Author: Reaching Out

Big Lessons in Small Matters

One important lesson I’ve learned recently comes from 1 Corinthians 13:1-3 or to put it simply, “Something that is worth doing is only worth doing in the attitude of love and faith.” It is a truth that I understood better in the past couple of months and the long-term work of the Holy Spirit within…
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Introducing A Younger Leader: James Lee

A new leadership team will take SYFC into the years ahead from 2021 onwards. In each issue of Reach this year, we will introduce each of this band of servants, that you may know their heartbeat and pray for them. James Lee attended SYFC club meetings occasionally as a secondary school student. At an evangelistic…
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Through the Lens of a Friend in Ministry

By Bernard Chua Back in 1976, I first joined a SYFC club in my school when I was in secondary two. I remember that we met at a church near our school every Friday for Bible studies and fellowship. After a year, I became the president of the club and continued joining the weekly meetings…
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The S.T.E.M. of our Work

by Caroline Cheah Once in a while, at a gathering or church Missions Sunday, someone would comment to our staff, “I don’t hear much about SYFC these days.” We would quickly share that SYFC is still around, how we are reaching young people today and ask if he or she would like to continue to…
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Big Lessons in Small Matters

“Save me, O God, for the waters have threatened my life. I have sunk in deep mire, and there is no foothold; I have come into deep waters, and a flood overflows me. (Psalm 69:1,2 NASB)” 
It seemed to me I was travelling in a very long, dark tunnel alone, with no ending in sight.…
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Thank you, Lord

When I look back this year, there are really many things we are very grateful for. Topping the thanksgiving list are the seven new and young staff who joined us since the start of this year. While two of them are fresh university graduates, the remaining five come from different occupations like financial planner, physiotherapist…
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Project Serve 2019: 2 More Stories

“I joined Project Serve as I wanted to serve God after getting my diploma. I also wanted to figure out how I could merge my interest for creative arts with evangelism and meet with like-minded people. Throughout the six months in Project Serve, I learned to trust the Lord to provide for me. Moreover, my…
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Through the Lens of a Teensportz Organiser

I was first involved in TeenSportz 2012 (known as TeenGames then) as the Logistic IC. Since then, I have served as sports IC, vice-chairman and then chairman. It has been exciting and challenging, a God-led journey of evolving this sports competition as young people’s preferences and perceptions of sports events change. To keep pace, we…
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Finding our EDGE

Through the years, SYFC has been reaching restless juvenile delinquents, mainstream youths, and now increasingly, youths in specific interest groups like music and sports. The E.D.G.E ministry was birthed out of a desire to find more platforms to reach new niche young people groups. As we share two current initiatives, thank God with us and…
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Big Lessons in Small Matters

After a few months of tirelessly looking for a job, I was very excited to begin my full-time work in a youth center. I knew God prepared this position for me. In the first two weeks of work, I reported to office earlier than the reporting time and I was eager to perform well. However,…
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