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Church Camp 2008

Church Camp 2008

Living out God's purpose

Praise be to our God. The long awaited Church Camp is here – 25th -27th October 2008! The last church camp was held more than 7 years ago. In line with St Andrew’s recent effort at getting the whole church to study Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven Life, it is befitting for the theme of this year’s camp to be LIVING OUT GOD’S PURPOSE. This is a golden opportunity for the whole church to work this out by coming to stay together, worship together, play together, eat together and study together His Word for us.


Swiss Garden For this year’s campsite, the organizing committee has selected The Swiss-Garden Resort & Spa in Kuantan, Pahang, located on the silky white sand beach facing the South China Sea and yet not too far away - 2 1/2 hour’s drive from KL. This lovely hotel has been refurbished and offers amenities for everyone young and old such as a swimming pool, jacuzzi, spa & gym, tennis court, indoor pool table, bicycle rental and facilities for telematch and beach sports.

Being a family camp, we cater for the needs of different age group. Apart from Pastor Ooi Chin Aik, addressing the adults and parents, Mr Steven Low, camp youth pastor, will take care of the youths while Ms Tessie Siew, camp children pastor, will organize activities for the pre-teen children. We rejoice that you can join us to study God’s word and have fun together.

Camp Speaker

Pastor Ooi Pastor Ooi Chin Aik is the Founder and President of Ministries for Asia Pacific (MAP) – a fellowship of preaching and equipping evangelists for the Asia Pacific region and beyond. After graduating with a B.Sc. from the University of Malaya, he worked as a Process Engineer for several years before leaving for theological studies at Regent College, Canada, where he earned the Master of Christian Studies and the Master of Theological Studies. He was awarded the John Maxwell Baxter Prize in Preaching.

Chin Aik exercises an international ministry in evangelistic and expository preaching in churches, universities and Christian conferences in countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, Myanmar, China, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Kenya, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Papua New Guinea, Australia, The Cook Islands, Italy, The Netherlands, Canada, The Bahamas and the United States of America.

He teaches and trains leaders on prayer, evangelism, missions and leadership and is a member of the International Faculty of Haggai Institute of Advanced Leadership. He provides leadership for Rural Evangelists Adoption Program (REAP) in China, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Tibet and other countries, and leads missions teams into the Asia-pacific countries for gospel advancement and evangelistic training.

He is the editor of “The Pursuit of God’s Cause” and has written numerous articles on Evangelism, Missions and Leadership. Ooi Chin Aik was once the Secretary General of the National Evangelistic Christian Federation (NECF).

Camp Children Pastor

Tessie Siew Teacher Tessie Siew was the head of the Trinity Lutheran Church Kindergarten in Ipoh for more than eight years before moving to Kuala Lumpur. She has a passion for teaching children and has taught Sunday school for more than twenty years.

Tessie is currently teaching Password English at the church where she attends with her husband Steven and her daughter Abby.

Camp Youth Pastor

Steven Low Evangelist Steven Low was in the Life and general Insurance Industry for more than twenty-five years before he joined the Ministries for Asia Pacific (MAP) as an Associate Director (Gospel Missions) where he directs the work of MAP through Rural Evangelists Adoption Program (REAP) in North India, Bhutan, Nepal and other countries of Asia. He ministers widely in evangelistic preaching, Bible teaching and discipleship-making through evangelistic banquets, gospel campaigns and rallies, Sunday preaching, church camps and retreats, short term Bible schools, Full Gospel Businessmen Fellowship chapters, CFs of schools, colleges and universities.

He was formerly a full-time worker and elder of Kledang Community Chapel, Ipoh, and the Training Manager of WorldTeach (Walk-Thru the Bible).

Bus Transportation

Free transport for first 80 persons who wish to go by bus form the church to hotel and return but they have to pay RM 50 deposit

What next ?

Download the Church Camp 2008 brochure for more information.

Any query please sms Oliver Ho at 017-8188807

The Swiss Garden website has excellent directions on how to get there. How to get

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