Vision Trips in the Pipeline

The dates for these trips are subject to change caused by circumstances beyond our control. Please check back regularly for updates, or contact us!

Bhutan (16 - 21 Oct) and Nepal (23 - 28 Oct 2007)



Exciting things are happening in this only Buddhist kingdom in the world. And God is answering our prayers: unprecedented opportunities and openness to the Gospel heralds a KAIROS moment in the Lord’s timing for this nation.

SEED Thanksgiving Night - 23 Aug 2008

Venue: YMCA Orchard Road, Singapore

At the SEED Thanksgiving Night, we give thanks and praise to God for all that He has done thru this ministry. Partners & friends of SEED reflect on the Lord's faithfulness and hear messages from the people and ministries that have benefitted. The annual report and accounts of SEED are also presented.

Nagaland (4 - 17 Dec 2007)

For the first time, my son, Kevin, and his wife, Jeh Sie, and Julie Teo joined me for an assignment in Nagaland from 4 to 17 Dec 2007. We ministered at two Bible colleges in Dimapur, as well as at a dynamic young church in Kohima, the state capital. The team’s ministry at Withee Bible College was featured in two local newspapers. At both colleges, all classes were closed for both students and faculty members to be at our sessions.

PAKISTAN Pastor Killed – VOM Sources

On January 17, a pastor was shot and killed by an unknown person in Peshawar, Pakistan. According to The Voice of the Martyrs contacts, the pastor had worked with the Assembly of God Church in Peshawar, for the past 10 years. He is survived by his wife and a one-year-old daughter. Pray for this grieving family and church. Ask God to comfort believers in Peshawar and for this pastor's family to realize that to be absent from the body is to be present with Him. Psalm 27:1, Psalm 23

IDP Clinic in Burma

SEED Ministries is committed to providing financial and medicinal support to a clinic for Internally Displaced People (IDP) and villagers. Located in a war zone inside Burma, this clinic supports a population of about 10,000 people, of which about 2% are military, the rest civilian. The next medical service of any sort is a full day's trek away, over inhospitable and mountainous terrain, across enemy lines and minefields.

Kairos Course (Labour Weekend Intensive) 2007

This is an excellent introductory course for people dipping their toes into the exciting world of Mission, but also a great refresher for people who have been involved for years to catch a fresh vision for the Nations! When I took the course, there were people who had never stepped out of New Zealand, but also pastors, and a missionary lady who had been working in central asia and the middle east for 30+ years!!

God’s Favour In Nagaland (5 - 12 March 2007)

Praise the Lord! Our mission began with adventure at Changi airport itself when Sis Nettie Yeo's hand luggage went missing. After a hectic search and "desperate prayer", it was found five minutes before our aircraft took off!! Praise the Lord. The luggage contains all the notes and teaching material for the children's ministry. Hmmmm....sounds familiar. SEED’s team of four comprised Eleanor Yeo, Richard Tay, Nettie Yeo and Allan Chan.

Burma 'orders Christians to be wiped out'

By Peter Pattisson in Kayin State, southern Burma, Sunday Telegraph The military regime in Burma is intent on wiping out Christianity in the country, according to claims in a secret document believed to have been leaked from a government ministry. Entitled "Programme to destroy the Christian religion in Burma", the incendiary memo contains point by point instructions on how to drive Christians out of the state.

Thailand Vision Trip with Wellington Elim (27 Dec 06 - 12 Jan 07)

Praise God! What better way to start than to give God the credit for all that went on during this trip. As you read about the things we got up to, and as we think back on the significance of what we were doing on the lives of the people we ministered with, we can only arrive at the conclusion that it had little to do with us.
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