Mistakes

Missionaries

Make

A Missions Symposium

21 November 2020, Saturday 7.30pm on Zoom.

About

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We often hear success stories of missions work. But what of the boo-boos and the un-glam stuff that happen behind the scenes?

For that, we present you Mistakes Missionaries Make (MMM), a missions symposium that uncovers the realities and challenges that missionaries and ministers face.

MMM is a radically different symposium that brings senior missionaries/ministers from diverse backgrounds and denominations to share candidly about their early missteps, mistakes and lessons learnt.

This open sharing will definitely inspire, bring greater understanding of missions; and more importantly – the lessons gleaned can help the next generation avoid the same pitfalls.

Upcoming Session

Counting The Cost

We invite you to join us in an upcoming session on 21 November, Saturday 7.30pm!

This will be a Zoom session with invited panelists Dr. Tan T’zu Jen, a medical missionary serving on the borders between Thailand and Myanmar, Mr. Willy Ong, Executive Director of OM Singapore, and Mr. Gerry Gan, a missionary of 8 years to Thailand with the Anglican Church.

This panel session will be moderated by Mr. Eugene Wee, Founder & Executive Director of RADION International.

Do feel free to share this with your missions community, or friends who are planning to head into missions.

As this is a ticketed event, we will need you to register in the section below.

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How To Sign Up

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The upcoming MMM is a ticketed event at $10 per participant. All proceeds from this event will go towards supporting the Singapore Centre for Global Missions (SCGM) in support of their work in spurring the next generation into missions.

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MMM Panelists

Introducing our Speakers for the event.

Dr. Tan T’zu-Jen

Dr. Tan T’zu-Jen

Panel Speaker

Dr. Tan T’zu-Jen is a general surgeon who has been serving border people on the western Thai border with Myanmar for the past 5 years.

Dr. Jen, as he is known, previously worked with Kwai River Christian Hospital, and over the past year have started SHALOM, a medical mercy ministry in his village community for invalids, home-bound elderly, and the destitute. This ministry seeks to bring the reality of God’s wholeness and harmony through faithful words and action.

Dr. Jen is excited to share field notes, and the encouragement of surviving mistakes by the grace of God, with fellow journeymen whose hearts are being stirred to build up the Kingdom of God.

Willy Ong

Willy Ong

Panel Speaker

Willy has previously been involved in the non-profit sector of Singapore for more than a decade both in the public service and people sector. In 2014, he served onboard the OM Ship Logos Hope together with his wife and 2 young children, overseeing the ship’s public facing ministries. Willy now serves as the Executive Director of OM Singapore, mobilising for global mission and exploring new ways in which the gospel can reach the world.

Gerry Gan

Gerry Gan

Panel Speaker

Gerry is currently a missionary of 8 years with The Anglican Church in Thailand based in Chiangmai together with his wife and three daughters. In Chiangmai, Gerry helped oversee the renovation of the Anglican Church’s northern centre. He is currently part of the kindergarten’s management team, the overseas liaison for mission teams and does outreach within the local community.

Before stepping into the mission field, Gerry pursued a career in Education Technology and worked with local Singapore schools for more than 16 years providing training and consultancy services to various levels of education staff and students.

In the midst of his career, Gerry organized and led various teams to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand to slums, refugee camps and rural villages. There he and his team provided teaching resources and gave language and education technology training to the teachers and students.

Email: general@radion-international.org