Rev Juliette Arulrajah is the National Director of Singapore Centre for Global Missions. With a family heritage of generations of Christians, Juliette received her call to fulltime ministry during the National Institute of Education [Singapore] orientation camp in July 1985, after graduation from National University of Singapore with B.Sc [Hons]. After serving as a secondary school science teacher for 7 years, she answered the call by enrolling in Trinity Theological College [Singapore] and graduated with a Masters in Divinity in 1996. Besides her varied general pastoral duties of regularly preaching, teaching, counseling, visitation, etc whilst serving as pastor of Wesley, Barker Road, Faith & Christ Methodist Churches of the Trinity Annual Conference of The Methodist Church In Singapore spanning a period of 12.5 years till December 2008, Juliette was also specifically tasked to oversee contemporary, prayer & praise & charismatic worship services as well as head the departments of outreach & missions, growth & discipleship, cell group ministry, youth & young adult ministries, chaplaincy of schools, hostel and kindergarten. She also served in the Methodist Missions Society in various capacities over a period of 11 years from 1997 [ EXCO member – 8 years, Home Director – 4 years, Vietnam Country Coordinator – 2 years & Vietnam Home Support Coordinator – 2.5 years] whilst being in the TRAC Board of Missions for 16 years from 1992 and leading it as the Chairperson for the last 8 years till Dec 2008. Together with a committed team, Juliette pioneered the birthing of the TRAC Crisis Relief in 2001, leading and coordinating its efforts over 8 years to bring help, hope and healing to those affected by disasters in Gujerat, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indonesia, China, Myanmar, etc. through provision of manpower [inclusive of expertise], material and monetary resources during natural calamities in more recent times such as the AsianTsunami, Myanmar & Bangladesh Cyclones as well as Pakistan, Jogjakarta & Sichuan Earthquakes, etc Moreover, she has been involved in varied aspects of prayer mobilization within TRAC from 1998 – 2004 and was the organising Chairperson of the annual Young Methodist Leaders Conference from 2001 - 2004. In addition, Juliette has also served on the Exco of the Singapore Centre for Evangelism & Missions from 2000 – 2004, was the Organising Chairman of the first Go Forth National Missions Conference in 2002 and the organising committee of the Go Forth National Missions Conference 2005.
… of which 738.3 million are in Asia
… that is 42.6% of Internet Users in the World
...the Internet is changing the world
...God is using the Web to transform lives
“The last 15 years have changed our world forever,” claims Tony Whittaker, coordinator of Internet Evangelism Day. “Digital media are transforming the way we communicate, behave and even think. If Facebook was a country, it would have the fourth largest population in the world.”
Internet Evangelism Day website is a strategic resource to help the worldwide church understand these issues and use the Web to share the good news including how to build a church website that is “outsider friendly”, using Twitter in evangelism, and blogging. IE Day is a year-round online guide as well as an annual focus day.
The annual focus day for 2010 is 25 April, Sunday.
On this day or near to that Sunday, churches are encouraged to use Internet Evangelism Day (IE Day) resources to create a presentation for their members. The IE Day site offers free downloads that enables any church (or homegroup, college, or conference) to build a customized program, lasting from five minutes to fifty.
Internet Evangelism Day is an initiative of the Internet Evangelism Coalition, based at the Billy Graham Center, Wheaton. It is supported by a wide range of leaders and groups. “I am glad to commend Internet Evangelism Day”, says John Stott.
Don‘t miss this outreach opportunity! Be a part of the IE Day!
More information at www.InternetEvangelismDay.com