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Temporal Riches for Eternal Gains

How Christians handle earthly resources or “unrighteous wealth or money” (Luke 16:9, 11, 13) matters to God. For “one who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much” (v10). To be faithful, in this context, is to use physical means to benefit others who will “receive you into the eternal dwellings” (v9).…
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God’s Providence Through Times of Change

In all these years in SYFC, getting hold of resources, stewarding them wisely and producing youth-relevant packages and programmes are constant challenges. But still, we thank God for providing. 
God’s People As God’s Main Source of Provision
 In 1981, SYFC implemented the Personal Support Scheme. All staff share in raising finances by writing about our…
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Big Lessons in Small Matters

Just one day into the start of our nation’s Circuit Breaker (CB), SYFC staff had to attend a one-hour compulsory introduction and training to operate Zoom. At that point, none of us envisaged how significant that training would turn out to be. 
Our younger staff took to Zoom very quickly. Older staff like me had…
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Introducing: A Younger Leader: Laurent

When and how did you come into SYFC full-time? 
I came in at 35, in 2015. When considering this step, I read ‘The SYFC Story’, our memoir of 50 years of history. Her ethos in reaching youths resonated with me and I knew instantly this was the right choice for me. 
Has coming in older…
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All Hands on Deck

1 Corinthians 12 uses the metaphor of a body to show how every Christian is an essential part of the church. All Christians in the church make up the body of Christ (vs 27). Just as Christ cannot be divided (vs 12), no Christian can be sidelined in the church. Everyone is needed if the…
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Stirring Up and Sharpening One Another, For the Gospel’s Sake

In the church or the body of Christ, each believer plays a different role. Every part is important, and no part is more important than the other. This is a truth we hold fast to in SYFC and we actively seek to work with our other ‘parts of the body’ to reach young people for…
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Age of Opportunity: It’s Not Too Late To Say You’re Sorry

Parents would not want communication with their child to break down. No child enjoys a rift from Mom or Dad. Yet it happens. “My parents turned off the Wi-Fi while I am watching a YouTube video! I don’t like them!” “My father always jumps to his own conclusion about me! So unfair!” “To Mom, a…
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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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