Soul Food

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

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Testimony & Thanksgiving

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

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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!


 

Testimony & Thanksgiving: Put On Love

by Anselm Yap My two biggest takeaways from SOCL would be the importance of being connected and grounded in a community through prayer and worship as well as the need to live radically for Jesus Christ. I used to think fulfilling the Sunday obligation and going for the occasional weekday mass, equated to having done […]

Be Not Afraid: Walking the Steps of the Great Apostles

by Elaine Tan With his hands outstretched, the priest greeted the congregation: “La paz del Señor esté siempre con vosotros.” (The peace of the Lord be with you always.) In the same loving manner, he echoed the words that Christ said to His Apostles: “La paz os dejo, mi paz os doy.” (Peace I leave […]

Testimony & Thanksgiving: Because He First Loved Us

by Kimberly Yeo Before SOCL, my spiritual life was dry, and I had been holding onto a lot of past hurts, leading me to be very guarded. I found it hard to trust anyone and struggled to see where God was in my life. During one of the sessions, I suddenly felt a prompting from […]

Sin and Reconciliation

Written by Aldrin Relador “I don’t know.” Under a dim kitchen light, John stood before his mother, with his eyes fixated on the tips of his feet. Puzzled, his mother, Mary, continued to probe him about the empty cookie jar. The cookies were supposed to be her contribution to the parish potluck tomorrow. “I don’t […]

SOW n GROW 2018

A group of us who attended Office for Young People (OYP) ’s School of Witness (SOW) earlier this year decided to commit to a follow up programme called ‘SOW n GROW’. The core of SOW n GROW is to deepen our relationship with the Lord and build on the encounters that we have experienced at […]

St Peter and Paul, The Indispensable Men of the Church.

Written by Marcus Yee The journey from discipleship to being apostles can seem like such an intimidating yet desirable movement of our lives. There is also no doubt that this journey is one that is arduous, challenging, and life-long. As we embark on this seemingly impossible walk towards God through our lives, I feel very […]

The Greatest Love

by Alvin Mok The Fig Tree community has been a place where I have truly felt the love of God through the authentic relationships I have experienced. These relationships have led me to realize how much I am loved by the Lord and that I am truly a child of God. I have never been […]

Finding and Growing in Community

by Alessandrya Pak I was in search of a community as I felt strongly that community can help me to deepen my faith in God and make new friendships, as it is harder and more arduous to journey alone. While serving in Treasure 5 in the Logistics team, I met some friends from 1 Peter. I […]

The Cracks Bring the Light out

by Johannes Tjendro You might have been ticked off by Star-Lord when he loses his cool in the recent Avengers movie. If only he’d been more patient. If only he were a more perfect person. It turns out that the guy behind this character we love to hate has something to say about being imperfect. […]

Finding Beauty in our Brokenness.

Written by Michelle Lee Throughout the bible, we see God choosing to use imperfect people for His mission. Peter denied Jesus three times, Paul persecuted Christians before he became one, Jonah ran away from God, David committed adultery, Mary Magdalene was a prostitute and the list goes on. They were broken people and so are […]