• Building Community Resilience Through Literacy Webinar

    Media Ministry invited ReadAble and Reading Roots to share their community literacy outreach programmes in Jalan Kukoh and MacPherson respectively as part of Cru's Webinar series 'Tuesday Talks'. Held on 29 September, the registration and subsequent attendance (75 signed up, 43 turned up, with highest concurrent viewership of 37) affirmed our joint belief that many in Singapore are concerned with the increasing demand on our young for higher-level literacy skills, the decline in their reading capability and enjoyment, and therefore their capacity to reach their God-given potential. Such concerns being exacerbated in poorly resourced communities.

    By enabling children to acquire comprehensive, foundational literacy skills they gain the confidence to read, write, speak and communicate well. This ultimately enables their communities to develop greater resilience to the challenges, struggles, and institutions that can, despite worthy efforts to the contrary, serve to reinforce in

  • Thank You For 2019

    2019 has been an amazingly eventful year.....
  • BMTN: Good Seed Planted in Good Soil for Lasting Impact

    Cru Singapore Media Ministry’s Biblio-Ministry to the Nations (BMTN) is about transforming communities through the power of literacy and reading development.....
  • BMTN & New Creation Ministry, Nagaland

    In September 2017, with the generous support of donors who helped fund the shipping costs, Media Ministry delivered over 700 books, with a retail value of approximately $13,000, to New Creation Ministry, Sekruzu, Nagaland.
  • Reading By Design Seminar Of Truth, Beauty and Wisdom

    Held on 20th July, the seminar represented the flagship event of Media Ministry’s reading advocacy month....
  • A Recipe For Reading @Hannah Seniors Activity Centre (10 July 2019)

    As part of our reading advocacy month Cru Singapore Media Ministry (MM) was most thankful for the opportunity to visit and share with the seniors from Block 21, Toh Yi Drive, who frequent the Hannah Seniors Activity Centre (HSAC), which is located in the same block.
  • Thank You For 2018

    As Year 2018 draws to a close, our hearts are filled with gratitude to our Lord Jesus, and all of you for being so much a part of the exciting year we’ve had!
  • Cyber Wellness – Connecting with Gen iY

    On the 22nd of September, Media Ministry of Cru Singapore organized a talk on cyber wellness together with Fei Yue Community Services......
  • Unveiling of The Adventures of the Bramlee Bears Series

    This year marked Cru Singapore Media Ministry’s first participation in the annual Asian Festival of Children’s Content (AFCC)......
  • BMTN: Reading the Habit… New Creation School, Sekruzu, Nagaland

    The right book, for the right child, at the right time…
  • BMTN: Community Libraries Update & Prayer Requests

    Community Libraries Update & Prayer Requests
  • BMTN: Lighting the Way.. Four Community Libraries, Metro Manilla, Philippines

    We are most delighted to be able to share a few testimonies that we’ve recently received from Pastor Fred Dungganon, Executive Director of the Bukang Liwayway (Dawn for the poor) Foundation, on its community libraries (Bookang Liwayway Libraries) project.
  • BMTN: New Creation School in Sekruzu, Nagaland

    Resourcing the Library and Training Centre.....
  • Read-Reveal Mystery Hunt

    The dust has settled on the Read-Reveal Mystery Hunt… the amazing reading races have been run, and the mysteries have been revealed.....
  • BMTN – Life Enriching, Christ-centred Resources for Vietnamese Students

    In June 2017 Cru Singapore’s Media Ministry (MM) was delighted to host two Vietnamese missionaries, GuoAn and Esther, on a visit to our showroom. In our discussions they shared with us on their student Campus outreach back home and a need for biblically based life-enrichment resources to facilitate ministry opportunities.

    Thankfully, much to their surprise, we were able to provide them with some materials as part of our Biblio-Ministry to the Nations* initiative – to bless communities overseas with life-empowering, biblically enriched reading and teaching resources.

    It was, therefore, both a joy and a tremendous encouragement to receive their first newsletter on how God has used the resources to greatly enrich their outreach and discipleship efforts.

    To quote Esther, “We strongly believe it was a divine appointment, for the Lord wanted to bless our ministry in Vietnam through MM’s generosity. We value these training and biblical books as they came at the righ

  • BMTN: BL – Dawn for the Poor Foundation Inc. Bukang Liwayway

    Cru Singapore’s Media Ministry (MM) is most thankful to God for providing us with generous donors who share our ‘Biblio-Ministry’ vision to bless the nations through reading materials. Such was their generosity that we were recently able to cover shipping charges for a total of 4,188 books in 36 cartons to the Philippines!

    We are thrilled to advise that the Bukang Liwayway Dawn for the poor Foundation has, after some custom delays, finally received the materials.

    Executive Director, Pastor Fred Dungganon, said that he was “overwhelmed” by the scale and worth of the resources,

  • Biblio Ministry to the Nations (BMTN)

    Biblio Ministry to the Nations (BMTN)....
  • Anchoring the Next Generation in History & Truth

    It would be the hope and heart-cry of every Christian parent that their children engage more readily, willingly and deeply with the Word of God.
  • Letter from Dawn For the Poor, Bukang Liwayway Ministries

    Letter from Dawn For the Poor, Bukang Liwayway Ministries.....
  • Hannah Seniors Activity Centre – Library Corner

    “We hope that this little corner will become a place of lifelong learning and seniors who love books will come together!” Tristan Gwee, Community Support Manager, PCS.  Presbyterian Community Services (PCS) is a voluntary welfare organisation that has been dedicated to reaching out to the community to touch and transform lives for over 40 years.  One of its latest projects is the Hannah Seniors Activity Centre (HSAC) located at Block 21, Toh Yi Drive. Opened in August, its mission, in line with the PCS vision, Inspiring Tomorrows’ Community Today, is to reach out in partnership with the community to engage and support senior residents to ‘age-in-place’ and remain active for as long as possible.

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    If one considers that reading books is a popular way of

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