From The National Director
Find out the journey of our incoming National Director, Goh Hock Chye, that led to him assuming this great leadership responsibility.
Staying the course requires us to remain faithful to our calling and mission. Especially during this time of transition, this is exactly what Cru Singapore intends to do.
With various storms that seem to be swirling around us, what is the perspective that we should be taking through this?
In matters concerning life and faith, we often have more questions than answers. How do we respond when God stays silent, or does not give us the answers we want?
There is a battle that is waging for our minds. Do we need to start changing what we are allowing in to our thought life?
Let's use this circuit breaker to love and care for those closest to us.
Do you know how your heart is really doing? In this season, let's take the time to check the condition of our hearts and hear from the One who knows it better than we do.
How do we protect our peace from the anxiety and worries that we face?
In times of trouble, how do we access God's promise of peace that surpasses all understanding?
Some thing to think about in seasons of endless party invitations.
What do people see in us? What we “show and tell” in our lives to those around us unveil the state of our hearts.
How do we navigate the waiting process, when can't seem to understand what God is doing in our lives?
When waiting gets agonising, how should one respond? How can one remain hopeful?
What can we do in the face of fear?
The beauty of earthly celebrations offers us a glimpse into the grander parties in heaven.
What voices are you currently hearing in your hearts right now? Read how Kok Hiang battles the voice of discouragement and negativity.
How a door sign led me to think about the condition of my heart.
How is your new year going to be? It's often a choice between letting our zealous past be a distant memory or returning to God with a renewed devotion. What does Chapter 2 of Jeremiah have to say about this?
A reflection on the cost of our faith.
Amid our busy schedules, let's take a pause to behold a God who is constantly thinking about us.
Thanksgiving, an occasion traditionally celebrated in North America, is a timely reminder to be thankful. When things are not going as well, however, we struggle to find reasons to thank Him.
Stories from LiveSg
Get to know Cru Singapore’s newly transitioned Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Goh Hock Chye, as he shares with us some significant moments and lessons he's learnt over 25 years in ministry.
Chronic illness already had bodies in lockdown before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yet both are potentially instruments through which Jesus’ greatness is revealed.
Contrary to the consumer-culture of today, read on to find out how this couple and their family have chosen to wholly depend on the God who called them for all their needs.
After 44 Years serving the Lord, this faithful couple share their principles, treasured moments and important lessons learnt during ministry.
Ever wondered why God has allowed you to go through all these different experiences and how the different parts of who you are make sense together? Read on to find out about Penpen's experience, and how she saw God weave everything together.
How two Cru Singapore campus staff nourished their souls in isolation during these strange times
When the tune of life starts to shift towards the minor key, will we notice God’s “small” blessings?
True or False: The credit for many organisations’ digital transformation in 2020 goes to COVID-19?
Thank you Ravi, for how you have lived your life, training and inspiring a generation of apologists, and workers in the Lord’s vineyard to winsomely and faithfully proclaim the gospel in every way possible.
On the 14th of May, Cru held a webinar on “Covid-19 Conversations: Dealing with Temptations (Porn on the Internet)”, the third in its series of special webinars with distinguished speakers to provide a platform for you to ask questions, receive counsel and be discipled during an unprecedented time of our lives.
This is a challenging season for us all. But some of our unique situations have made it more so than others. We hear from a missionary, who once was a third culture kid, navigating through this time.
Tracking with Cru Singapore’s latest missionary family in Japan
Reclaiming the art of story-telling in outreach and discipleship
She connects with people in the digital space that God made possible
Meet Tricia, who has found her calling to help women and young adults live purposefully through life coaching.
Suicide is the leading cause of death for those aged 10 to 29, with males accounting for more than 71% of all suicides last year. (Samaritans of Singapore, 2019)
When our youths brave through mental health issues, there's always 2 sides to their stories.
As we come alongside them, are we relieving—or even contributing to— their loneliness?
Remember: there's always 2 sides to the story.
Rejected and shut out from home, Joy wanted to end her life. Giving The Last Resort a shot, she discovered something she's never experienced before.
More than two years ago, Amy* experienced an anxiety trigger incident that started her journey back to mental wholeness. Read more about her journey here.
When both business and mission work were thriving, Olive Vine co-founder Jason was diagnosed with a very rare form of brain tumour.
Meet Josephine Loh, Cru Singapore’s youngest STINTer moving over to Budapest to serve with MK2MK (Missionary Kid 2 Missionary Kid), a Cru ministry.
From underdog to thriving ministry, Athletes in Action Singapore sees God's hand at every step
Read about Patrick's journey of overcoming the odds and finding his passion in life, because of the love of people who believed in him.
Unfazed by life circumstances, Jiamin bravely chose a path radically different from her contemporaries. After 4 years and 31 countries on board Doulos, her life is no longer the same.
Singapore's "Gangster Lawyer" Josephus Tan's promise to God shaped him to be the mentor he is today.
Take a peek into Cru Singapore's water programme in rural Asia.
Hear how this girl quietly became Singapore's new missions trailblazer.
How does one cope with childlessness? What if one faces disappointment after disappointment?
Compelled by grace, Jon, Amanda and Michelle embarked on a life-changing journey that led to the birth of ReadAble.
Can art create any tangible good for society? Is art and faith likened to water and oil–they can never mix?
This young millennial gave up her cushy urban life for a stint in Mongolia. What is it like to walk a path less travelled?
When the pressures of parenting crushed this young mother, read how she picked herself up and swallowed her pride.
Rebecca Kwa from Cru Singapore Campus Ministry forsook a potentially lucrative career trajectory to be a mentor for youths and young adults.
How a couple shook off shackles of mourning to embrace their seasons in life
How do you find significance in midst of tragedy?
What if your greatest tragedy becomes the greatest turning point in your life?
Seeing missions through the lenses of a missionary’s wife.
Cru’s commitment to help every campus disciple discover the beauty–and cost–of discipleship
Read how 8-Day Challenge participants took Christ's love to the streets in the wee hours of the morning!
Up-close-and-personal with ForeRunner’s Team Leader
Amanda took a path less travelled, and ended up on an unexpected journey.
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