Covenant Youth and Youth Adults

WORSHIP Jesus through Word. Outreach. Revivalist. Supernatural. Honor. Impact. Prayer

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.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

YaYA Games Sunday

Hi YaYA! Time to go crazy this Sun! Bring your games attire and proper running shoes as we battle it out to see who's the fastest and baddest! Winner will get a "cool" prize on a hot day! See you everyone! :-D Shaun

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Youth Alpha Course

Sign up with Pastor Christina or Pastor Henry if you are keen. Training is free for Covenant Youths or Young Adults.

Monday, October 25, 2010


It was really a wonderful sight to see the youths and young adults worshipping God yesterday at our first combined YaYA Extended Worship. What an awesome time of soaking in His presence and talking to our loving Father in Heaven. God speaks to us when we spend extended time in prayer and worship.
Jesus repeatedly withdrew to be alone with His Father in prayer – early in the morning, up on the mountain, in the desert, and sometime for a whole night. The apostle Paul was also a man of prayer. He may be an apostle. He may be the great pioneer of churches. He may be the remarkable writer that God used to bring the Scripture. But he was fundamentally a man of prayer. He prayed constantly, and he encouraged others to pray without ceasing. He prayed for the church because he loved them with the love of Christ.
We are convinced that Prayer will become the DNA of the young people in Covenant. Remember to pray for those who are unwell, those who are taking their exams, pray for Pastor Keith and all the leaders in Covenant, pray for all the youth and young adult leaders and pray for Pastor Eng Kiat and the church in Thailand.

Henry and Carol

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Telunas, 2010!

Ok people, it's confirmed.. Be sure to block out these dates: 
17th -20th December.
Only S$210.
SIGN UP Today!

Live, Whatever for?

Monday, October 18, 2010

This Sunday (24 Oct) - YaYA Extended Worship !!

THE WAY WE WORSHIP by Jack W. Hayford.

"The wisdom of New Testament believers is their recognition that worship is not a cerebral pursuit, a mystical consciousness, or an emotional binge. It is the TOTAL BEING aglow in the life the Holy Spirit imparts, offering spiritual sacrifices (Roman 12:1-2, Hebrews 13:15, 1 Peter 2:5, Psalm 51:17).

Worship (proskuneo) actually means "to protrate oneself before God." But the essence of worship when we gather together is not the physical prostration as much as the breaking of the pride; the flattening of the human will which rises to assert its own dignity, ignorant all the while that our highest dignity will be the nobility of entering the presence of the King with Worship, praise, and thanksgiving, thereby giving place for His glory to dwell in our midst."

Roman 12:1-2
Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God - this is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform to the patttern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is - his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

TMT 2010 Dec

Jesus never meant for miracles to be an end in themselves but rather an invitation into a superior kingdom, a catalyst to cultural transformation. Jesus told the city of Capernaum, "if the miracles had occurred in Sodom which occurred in you, it would have remained to this day” (Matthew 11:23). To the cities of Chorazin and Bethsaida he said, "if the miracles had occurred in Tyre and Sidon which occurred in you, they would have repented long ago in sackcloth and ashes” (Matthew 11:21). Our Lord’s message is clear; the most important manifestations of miracles are a world in revival. –Kris Vallotton

A Miracle 6 years in the making…..
On my first mission trip, I made a very good friend Pui. She would come to every English club and every session we had at the local church. We exchanged phone numbers and addresses so that we can to write to each other. Due to the lack of a better alternative in an attempt to make this short lived friendship last longer (because TMT usually lasts not more than 2 weeks), we soon lost contact. Some months passed. Some years went by too, the letters just stopped. I did get the occasional phone call from her but because it is so costly, it just never seemed sufficient. 

The next part was related to me by YingQi, a good friend of Pui. Just a few nights ago, Pui was surfing the net and decided to google Thachang church. That to me sounds really funny, why would someone google a church that would quite likely not have any website? I guess she missed her friends, home, family and the list goes on because she’s studying and working at the same time in Bangkok. She stumbled upon a photo posted at least 6 to 7 years ago and went on to search for us on Facebook. YingQi having a unique name saw the Facebook search and really quickly, Pui found many of the trippers and myself. Because of this God-inspired event, I got to talk to Pui for a good 30 minutes before we all had to sleep at 2am.

The greatest miracle happened to me because I was asking God to send me a big-big encouragement for me to go for the coming YAYA TMT 2010. 

TMT is as much as us going to bring the gospel message to the Thai people, it is also a time where we see God for our own faith and to express God’s love to others. 

Time to go? Sign up with Uncle Henry, Auntie Carol, or Uncle Cheng Kie.

God is definitely creative!

I found joy,
Clarence. (:

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Update on Youth & Young Adult Ministry

I recently updated Ps Eng Kiat on the merger of the Youth and Young Adult Ministry. He send me an encouraging reply, "It is a good strategy and continuity to bring together the Youth and Young Adult under one central vision. Pray that the Lord will enable and help you to lead this critical ministry of discipling the next generation at Covenant."

As part of the transition, we send 14 Youth and Young Adult leaders to attend a course conducted by Trinity Theological College on “Thinking Intentionally about Youth Ministry” – 22 Sep to 10 Nov 10 (8 Wednesday nights). This is a great time for us to reflect and think about the ministry we are doing among the young people in Covenant.

It is our prayer that we will become a community of Christ where people are valued more than things, where youths and young adults are empowered to fulfill their God-given destiny. 

A revised programme to provide a constant rhythm and pattern where our young people come together to have inter-CGs/BAGs and intra-CGs/BAGs interactions will be established (see fig).
Pastor Henry