Nicholas and Chi are our newest self-funded staff who have been appointed to support our campus ministries and overseas missions. A newly married couple who had been key lay leaders in the NUS Navigators, find out how the Lord has brought them to where they are today.
I am thankful for the many opportunities I had during the trip to share my salvation testimony and my experiences in my journey of following Christ. God had allowed me to experience the profound measure of His grace, so that I could share it with others and draw them closer to Him.
We envision a thriving disciplemaking community that is constantly reproducing disciples and disciplemakers among individuals in the technology field or through technology. By harnessing the potential of technology, we can propel our work into harvest fields that may be challenging to reach through traditional means.
Joseph is committed to embodying The Navigators' mission of life-on-life discipleship. He actively shares the message of Christ and nurtures disciples within his family and social networks as an integral part of his daily life.
Our mission is to raise up communities of disciples among relatives and family members who will support and inspire each other to live as devoted disciples and labourers for Christ, wherever God has placed us.
In April of this year, Aaron, Winston and Aldred embarked on a short-term mission trip to South Asia with the purpose of serving alongside the local leaders, learning from them, and cultivating a heart for the lost.