Entrepreneurship Training Day

The entrepreneurship training courses are designed to equip Christian business leaders who are interested to develop and employ missional business as a strategy for missions in urban Asia.  ALL COURSES will be held on Monday, 23 November 2020 at various timings and locations. Please check course information for more details on venues, course fees and trainers […]

Missional Business Forum 2020

As economic crisis looms in the wake of a pandemic and the missions landscape rapidly changing, there is massive opportunity to reach and serve the urban communities through entreprenuership in these times of great need. There is now a call to Christian business leaders to develop entrepreneurship to participate and uplift cities in Asia as a […]

EVANGELICALS AND ENVIRONMENT: A CHALLENGE TO ACTION

Synopsis Join us in conversation with 2 key leaders in creation care as they address the three fundamental aspects of our mission towards creation: How we THINK, LIVE and WORK as stewards of environment and priests of creation. The speakers will address the theological framework for creation care, the implications for lifestyle changes especially in […]

OUR PLACE IN THE BODY: THE SERVANT ROLE OF SCGM

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It has been 9 years since my first encounter with Singapore Centre for Global Missions (SCGM). Along the way I’ve wondered to myself a few times: What exactly is the work that SCGM does? What would happen if SCGM suddenly wasn’t there – what would change?

CHRISTIANS IN CREATION CARE

Synopsis The Church in Singapore is gradually coming to embrace the place of Creation Care in its Mission and Witness. But what does it look like in practice? How can churches, Christian community groups and individuals engage in Creation Care missionally?At this Missions Breakfast Fellowship, we will hear from and interact with a diverse range […]

Self-Sustaining Church Models: A Mission Dialogue

The COVID-19 pandemic has given Singapore churches a precious opportunity to stop from our busyness and reflect on the way we do missions. A SCGM research team engaged with 18 local pastors and 22 missionaries from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand (CLMT) in one-on-one interviews and focus group discussions.

NEXT GEN MISSIONS STUDY

SCGM conducted the National Missions Study in 2019, where one of the key findings concerned the “ageing” missions force. Since then we embarked on the Next Generation Missions Study (“Next Gen Study”), with a focus on addressing how churches can better mobilise, prepare and send young people for global missions. We are pleased to share […]

PERSPECTIVES COURSE 2020

Experience 15 powerful lessons that have equipped thousands of everyday believers worldwide with greater vision, hope, and passion.  In Perspectives, scripture, history, culture, and strategy converge to reveal the unfolding of God’s redemptive purposes.  God is on a mission to bless the peoples of the earth, and you are invited to join Him. Due to […]

Missions Dialogue: Self-Sustaining Church Models

Synopsis The COVID-19 disruptions have surfaced critical issues in missions that underscore the importance of self-sustaining church models. How can mission communities use local resources to develop efficacious yet easily reproducible solutions for the local church? Come, listen and discuss with local pastors and missionaries from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand and be part of […]