Covenant Youth and Youth Adults

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Psalms 27:4

Becoming dwelling places for Him to dwell in

Monthly Extended Worship

Spend time soaking and being in His presence, talking to Him as He speaks to us

CG/BAG Time/Bible Study

Your weekly Cell Groups or Basic Accountability Groups, ploring over the word, journeying together

Our Core Values

Jesus is the focus of our worship.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

This Sunday - BAG Bible Study

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Vision From the Heats

Dear Young Adults,

Yes, the Extended Worship is back this Sunday!!

Timing is 1.30pm at the Sanctuary. Our Extended Worship this Sunday will focus on the theme "Vision from the Hearts".

I really believe that God wants to release vision on us. I believe that God wants to release dreams to every young adults in Covenant that you would literally be seeds planted to inspire hope and faith in God, that you will be hope for the hopeless, joy for the depressed, and healing for the sick.

Let us pray this Sunday that every Covenant young adult would be people inspired to break down barriers of small thinking and believe that God can do amazing things with normal everyday supernatural people. Indeed, come and hear testimonies from some of our young adults who prayed for people at last Sunday's Sri Lankan Service and several healing took place!!

We will pray as the Holy Spirit leads and guides us. Amidst the ongoing political turmoil in Thailand, let us also pray for this nation, that they will experience the move of God and that revivals will start in Thailand.

See you there !
Henry and Carol

Monday, March 22, 2010

YA Extended Worship!


2 months have quickly gone by since the first extended worship.

And it is time, yet again, for the YA Extended Worship.

Sanctuary 1.30pm 28th March 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

YA This Sunday, 21 March 2010

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Interview with Siew Lee (COCOON)

This is an interview with Ting Siew Lee, a missionary working at COCOON in Dili, East Timor. COCOON is an education project that was started by Lai Kheng. There is a need for people to be educated with skills that can help them live a life with improvements to their standard of living. There is potential for discipling of a new generation of youths and children through education, for instance teaching English.

Siew Lee and Lee Shan, who are the instructors and strategic planner of the COCOON, use Tetum (local language) to teach English. With strong intercessory support behind this Cocoon education project and the dedication of Siew Lee and Lee Shan, this project has achieved very good response since it was started 2.5 years ago.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010



It is another BAG session this weekend on Sunday 14th March 2010!

It is the final session on Jim Cymbala's book. "When God's People Pray"

Look forward to the culmination and consolidation of all that you have been learning this weekend!

The Intern.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Updates and Prayer Requests

This is Uncle Kim Chai standing beside his Mitsubishi, a missionary in Liquica, who drove Aunty Mui up the hills. She's pretty much left with her half her life after feeling drowsy on the way up. Poor dear.

Children hitching a ride up to their school as we headed up the hills to Emera Orphan Home

See their happy faces :)

The team, having a worship and devotion session by the beach.

The team praying for this Lutheran church which we visited while enroute to Ermera. We pray for unity in the church as well as amongst the 100 churches in East Timor.

Timorese pastor's wife and children of the Lutheran church

A happy Kaka, at Hope Orphanage posing with the star he just made from the Art & Craft Session led by Mui Fong.

The children with their stars which signify a hope for the nation

Children responded in prayer after the evangelical mime skit by the CPC Team.

The team with the kids from Hope Orphanage

The team visiting University of Timor Leste, whilst prayer walking, having an exchange with a student from the school, who's in his final year of his studies, majoring in agriculture. Pray that the young people of East Timor will dare to dream dreams for their country.

The story of the Timor Flag, where the star in the midst of the black areas represents the hope of the new nation coming out of the darkness, the yellow stripes represents the sorrow the nation went through and the red colour represents the great amount of blood shed during the war. While many Timorese have sacrificed their lives for freedom, pray that they will find the

The Parliament House and Prime Minister's office; pray that God will give the government leaders the wisdom to bring transformation to East Timor.

Tetun-English lessons taught by Siew Lee, Julie. She's a Singaporean who has been in East Timor for more than 2 years working on the “Cocoon” which is an educational project of Transformation Alliance. Pray that God will protect and strengthen all the missionaries and workers in the land.

The 4x4 SUVs, driving uphills up towards Emera. This is pretty much the most exciting portion of the journey upwards and downwards :) Uncle Chung Tat is the cool one behind the wheel!

Monday, March 1, 2010

This Week 7th March


This week we are heading back to our BAG sessions, with Jim Cymbala. Once again, see you at the YA room punctually at 11:30am on Sunday


Remember also to keep Uncle Henry, Alvin and Joyce [As well as the whole ET Mission Team] in prayer as they continue their journey there this week.