The world is changing. Our 2019 National Missions Study Report suggests that our missionaries are aging and there are fewer young missionaries being sent out.
The world is changing. Our 2019 National Missions Study Report suggests that our missionaries are aging and there are fewer young missionaries being sent out. Our definition of missions has evolved over the last few years and will continue to evolve; today it includes business and missions, marketplace ministries, among several other definitions and expressions. How do our young people today view missions, and what role can we all play in ushering a new wave of missional believers in Singapore?
This Annual Lecture aims to facilitate a conversation among a panel of young adults who are trying to interpret what missions look like for them and the challenges that they are navigating. One of our young panelists, Jethro Koh, a team member of Antioch 21, will share his take on missions and how mobilisation that transcends generations could look like in today’s context.
Kenneth Heng sits on the Board of Council of Singapore Centre for Global Missions. He is the Founder of Solve n+1, an organisation that facilitates social innovation for vulnerable communities. Since 2018 Kenneth and his team serve communities mostly within S.E.A, running projects relating to urban poor to diaspora. A closet adventurer who loves travelling but hates long airplane flights. Kenneth has been married to Ziying since 2016 and are both attending Riverlife Church.
(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Metropolitan YMCA Singapore (Cassia Room, Level 2)
60 Stevens Road, Singapore 257854
Singapore Centre for Global Missions+65 87980235 485 Bedok South Ave 2, Singapore 469315