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29 May 2015—Singapore Kindness Movement presents an award to the Heart of God Church youth for the #loveothers14 initiative. Every year, the Kindred Spirit Circle Certificate is only given out to 5 initiatives that made a significant impact in the area of building a kinder and more gracious society. Five Heart of God Church youths – Stephanie, Sylvester, Charmaine, Cordell and…

Heart of God Church, Nepal, Disaster, Relief, Humanitarian, HOGC

From 13 May-17 May, Heart of God Church sent a team of four to Nepal for disaster relief. The team was made up of our missions director Martin Wong, our fulltime staff Colin Chia and two doctors from our church, Dr. Wee Jia Yan and Dr. Leonard Leng. Our team began their operations in the Sindhupalchok district, next to the…

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On 25 April, Nepal was struck by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake which killed more than 8,000, injured more than 18,000 and left countless homeless and in need of aid. On 13 May, Heart of God Church will be sending up a team to help with the disaster relief, comprising of: Martin Wong - Our missions director and former deputy CO of an…

#SG50 is never the same without you, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. We mourn for the loss of a great man who forged this little nation, but we celebrate a legacy that will never be forgotten. We remember how you ensured we survived, thrived and eventually succeeded as a nation, you who defied all odds and enabled us to lift our…

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“You cannot unlearn what you have seen.” - Pastor Bill Wilson 6th March 2015, our largest missions team yet headed to Manila, Philippines for the most awaited mission trip of the year. The mission was in collaboration with Metro World Child (MWC) Manila, and the first to be personally led by Pastor Bill Wilson. More than 300 members applied for the…

MM Zone ready to make a difference. For many, this was their first mission trip.

In 2007, we founded Destiny Care Foundation in General Santos City, Philippines in partnership with a local church. Destiny Care Foundation provides housing, three hot meals a day, education and other basic necessities for children abandoned on the city streets. For many in our team, this was their very first mission trip. They were surprised by the overwhelming response of the children -…

Our big-hearted volunteers (from left to right): Janet, Lay Chin, Shang, Linda, Elsie, Janie, Gilbert, Ning Jer, Teddy and Yang

“The strength of a church lies not in its seating capacity but its sending capacity.” Andrew and Grace (AG) Home is a Christian girls' home for troubled teenagers. Over the past year, volunteers from our church have been taking time out of their schedules to visit these girls and share the love of God with them. Initially, these girls were…

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