Worldwide Day of Prayer 2017

Have you ever been so focused in meeting ministry needs that you missed out on God’s presence and empowerment? Cru and EAST intentionally sets aside days of prayer to “pause” ministry for all staff, students, and members and seek God’s face in prayerful dependence on Him.

The recent Worldwide Day of Prayer (WDOP) on 3 October 2017 was co-hosted by Cru Singapore and EAST. The theme was “Open Our Eyes.” In John 4:35, Jesus says, “I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest.” We are to open our eyes and pray to the LORD of the harvest to mobilize workers to the harvest field (Matt. 9:37-38) even as the fields are ripe for harvest.

Our alumnus, Dr Samuel Too, spoke on the spiritual empowerment of doing God’s will resulting in fruitful harvest by Christ’s disciples (John 4:31-38). Praise God!¬†ūüôŹūüôĆūüĎź

Photos courtesy of Lau Ying Kheng and Jonathan Yao.

EAST Day of Prayer 2017

How ¬†does ¬†one ¬†express the need ¬†for faith ¬†dependence ¬†on God ¬†in school? ¬† By ¬†putting aside the activities of academia and ¬†seeking God’s ¬†face through prayer. ¬†Every semester, all students, faculty, and staff spend an extended time through EAST’s Day of Prayer. The recent one was on 1 March 2017.

Photo courtesy of Joseph Nguyen

Worldwide Day of Prayer 2016

EAST is hosting the Worldwide Day of Prayer 2016 on 4 Oct. Do join us as we seek God’s face in prayer to change our hearts and transform the world on our knees.

When: 4 Oct 2016, Tuesday, 9am – 4pm
Where: EAST Library Block, 2nd level, Agape Baptist Church Hall
What: Mold Our Hearts – Strengthening our Spiritual Foundation!
How: ¬†“Incline your ear, and come to Me; hear, that your soul may live.” – Isaiah 55:3a, ESV

Field Supervisors’ Tea 2016

Field Supervisors' Tea 2016

We are very thankful for the many field supervisors, church leaders and pastors who came for our Field Supervisors’ Tea. Students took time to prepare tea and snacks from their culture. There were testimonies by Nick and Naara about how they found the Lord and His call in their university days in Tibet, and Inner Mongolia, respectively. The afternoon tea ended with prayers of dedication by the supervisors of the students and their ministries.