JMM2020 Sermons


Four Sundays, four guest speakers, four sermons you don't want to miss
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July 5

Reverend Dr Andrew Peh is a lecturer at Trinity Theological College. He teaches in the area of missions and world religions. He is also an alumnus of Trinity Theological College as well as Asbury Theological Seminary. He is ordained as a minister with the Chinese Annual Conference of the Methodist Church in Singapore, he is also appointed to Charis Methodist Church. Andrew’s research interests are in colonial mission history of Southeast Asia (Singapore), the mission history of East Asia (particularly Japanese Christianity) as well as the intersection between globalization and mission praxes in our current context.

Samaria and to the Uttermost part of the world

(Acts 8:26-40, Isaiah 56:4-8)

by Rev. Dr. Andrew Peh

July 11

Together with her husband, Christy lived and served the locals, refugees and Chinese cross-cultural workers in the Middle East from 2007 to 2013. This was right through the Arab Spring, when they experienced a breaking of fear and a growing unity in the Middle Eastern Church amidst risk, persecution and suffering. They returned with a calling, passion and commitment to mobilize the Church in Singapore to partner with her King in what He is already doing in that precious and critical part of the world. As an expression of her calling, Christy has been serving as National Director of the Singapore office of Interserve, in a growing work of mobilization for hard places.

Christ revealing the heartbeat of God

(Luke 24:13-49)

by Christy

Stone Tower
July 19

Reverend Rodney has served in missions with OM for 45 years. He has lived in 7 countries and sailed on 3 ships - the MVs Logos, Doulos and Logos Hope. He has authored several books. His present role is missions mentor and he serves as associate minister at his home church, Katong Presbyterian. He cycles to keep fit.

The Empowered Witnesses (Disciples) in Action

(Acts 1:8)

by Rev. Rodney Hui

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July 26

Dr Mark Syn is the National Director of Pioneers in Asia – the Asian mobilisation base for the global mission agency, Pioneers which has over 3,500 missionaries serving in over 100 countries. Mark also serves on the International Council and International Leadership Team of Pioneers. Before moving to Singapore, Mark and his family served as missionaries in North India for almost 10 years. They established a church planting and community development work that continues to serve dozens of communities and has seen over 100 churches planted.  Mark is regularly involved in conducting training activities with churches, bible colleges and other missions organisations in Singapore and through Asia. His passion is to see strong local churches actively engaged in global missions, and to see a new wave of Asian missionaries sent to the least reached people of the world.  Mark is married to Ruth and they have three children.

Here, There, and Beyond

(Rev 7:9)

by Dr. Mark Syn