Reaching out to the nations..
Greetings in JESUS’ Blessed Name!
In 1990, a group of young business professionals, entrepreneurs and executives had the vision to preach Christ in the villages, towns and cities of Asia. Over time, the passion for Jesus and compassion for the lost gave birth to ICM Singapore "ICMS" - a parachurch group which seeks to galvanise marketplace persons and churches to fulfil the Great Commission in the nations of the world.
We give God the glory that as we celebrated our Silver Anniversary in 2015, ICMS has ministries in 11 countries, largely in Asia and Central Asia. The Lord has recently confirmed our call to Japan and we have commenced work in 2016. We have trained over 2,000 church planters who have planted in excess of a thousand churches. We are intentional in building disciples and disciple makers and seek to mentor pastors and Christian business leaders in each country we minister in.
We engage in a 'short-term/long-term' approach to missions i.e. semi-annual mission trips but over a longer period of time. We thank the Lord for our partners in the field. These men and women of peace whom the Lord has sent us and with whom we have the privilege to serve - faithful and diligent ministers who do the bulk of the local work.
We thank God for you, our partners in the home base, for your faithful and consistent prayer, financial support and participation in our mission trips. We trust you have been blessed even as you have blessed us and the nations. God is no man's debtor!
Above all, we give God the glory that he has seen fit to use us as earthen vessels, to carry the priceless treasure of the Gospel and has greatly multiplied our meagre '5 loaves and 2 fishes'. The fields are white to harvest, but the labourers are few. We are earnestly asking the Lord of the harvest to 'thrust out' more labourers.
We pray that there will be many among us who will heed the call of God and respond:
"Here am I, send me."
Dieu Eng Seng
10 - 12 January 2020
(featuring Ps. Edmund Chan)
14 - 18 January 2020
10 - 15 February 2020
Train The Trainers
The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.