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Categories : History / Theological Resources, John Tay
A Short History of Indigenous Mission In Singapore

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“Dr John Tay, in a sense much like the physician Luke of the Acts of the Apostles, has done a
marvellous job in capturing the “ACTS” in Singapore of the birthing of indigenous missions.
He painstakingly took the trouble, leaving no stone unturned, in digging up all the historical
pockets of Singapore to bring to light the beginnings of indigenous missions in Singapore,
which otherwise would not see the light of day.”

E Sudhir Isaiah, PhD
President, Bethany International University, Singapore

This book captures the beginnings and major developments of indigenous mission in Singapore. Key movers and pioneers of mission organisations and conferences in Singapore and Asia are mentioned, notably Dr Tan Kok Beng, who has demonstrated an unusual passion for evangelism and mission, and who has played a pivotal role in the unfolding of indigenous mission in Singapore. In addition, this book recounts a brief history of the church in Singapore and the link between the Holy Spirit and missions. The author also discusses the relationship between indigenous mission and God’s destiny for Singapore.
“Dr John Tay, in a sense much like the physician Luke of the Acts of the Apostles, has done a marvellous job in capturing the “ACTS” in Singapore of the birthing of indigenous missions. He painstakingly took the trouble, leaving no stone unturned, in digging up all the historical pockets of Singapore to bring to light the beginnings of indigenous missions in Singapore, which otherwise would not see the light of day.”

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-94-6
981-4270-94-6
200 by 130mm
128 pages

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Weight 0.185 kg

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“Dr John Tay, in a sense much like the physician Luke of the Acts of the Apostles, has done a
marvellous job in capturing the “ACTS” in Singapore of the birthing of indigenous missions.
He painstakingly took the trouble, leaving no stone unturned, in digging up all the historical
pockets of Singapore to bring to light the beginnings of indigenous missions in Singapore,
which otherwise would not see the light of day.”

E Sudhir Isaiah, PhD
President, Bethany International University, Singapore

This book captures the beginnings and major developments of indigenous mission in Singapore. Key movers and pioneers of mission organisations and conferences in Singapore and Asia are mentioned, notably Dr Tan Kok Beng, who has demonstrated an unusual passion for evangelism and mission, and who has played a pivotal role in the unfolding of indigenous mission in Singapore. In addition, this book recounts a brief history of the church in Singapore and the link between the Holy Spirit and missions. The author also discusses the relationship between indigenous mission and God’s destiny for Singapore.
“Dr John Tay, in a sense much like the physician Luke of the Acts of the Apostles, has done a marvellous job in capturing the “ACTS” in Singapore of the birthing of indigenous missions. He painstakingly took the trouble, leaving no stone unturned, in digging up all the historical pockets of Singapore to bring to light the beginnings of indigenous missions in Singapore, which otherwise would not see the light of day.”

ISBN 13:
ISBN 10:
Size:
No. of Pages:
978-981-4270-94-6
981-4270-94-6
200 by 130mm
128 pages

Additional Information

Weight 0.185 kg