Exodus



Hopes and Promises in the Bible Art Exhibition

Colours of the Bible is an annual art competition and exhibition that celebrates the beauty,
culture and history of the Bible and the land of Israel. This year, witness the Hope and Promises
of the Bible come alive through participants’ artworks that have been specially curated for you!

  • Be encouraged by uplifting depictions of Biblical tales of promise and hope
  • Immerse yourself in art and the Jewish culture with creative workshops and classes

Come join us at the Colours of the Bible Art Exhibition and see the artworks made by our winning entries & selected artworks.

You may also register and join us at the workshops available as part of this exhibition!

Date: 17 - 31 Aug
Time: 11am - 7pm Daily
Venue: Far East Plaza, Level 2 Concourse

*Workshop slots are limited and filling up fast!
Hurry & Sign up now!

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2019华文D6家庭事工大会 联系特会

2019华文D6家庭事工大会
联系特会

日期201943日 (星期三)
间时:晚730分至930
地点:新加坡圣经大厦四楼马礼逊—梁研讨室
7 Armenian Street, Bible House, S179932
7.00—7.30pm 登记、就座
7.30—7.50pm 谢医生分享D6理念
7.50—8.50pm 杜传道分享教会使用D6教材经验
8.50—9.15pm 提问、解答
9.15—9.30pm 《D6基因密码》新书发布
我们诚挚邀请您拨冗出席。请在4月1日前回复。

主讲嘉宾

谢宪安医生
华文D6委员会
主席

 

杜美卿传道
怀恩堂新加坡
华人基督教会
儿童事工牧者

 

 



Telling the Story

Telling the Story

Imparting the Word to the Next Generation

Children and youth ministry leaders, learn how to teach your young people to engage with the Word in new and exciting ways with this hands-on training and overview of various experiential learning styles!

Through live demonstrations in both Tandem Storytelling and Text Mapping methods, you will be given a powerful toolset to use right away in a wide variety of ministry settings. Don’t miss this important equipping session!

Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2018
Time: 2pm–5pm
Venue: 7 Armenian St, Bible House, Level 4, Morrison-Liang Seminar Rooms, S179932
Facilitators: Dr Calvin Chong and Syrena Womack



Soccer for Bibles 2016

Soccer for Bibles 2016 was jointly organised by Sports Coalition Singapore and The Bible Society of Singapore. Funds raised from this event went towards Bible Mission work in India. We would also like to thank The Ark@Thomson for their partnership in this event.

Soccer for Bibles 2016
Raising Funds for the Bible Needs of India!

Soccer for Bibles 2016 was held on 21 May 2016 at the Ark@Thomson. The friendly competition was comprised of thirteen teams from various churches and organisations, including Teen Challenge, Church of Singapore (Marine Parade), Cornerstone Community Church, Wesley Methodist Church and many others. We were grateful for the support of more than 100 players from all walks of life, and the sunny weather that we enjoyed for the morning.

After a series of group stage matches, four teams – Noel Football Club, Team CrossRoad, COS Team A & B – qualified for the semi-finals. The final was a gruelling match between Team CrossRoad and COS Team B, with COS Team B emerging as champions with a 4–2 victory.

2016 Champions: COS Team B (Church of Singapore)

2016 Runners-Up: Team CrossRoad

About Our Beneficiary – India

India has a population of more than one billion people, with Christians constituting just 5% of the population. While a number of Scripture resources have been developed and published in English and a few other ethnic dialects, there is still a great need to translate, publish and distribute these Scripture resources in many more languages. Many poorer believers do not own a personal bible. Proceeds and donations from Soccer for Bibles 2016 will go towards the Bible Mission efforts in India.

The managers from the different teams played a friendly exhibition match to start off the competition.

The two winning teams: champions COS Team B (in blue and orange) and runners-up Team CrossRoad (in red).



Faith Conversations

Studies show that today’s children and youth get exposed to worldly concepts and realities at a much earlier age than previous generations. How can you talk with your young people to help them journey through this ever-changing landscape?

Parents and ministry leaders, join us for this interactive discussion on how to talk through some of today’s key topics.

Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2018
Time: 7.30pm-9.30pm
Venue: 7 Armenian Street, Bible House, Level 4, Morrison-Liang Seminar Rooms, S179932

About the Speakers

Morgan Zhou currently serves as Children's Ministry Coordinator at Fairfield Methodist Church and believes that the transforming power of Christ can impact lives, shape culture, and alter human destinies. Prior to his appointment as Teaching Fellow in the National Institute of Education, he was Vice Principal at Anglo-Chinese School (Junior). Morgan is married to Angela and they have two wonderful boys, Elijah and Elias. In his free time, he volunteers with the Boys' Brigade in Singapore, the Anglo-Chinese School Old Boys' Association as well as in the Christian Ministry work of his alma mater.

Quek Shiwei is the Director of Kallos, a relevant and fun ministry that empowers young women to be advocates of inner beauty and confidence and to boldly live out their God-planned design. She is a graduate of Singapore Bible College and worships at RiverLife Church. As the oldest of 4 sisters and a proud mum of a little girl (and boy), she is passionate about the beauty God has placed in females!

Pastor Ben KC Lee was born in Sabah and is married to Dinah. They have enjoyed assignments as church planters and pastors but their favourite role is to be parents to their young adult twins. Ben and Dinah are pioneers in Whole Life discipleship. They coach pastors and equip congregations in taking an integrated lifespan approach to discipleship. Ben started out as an accountant before serving as senior pastor and then as pastor to pastors. He currently serves as Head of Sexual Wholeness with Focus on the Family Singapore. He is the author of the 2017 book Unmasked. He speaks regularly on a range of sexuality topics within the context of discipleship.



Are We Reaching the Next Generation?

Our first NextGen Seminar “Are We Reaching the Next Generation?” was held on 31 March 2016 at St Andrew’s Cathedral. More than 130 people from over 55 churches attended to hear from our speakers.

The speakers shared valuable insights for those working with children and youth. Dr Norman Wong discussed the principles behind building a thriving youth ministry, while Charleston Lim from Heart of God Church explained how churches can release and empower youths to not just be leaders of tomorrow, but leaders of today. Pastor Sam Phun from River Community Church shared his insights on how his church trains children to minister to other children.



Are We Losing the Next Generation?

Our second NextGen Seminar “Are We Losing the Next Generation?” was held on 28 June 2016 with 110 people from over 50 churches gathering to learn how ministries and parents can effectively disciple the next generation.

Dr Calvin Chong (Singapore Bible College) gave a presentation on reaching and nurturing the next generation in a media-saturated world with many competing voices. He also explained how stories, rituals and relationships are being used to shape values and the worldviews of the next generation.

In the panel discussion that followed, Rev Christopher Chia (Adam Road Presbyterian Church) shared about his church’s work in building lifelong disciples from childhood to adulthood and beyond. Ps Joey Asher Tan (Grace Assembly of God) described how his youth ministry has transited to age-based niches instead of one ‘mass’ youth ministry. Christina Ong (Methodist TRAC, Children’s Ministry) talked about how she reduced the fallout when teens leave the children’s ministry by introducing a ‘tweens’ ministry. Finally, Yuen Chee Onn (Centre for Fathering) shared about the need for fathers to be properly equipped for their role and encouraged parents not to make the mistake of outsourcing the work of discipleship to church or youth ministry.

About the Speaker

Dr Calvin Chong resizedDr Calvin Chong is Associate Professor of Educational Studies at Singapore Bible College. His current teaching and research areas relate to youth, urban missions, and oral preference learners. Calvin is a board member of The Evangelical Fellowship of Singapore and HealthServe, a community development NGO.