(Asian Contexts)

Connecting local churches to Asian contextual missiologies and Asian social innovations and solutions.

SCGM will organise smaller conversations with missions leaders and practitioners over missions breakfasts and lunches as well as workshops and forums to discuss follow up plans and partnerships beyond the ideational realm.

SCGM is actively involved in AEA Mission Commission, Asia Lausanne and Singapore Lausanne movements as our National Director serves on the AEA MC and Asia Lausanne EXCO and chairs the Singapore Lausanne committee. We are also regular participants in SEALINKS, SEANET, Asia Member Care Network and have links with various Asian national missions networks.
SCGM will be publishing journals and periodicals which document and explore various Asian contextual missiologies and social innovations. Look forward to the forthcoming book to be released in December 2012: Compendium on the Seventh Asia Lausanne Conference on Evangelism (ALCOE VII) edited by Hwa Yung and Lawrence Ko and jointly published by Asia Lausanne Committee on World Evangelization (ALCWE) and Singapore Centre for Global Missions (SCGM).


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"Reading and Reflection"
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1. Out of the 10 inspiring stories of missionaries sent from Singapore, which story do you like best? Why?
2. Do you agree that God has given children a sense of curiosity and a mind full of imagination? At play, they explore the world they live in. The school, the church and the home can provide wonderful opportunities for children to learn about different people and cultures in the wonderful world God has created.
3. How many types of occupations can you list from the 10 missionary stories? Have you started to think about what you would like to do when you grow up?
4. Can you match the missionaries with their occupations? Whether you are a medical doctor or a dental nurse, a pastor or a teacher, a business leader or a community worker, you can serve God in missions using your special interest, talent and training.
5. It is never too early to wonder about life. Many of the missionaries asked questions even when they were young. Some of them experienced bullying, disappointments, unhappiness and even family problems when they were young. They learnt about the purpose of their lives when they started talking to parents, pastors and teachers in church. Do you talk to your parents and teachers about your hopes and fears?
6. Do you realize that God can use your childhood interests, experiences and education to be a blessing to the people around you? Whether it is learning about science, geography, or enjoying the fishing at the beach or making music, it takes hard work to become good at what you like to do. So work hard, play hard and enjoy your childhood.
Reading and Reflection Questions for Children