ThriveSg is a ministry that seeks to empower people to thrive significantly by promoting emotional wellness & resilience, through cultivating self-discovery, providing emotional healing and supporting personal growth.
“Organising the 50th Anniversary was a faith-stretching adventure for me,” quipped Mr Yong Chee Yee, the overall coordinator. Chee Yee is also Cru Singapore’s Chief of Staff, assisting the Country Leader in day-to-day affairs, leaders’ coordination, and staff care.
As she breathed her last, Mandy’s mother told her, “Don’t cry for me.” So Mandy did just that. Growing up, Mandy was taught that “It’s a weakness to show emotions; we should thank God in every circumstance.” As she battled to suppress her grief, things took a toll on her.
As school campuses all quitened due to Covid-19 safe management measures, Cru's Campus Ministry team had to adapt quickly to continue engaging students as physical meetings were severely impacted. Find out from the experiences of our campus staff what ministry life was like for them last year!
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.
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.
Empowering children is crucial for their growth and development as individuals. When we provide children with tools and support, they flourish as adults. Find out how you can make a difference in others' lives.