Singapore is home to 5.7 million people and is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities on the planet. The majority of people living in Singapore identify with Buddhism, Taoism and/or traditional Chinese folk religion, however, there are significant populations of all other major religions. Singapore is a fascinating mixture of modern and traditional.
Despite an active and well-resourced church, there is a significant cultural divide between Christians (the majority of who are English-speaking and university-educated) and people of other backgrounds.
The Singapore team have developed a Disciple Making Movement (DMM) training process in and for Asian contexts, including urban and multicultural ones. The discipleship training is designed to help participants wrestle with the Word and what God is doing in their context, being and making disciples in a way that can lead to movements.
We are catalysing prayer across Singapore – engaging and resourcing people committed to praying for the nation.
We regularly hold training and equipping sessions to help followers of Jesus discern and partner with God in the harvest and are working in creative ways among the harvest, forming Discover Bible Study groups in people’s context and communities.
DMM Training in Singapore
We have a number of different training opportunities in Singapore: