Tag: Reach

Some Things Are Worth Passing On

Some things are worth preserving, not just for sentimental reasons but for their lasting values. 
 We all like to receive wisdom that will stand the test of time. And we desire to pass such wisdom on.
 What can you pass on to someone that is not culture-bound or time-bound? 
In 2 Timothy 3:14, Paul…
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Let’s Keep Our Fundamentals

Besides COVID-19 and shifting our methods strongly online to keep our connection with youth, the year 2020 is significant for SYFC also because we saw our leadership in transition. In spite of these changes, we are ensuring our fundamental principles remain the same. 
 Prayer Ex-staff, Koh Bee Lu, recalls that as our prayer coordinator…
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Big Lessons in Small Matters

What a year! COVID-19 descended upon us unexpectedly on 23rd January, transformed the way we interact with each other, the way we work and made face mask an essential part of our clothing whenever we go out. In the early days, a lot of uncertainties were abounding and rumours were WhatsApp-ing around, leading to panic-buying.…
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Heartbeat 2021

Next year, our younger executive leadership team will take up the responsibility to take SYFC into its next lap. Here, they share their passion and petitions, coveting your prayer and support. “For 2021, what is one thing 
you hope to see in 
your area of ministry?”
 “I desire our Secondary Junior College and Poly Ministry…
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Reaching Tweens for Christ

A preteen or tween’s struggles are no different from those of a teenager. Jennifer Pang, Preteens Ministry Coordinator, highlights that “tweens today are very caught up with school, tuition and enrichment classes.” Some are also having a hard time because of what is happening at home. 
 As such, Peggy Chia, a student care centre…
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Through The Lens of an Evangelist

“Why does mankind always seek for answers?” was my classmate’s response to my whining, when I expressed frustration at trying to understand a lecture on Human Anatomy. While I was taken by surprise by her question, it occurred to me that it was an open door for a conversation about the yearning in the hearts…
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