EAST Day of Prayer

 

EAST organized a school-wide day of prayer on 13 April 2022. Prayer is an integral part of EAST community and such corporate prayer time is organized twice a year. The day of prayer in April is conducted within the EAST community while a similar event in October is done in conjunction with Cru Singapore as part of the Cru worldwide day of prayer.

After a time of chapel worship led by the students, the April day of prayer continued with an exhortation by Dr Lau Ying Kheng on Matthew 6. She challenged us to allow our hearts to melt before God while engaged in prayer walking and watching around the EAST neighbourhood resulting in a transformed heart.

“Pray to be seen by God
Our reward is to be seen and heard and answered
Pray to be heard by God not by men
Prayer language of the heart
Pray with the heart, say what you mean, mean what you say
Pray to be transformed not to be informed
When we pray, our heart melts.”

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Remembering the Nations in a Worldwide Day of Prayer

 

Prayer is God’s invitation to come alongside with Him for the matters He cares about. Corporate prayer unites our hearts, minds and wills to God’s heartbeat as we seek His face and purposes together. We gather as a global organization (Cru/CCC International) with a common prayer theme every April and October.

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EAST Day of Prayer 2018

EAST Day of Prayer (DOP) occurs twice in an academic year. The school pauses for the recent DOP as we seek God’s face in intercessory prayer.

Ms Amy Lau, an EAST faculty and devotional speaker for the DOP, reminded us of the need for a cleansed heart as we approached the throne of grace in reverential worship and faith-filled petition. There was a holy hush as Amy led us in the liturgical prayer of penitence and purity following the Anglican tradition:

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