Big Lessons in Small Matters

One evening two years ago, while blowing my wet hair with a hair dryer, I accidentally dropped my hairbrush and somehow its wooden handle tip hit my left eyelid. I felt pain instantly and my vision was blurred. In the middle of that night, I woke up feeling the pain again. At 7.30 am, my…
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Introducing A Younger Leader: Alex Tee Ee Han

At 13, Ee Han attended his first SYFC event and has been involved since 1995. After his national service in 2006, he explored full-time involvement as a project servant, thinking that he would ‘try it out’ for three years only. It has been 14 years now. What are you responsible for in the executive leadership…
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Use Technology Wisely

Ephesians 5:15-16 sum up the call for Christians to live wisely in the world. To be wise is “to discern what is pleasing to the Lord,” sounded out earlier in verse 9. Nothing pleases the Lord more than that we love him and love others (Mark 12:29-31). But the world does not make it easy…
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Geared to
 the Times,
 to the Rock:
What does 
it mean for
 SYFC today?

It can be difficult to accept or adapt to change simply because we do not like our boats to be rocked. However, with rapid leaps in technology that massively change the way we communicate, we need to understand our times and stay relevant to today’s youth. 
 Pray for us as we step out of…
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Big Lessons in Small Matters

I am one of the few staff workers in SYFC who do not own a laptop and often forget my username and password! I am thankful that for the three times I needed to change my desktop computer, I have a tech-savvy nephew to help and when he was overseas, a kind ex-volunteer educated me,…
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Introducing a Younger Leader:

In 1994, Eric Teo, a very young Christian, went to a SYFC event, ‘Star or Sotong’. At 13, he was studious, timid and reserved. This event turned out to be the first of many for him. The following year, he became a student volunteer and was involved right up till his polytechnic days. While in…
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Protected: Grad Serve Letter April 2020

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Are We Praying For Our Children?

As good Christians, we all know that prayer is a fundamental aspect of our faith. Yet, the reality paints a different picture: it has been said that an average of just 10% of the church’s congregation attend the weekly prayer meeting. Could our attitude towards the family of God reflect our attitude towards our immediate…
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Are We Raising A Strawberry Generation?

We used to call them Generation Y, but in recent years, a more popular label has been used to refer to post-1980s children all over the world, including Singapore. It’s called the strawberry generation. Here’s why: Just as strawberries look good on the outside but get bruised easily, so too are post-1980s children. In practical…
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Does the King of Kings and Lord of lords Reign Supreme?

Will the day come when the ordinary student and teacher fear going to school because the authority structure has broken down? Will the day come when schools have to employ security personnel to enforce order among students? Judging from what is happening among many developed countries, this day may come to our own society if…
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