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 […]

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 […]

Disrupting Church in the City – Returning To True Normal

Synopsis The definition of a “Christian” and “a church” is never complete without its relationship to the community as defined by the mission of God. In this series of missions breakfast talks in August and September, come engage with a variety of speakers as we address the theology and practice of incarnational witness in the City […]

Global Transmission, Global Mission

A written compilation of observations and reflections by Jason Mandryk (Operation World) on the impact and implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

We Are All Neighbours Now

There are 4 themes we can reflect on in terms of this Covid-19 crisis and the impact and implications on global missions. I will list them simply as the 4Cs, viz., the City, the Church, the Christian Spirituality and the Community.

The Church Going Urban

The globe has morphed at a rapid pace with the rise of mega cities. In Asia, more and more people are pouring into urban centres from villages in search of a better life. In light of such change, how should the Church adapt in continuing to fulfil the Great Commission?