“O Lord, Teach Us to Pray”
The disciples asked of the Lord Jesus to teach them to pray. Prayer is central to spiritual formation and key to Christian ministry and missions. It is a gift of God and privilege made possible only because God is with us. Through the Holy Spirit, the church is empowered to pray and participate in God’s mission and to reveal the presence of God’s Kingdom.
Join us as Gregory Vijayendran teaches on prayer and reveals how professionals in the marketplace actively engage in community transformation through prayer and practical action.
SPEAKERS & MODERATOR
President of The Law Society of Singapore
Gregory is a Christian lawyer who is actively involved in Christian ministry and serving the Lord Jesus Christ in different capacities in the marketplace. In Singapore, he presently serves as Chairman of the Law Christian Fellowship. In addition, God has privileged Gregory to serve the global body of Christ through a servant leadership role in Advocates International and Advocates Asia (a fellowship committed to assisting Christians worldwide and Asia respectively on issues that include religious liberty, persecution and reconciliation). He previously served as Co-Facilitator of the Law and Justice Track of the World Prayer Assembly in Jakarta. He presently has the privilege of facilitating an inter-denominational, inter-ministerial prayer group to intercede over different facets of the impact of Covid-19.
Shanti Merry Tan is married to Rev. Erick Tan and together with their three children, returned to Singapore after twelve years of missionary service in Nepal. Equipped with an MDiv from Trinity Theological College, Singapore. She served as chaplain in mission schools (Nagaland, India), as church lay ministry staff (Singapore), and currently as the administrative executive with the Singapore Centre For Global Missions.
Registration closes on Wednesday, 4 AUGUST 2021 @ 8:00pm.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic season, SCGM will explore various digital means to conduct our events and continue to serve our local churches in missions. We will work gradually towards physical gatherings only as far as they are permissible, as Singapore eases into Phase 3 in year 2021.