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"Christianity in Asia. Our mission is to empower working adults to apply Godly principles to contemporary issues of immediate concern."

Our Board

ANDREW GOH

MARTIN TAN

GOH ENG KEE

ONG GUEK JU (Chairman)

Guek Ju is a gifted teacher of the Word, regularly training others in her capacity as the Principal of Tung Ling Bible School and Dean of the School of Ministry, including the Bible College of Wales. Her passionate desire to train and mentor young women and leaders from all walks of life comes through her experience as a professional life coach from Lifeforming Leadership Coaching and as an adjunct faculty at the Haggai Institute for Advanced Leadership Training in the Mid-Pacific Centre, Maui. She has authored a book entitled, “From Strength to Strength.”

 

She and her husband, Philip, have been happily married for more than 35 years and are worshipping at Hinghwa Methodist Church.

Andrew is the Editor-in-Chief and Executive Director of Impact, a lifelong involvement in Christian literature. He has served on EFOS as Vice-chairman and on both World Vision Singapore and Halogen Foundation boards.

As a marketplace person, he has spoken to conventions and conferences and acted as consultants to some well-known and leading organizations like Singapore Airlines and the Millennium & Copthorne chain of hotels.

Martin is the Executive Director of The Majurity Trust Ltd, a philanthropic organisation with social impact programmes and platforms to create, invest and advance collaborative causes and activities that build a thriving and sustainable community for all in Singapore. He was formerly the Executive Director of Institute for Societal Leadership and Co-Founder of Halogen Foundation Singapore.

 

Martin works with leaders in the public, private and people sector in over 14 countries including Afghanistan, Bhutan, China, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, United Kingdom and the United States. For his contributions to Singapore and the region, Martin was awarded The Outstanding Young Person Award in 2008 in Singapore, inducted as a Fellow of Asia 21, as part of Asia Society New York in 2011 and was conferred the Singapore Youth Award, Singapore’s highest accolade for youth in 2013.

Until mid-June 2016, Eng Kee has worked as a journalist and a Christian aid worker.  He worked in local newspapers and the Singapore bureau of Reuters news agency, finishing at the Business Times, where he was a News Editor.

He started the World Vision International Singapore office in 1983 and also served overseas in the Hong Kong support office and the China support office. In between, he also served in the Singapore International Foundation (SIF) as its Director for International Networking.