Covid-19 Resources
Faith resources to help us remember that we are not alone and that in the midst of uncertainty, Jesus is with us!
PRAYER BOUQUET

A WORD FROM OUR CHAPLAINS

As we grapple with the new restrictions in place, it may be all to easy to feel discouraged. Our Chaplains share their encouragement, and remind us that there is still HOPE to be had in the resurrection! Let us rally together as people of faith!

RESOURCES

PRAYER BOUQUET

HOW TO PRAY

ON FAITH AND HARDSHIP

9 TIPS FOR WORKING FROM HOME

CONTRIBUTE TO THE OYP PRAYER BOUQUET!

Prayer Bouquets are prayers or devotional acts that an individual or group will offer for someone else or for a specific intention. In this case, we desire to direct our prayers and devotions to pray for the situation with the COVID-19 virus.

You May Choose to Offer Up the Following:

HOW TO PRAY

When in doubt, pray! Here are some ways that we can pray for our brothers and sisters who are in the fontline and ourselves as well.

Prayer for Healthcare Workers

Prayer for Covid-19 Situation

Prayer for Educators

9 TIPS FOR WORKING FROM HOME

As we ease back into working from home once again, here are some tips to help you on your way!

ZOOM BACKGROUNDS

Let us bring God’s hope and truth into every aspect of living, even in our home-based work lives! Click on the images below to download! 

mobile wallpapers

Given how much time we spend on our phones, what better place is there to place truths and encouragements? Click the images below to download!

ON FAITH AND HARDSHIP

As we ease back into working from home once again, here are some tips to help you on your way!

He Walks with Me Through It All

by Joanna Ong (right) Since childhood, I have always been told that if I do my best and try hard enough, God will do the rest and I will do well. This seemed to be true in my secondary school days as I did well academically.  However, when I entered JC, my grades started to

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Ordinary Time Growth Series: On Waiting and Growth

by Joanna Chng  Honestly, waiting for someone is difficult. A myriad of emotions seems to plague me when I have to wait. I worry about whether I am at the right place, at the right time. I get anxious when the other party does not reply to my texts – have they forgotten or overslept?

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On Suffering and Faith

“But God has chosen the foolish of the world, so that He may confound the wise. And God has chosen the weak of the world, so that He may confound the strong” – 1Cor2:7

This affirms my sense of purpose. God is the one who has placed me in the field of social work to reach out to those who have yet to believe in Him. Through the power of the cross, I can believe once again in the victory in which Jesus has won for me.

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