04nov9:00 am10:30 amMissions Breakfast Fellowship (Hybrid)Fulfilling God's Purposes in Our Work and Vocation

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Everyone to whom much was given, of him much will be required, and from him to whom they entrusted much, they will demand the more.” 
– Luke 12: 48b

God has blessed us richly as His beloved children and redeemed people. He has also graciously blessed us with good education and professional/vocational skills. Find out how we can be good and faithful stewards of God’s blessings through our work and vocations, in ministry and missions. This coming month, we bring our missions fellowship back to a physical gathering over a hearty breakfast and purposeful conversations with like-minded friends!

Hear from and converse with 2 missions practitioners on how church and missions leaders can challenge, encourage and support their congregational members to serve the Lord and be God’s blessings to our surrounding nations, through their work and vocation. After which, glean from our group learning communities that focus on missions in specific nations within Southeast Asia.

Breakfast will be provided for on-site participants, so come join us at 8:30am to network and fellowship!


Kua Wee Seng

Wee Seng recently retired as the Director of an international Christian organisation, after serving in the China Bible mission for more than 28 years. Wee Seng helped manage the Amity Printing Company (Bible Press) in Nanjing and has been its Board member since the 1990s.

After graduating from the University of Singapore, Wee Seng worked as an Accountant in a local bank. He was the Management Accounting Manager of a multi-national company for a number of years before pursuing his theological studies at Regent College, Vancouver.

Samuel Tan

Samuel is the founder of the FaithX Marketplace Mentorship Programme. He started out doing a gap year while in NUS Business School without a plan at all. Then he had a revelation that many young Christians do not know how to apply faith into their daily lives, which kickstarted his journey to film interviews on the intersection of faith and culture, starts this mentorship programme, and find his girlfriend.



(Friday) 9:00 am - 10:30 am


Digital Mission @ 360

360 Dunearn Road, Singapore 299552


Singapore Centre for Global Missions+65 87980235 485 Bedok South Ave 2, Singapore 469315


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