FES Missions Programme

In line with our goal to challenge students to look beyond their comfort zones and take the Good News of Christ to every nation within and outside Singapore, we encourage students to participate in God's mission whilst they are students.

Ongoing, since 2013, is the PIE (Polytechnic Intercultural Exchange) Programme, where students from the polytechnic CFs are educated and oriented to missions and intercultural issues related to missions before they go for an exchange trip to a neighbouring country.

In support of the wholistic understanding of mission, we reviewed the FES missions programme in 2015/2016. The revamped programme, MORPH was launched in October 2016. MORPH seeks to:
• reexamine the relation of the Christian "self" to the "other" in an intercultural context
• build on theoretical as well as practical knowledge and skills for engaging in wholistic witness

The MORPH programme typically begins in October. 

Even as we conduct our mission programmes we also recognise that churches are active in providing mission education and exposures to their congregations. We complement the Church as we encourage cross-cultural exposures primarily within the student communities and partner with other student movements affiliated to the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES).





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Recommended Reading

Monographs and Books

Engaging The Campus (Second Edition)

The Mission of God and the Task of the Church

Your Kingdom Come

Why Study? Exploring the Face of God in the Academy

Journey of Grace and Growth

Flux and Beyond

From the Library

New in the Library (July 2018)