’s using his gift in the arts 

Describing himself as a “typical Singaporean guy”, Sherwin Lee recalled how he was more into sports as a youth. A competitive rock climber during his secondary school days, he shared how...

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When your disabilities become abilities in the hand of God

As a young man, Edward* used to hide his right hand whenever he moved and walked. In fact, the very act of shaking hands with others – which comes naturally to most of us – used to be a source of...

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“Why am I here when I could have been more useful back home?”: The nurse who spent her lockdown in South Africa

“I always thought I came with no expectations. But the truth is that we always have hidden expectations,” said 37-year-old Kamala Devi. On February 9, 2020, Kamala arrived in Johannesburg for her...

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What brings you joy? One man’s search for more than the 5-minute life

Samuel Nee was 28 when he saw his life play out in five minutes. He and his wife, Marianne, were recently married. They had no kids, no house, no car and no loans. With no liabilities to tie him...

Real Life, Real People

Once broken and battling depression, she discovered new meaning to life

“As a teenager, I wasn’t sure how to find my identity as a person,” confessed Jolyn Kari Ng. “At that time, it was probably through my friends, how popular I was in school and how attractive...

Do Good

A mother’s love for women of the red-light district

The idea of doing missions is often associated with overseas trips. But for Siew*, her mission field lies in the very streets of Singapore’s red-light district.  For the last six years, Siew...