GCF Fellowship Meeting

Date: Tuesday, 16 October, 2012
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Venue: Singapore Bible College, 9-15 Adam Road, Singapore 289886
Theme: Theological Reflections on the National Conversation
Speakers: Dr Kwa Kiem Kiok and Mr Benjamin Ho


Our inaugural GCF Fellowship Meeting will be on the evening of 16 October 2012 (Tuesday). We are glad to have Dr Kwa Kiem Kiok, a faculty member at East Asia School of Theology, and Mr Benjamin Ho, a Researcher at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, lead us in a theological reflection on the National Conversation at this meeting.
One of our objectives for this and other upcoming Fellowship Meetings is to create a platform where GCF-ers can fellowship and discuss current issues. Please come with other members of your sectional group for a time of interaction and learning with GCF-ers from other sectional groups!
Topic: Theological Reflections on the National Conversation
When: 16 October 2012 (Tuesday)
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: Singapore Bible College, 9-15 Adam Road, Singapore 289886 (nearest MRT station: Botanic Gardens (Circle Line)
Registration Fee: $10.00 (Diiner and drinks will be provided.Dinner will commence at 6.30pm)
Please let Simon know if you will be attending (by telephone- 6338 6283 or by email- gcfsing@gcf.org.sg) so that we can cater accordingly.
Registration is required.
 Dr Kwa Kiem Kiok
 Dr Kwa Kiem Kiok teaches inter-cultural studies, including classes such as contextualisation, urban ministry and understanding globalisation, at East Asia School of Theology. She sees public theology, how the church interacts with the society around her, as a contextual issue. She is also currently involved in some bioethics committees. Kiem Kiok served in GCF as Graduate Secretary and has also worked in her home church, Trinity Methodist Church in the area of discipleship and nurture.
Mr Benjamin Ho
 Mr Benjamin Ho is currently working as a researcher at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). His research interests include the study of multilateral institutions in the Asia-Pacific region, US-China political relations, globalisation, mass media and religion. He holds a Bachelor of Communication Studies and a Master in International Relations (both from NTU). Prior to his current job, Benjamin worked as a research analyst in the Singapore government and had also worked as a journalist at the Straits Times. He currently worships at a Mandarin-speaking congregation at Family of Grace Evangelical Free Church and is involved in the church’s Missions, Evangelism and Worship ministries. Outside of church, Benjamin sings with Hallelujah Oratorio Society, a Christian non-profit organisation in Singapore and is also involved with GCF’s Issachar Forum film and faith ministry called Open Eyes in a Darkened Room.