I so wish I had had the chance to read this when I became a missions pastor more than seven years ago—it would have benefited me tremendously during my time in the role. As I read the book, I kept getting ideas and thinking of things I would have done differently if I had this information before!
- Pastor Cameron Walcott, Pastor, The Cornerstone Michigan
Former Missions Pastor, Cornerstone Community Church, Singapore
W M Syn courageously invites us all to a critical analysis of the status quo and to a discernment of the opportunities and challenges that shape the future of mission work. This book is both timely and thought provoking.
- Michel Kenmogne, Executive Director, SIL International
On Being the Antioch of Asia
On Being the Antioch of Asia draws from research which involved 65 missions stakeholders in the - 50 of which were Singaporeans. Each voice represents a snapshot and an important perspective of missions in Singapore. The book celebrates the tremendous things which have happened in Singapore missions and also challenges us to look to the next steps of our growth as a movement.
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