Apart from our shared love for Jesus, we at OYP also share a great love for food so that tells you a little bit about our choice of words here!

But as it says in scripture,"Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God." - Luke 4:4

It is our hope that the stories and reflections you find here will serve to encourage and bless you on your faith journey. We hope it serves as a reminder that none of us are really alone!


 

Articles

Click HERE for articles and reflections on faith and spiritual growth. And if you feel so moved, drop
us an email at: info.oyp@catholic.org.sg

Testimony & Thanksgiving

        “And they have conquered him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony”
                                                                       – Revelations 12:11

Click HERE for all the encouraging testimonies of what God has been doing in our lives. And if you feel
so moved, drop email us at: info.oyp@catholic.org.sg

Past Events

Welcome! Click HERE for articles on our past events and if you like what you see, head on over to our Upcoming Events page to check out what’s currently going on! Who knows, maybe we’ll see you soon!


 

LIVELOUD

Date: 24th September 2018 Time: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Venue: ZEPP@BigBox Cost: $20.00 Get ready to sing your praises, dance for joy and intimately encounter God through the gift of worship at the LIVELOUD concert! Held on November 24 at ZEPP@Big Box, the non-profit concert is mainly for youth aged 13 to 30 years […]

New Wine (Part One): Finding Light in Darkness

by Joseph Fernandez Holy darkness, blessed night Heaven’s answer hidden from our sight As we await You, O God of silence We embrace Your holy night – Holy Darkness, Dan Schutte Imagine yourself waking up in the middle of a dark night. You exit your house and begin wandering around a dimly-lit forest. You cannot […]

Putting the Discipline in Discipleship

by Jonathan Justin Chng Whenever you watch your favourite athlete, let’s say Messi or Ronaldo, what do you notice? Are you impressed by their skills in soccer? Are you in awe of how they are able to curve that ball into the goal post? No doubt, these athletes have the skill and talent to pull off […]

Finding True Riches in Poverty

by Revelation 22 In the Rosary, “poverty of spirit” is described as the spiritual fruit from reflecting on the Third Joyful Mystery, the Nativity of our Lord. What is poverty of spirit? We may imagine that it refers to sacrifice or carrying of our crosses, resulting in us feeling down in spirits. Yet, in the Gospel of […]

Shackled by Sin, Saved by Grace

by Jamie Thea Lin Whenever people talk about sin, it tends to revolve around a fierce God who will punish us for every trespass we commit: Cain was made to walk the earth as a fugitive forever, Lot’s wife got turned into a pillar of salt for looking back on Sodom, and the entire Egypt […]

5 SIGNS THAT YOU SHOULD ATTEND A YOUNG ADULTS’ RETREAT

by Mitchell Tan (Sign up HERE!) Think a young adults’ retreat isn’t for you? Here are five reasons why you should reconsider. I previously attended the Treasure Young Adults Encounter retreat, conducted by the Office for Young People where I took on the role of a small group facilitator. On the surface, it may seem […]

Redemption: Moving in Faith

by Nicholas Noel Loo Have you ever wished you could begin anew? Have there been choices that you’ve come to regret, or experiences you wish you never have been subject to? How desperately and deeply have you longed for redemption? When I recount the times I’ve fallen short in my friendships and life choices, I […]

Living a Life of Discipleship

by Sandra Elizabeth Yim We’re all probably familiar with the story of the five loaves and two fishes (John 6): how Jesus took the bread and fish offered by a little boy, gave thanks to God and distributed it to thousands of people with 12 baskets of leftovers to spare. Everyone knows about the miracle […]

TESTIMONY & THANKSGIVING: He Gives Me Strength

Michael (above, far right)  by Michael Krygsman Prior to Treasure, I often found myself too proud to place God in the centre of my life. I was constantly consumed by the guilt and shame from my sins and I never felt worthy of his love. As a result, the Sacrament of Reconciliation was something foreign […]

Constant Conversion: An Everyday Guide

by Sarah Rachel Teo I attended the Awaken conversion retreat in 2013 because the new Catholic friends I had met in polytechnic were also going for it and I wanted to be with them. This spurred my desire to serve in my parish youth community, polytechnic community, and in catechetical ministry as a facilitator.  But […]