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Did you know? The tradition of giving gifts during Christmas goes long back in history to Bethlehem, where The Wise Men brought their gifts to baby Jesus – Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh. Even if your picks are not such a royal mix, you might already have a list of Christmas gifts to purchase for your friends and family. Or you might be winging it, going for a last-minute hunt. How about a little tweak to your plan this year? Here is a list of some unusual gifts you can pick this year and be a blessing.

How can young Christians harness digital tools to share and grow in their faith, and how can pastors and youth workers use technology in creative ways to support their youth ministry? These were some of the questions broached at a dialogue with Kevin Kim, Executive Director of Crazy Love in San Francisco, and elder and pastor at We Are Church. Kevin discussed the intersection of faith and technology in the digital age, and shared his personal experience of using digital tools to aid Christian ministry.

On 23 February 2019, around 40 students and young professionals joined Reverend Andrew Morley, President and CEO of World Vision International, for an exposition of Micah 6:8 and a dialogue on his experience of juggling and reconciling his professional responsibilities in the marketplace with deepening involvement in holistic ministry before joining World Vision. Deborah Wee and Christabel Chan, both students from the National University of Singapore, share their reflections.

On the evening of 22 February 2019, members of the Graduates’ Christian Fellowship (GCF) gathered for an up-close-and-personal dialogue with Reverend Andrew Morley, President and CEO of World Vision International. Andrew spoke about his experience of serving God in the commercial sector, and how God brought him from the realm of media and digital business into the humanitarian space.

On 22 February 2019, 55 representatives from 19 churches and 16 parachurch organisations in Singapore came together at Bible House for a forum organised by World Vision on how the Church in Singapore can strengthen our collective efforts at engaging youth and young adults and nurturing them spiritually.

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