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On 3-11 July I had the privilege to travel to Bela-Bela, South Africa to attend the IFES World Assembly 2019. IFES World Assembly takes place once every four years, gathering IFES students, faculty, staff and board members from all over...

On 30 April 2019, over thirty students from different institutions in Singapore attended Upper Room at FES. Upper Room is a prayer meeting organised by the National Students Council (NSC) to bring students from different institutions together to learn more...

As part of further ministry integration between GCF and FES (together with a much-needed refurbishment), we carried out GCF/FES office renovation in April 2019 and completed it recently. See following comparison/contrast of old and renovated office photos. [caption id="attachment_4651" align="aligncenter" width="523"] Old...

Book Review Welcome to Adulting by Pokluda, Jonathan Baker Books (2018), 224 pages FES Library book call number: 248.8 POK “What should I do next?” This may be the question lingering in the mind of many people in transition. The same question is even more...

In Chinese culture, there is a term called: 甲子(Jia Zi). Jia Zi refers to the Chinese 60-year calendar cycle. It figuratively means a full lifespan and in the ancient times it is believed that one would be blessed if one can meet...

NSC gathering took place in the later part of an afternoon after the FES 61st Annual General Meeting (AGM), where student leaders from different CFs and campuses assembled to hear Dr Tan Lai Yong speak on ‘Out of the Box,...

Book Review Old Testament Theology: The Theology of the Book of Genesis by R.W.L. Moberly Cambridge University Press (2009), 272 pages FES Library book call number: 222.11 MOB   How should the book of Genesis be understood? The book of Genesis poses many difficulties for Christians...

Book Review Galatians for You by Timothy Keller Good Book Company (2013), 208 pages FES Library book call number: 227.4 KEL   Galatians is often associated with Paul’s head-on response to the false gospel taught by others who came after him. Such association, along with Paul’s...

A few months ago, I received a letter from one of our graduates. With it, he attached an ordinary cheque for FES’ ministry. Yet, the story behind the gift moved me extraordinarily. Allow me to quote a part of the...

On 8 January 2019, FES staff worker Rebecca Lim, left for Mongolia to work as a campus staff worker with Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) Mongolia. (You can read more about this on page 35 of the October 2018 issue...

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