A workshop organised by Family Life Ministry and WSCS

Date : Sunday, 7 April 2019
Time : 1.15 – 3.15 pm
Venue : Fairfield Hall
Cost : $3 per adult, $5 per couple, $2 per youth (13-21 y.o.)

We are called to be salt and light of the world, a city set on a hill that cannot be hidden. What does that mean practically, especially in a culture that is saturated with media and information? How can we be in the world yet stay pure in the complex environment? This session by Carol Loi and her 17-year-old daughter will cover how media and technology impact our view of the world, and how we – individually and as a family – can master them to reshape culture to one that pleases God. Come for a time of quality conversations with your family and friends!

Carol Loi is a digital literacy educator, parent coach, as well as a leadership and communication coach in the John Maxwell Team. She also serves in Generations of Virtue, a ministry committed to teaching sexual wholeness and integrity, and equipping families to transform culture. She speaks to educators, families, youth and children on taking leadership online and offline. She had spent over two decades in public service, including the MOE and IMDA. She and her husband have two teenagers.

Registration starts on 17 March at church lobby.