AIC Retreat 2014

Posted on Feb 8, 2014 in Events, News


The origin of the universe has fascinated humans for thousands of years. Just where did everything come from? And is there any meaning to life? Why is this world so beautiful and so messed up at the same time? Is it possible to have any hope living in this broken world? Join us for our weekend away this March to learn about how the world began from the book of Genesis.


Friday, 14 March 6pm – Sunday, 16 March 1pm
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Breakthrough Youth Village, Shatin


$690/person (3rd child onwards and children under 3 come free)
Space available on a first-come-first-served basis. Scholarships available. Please submit payment with your registration slip to Kim-Yu Ang or Emily Givens. Make check payable to “Ambassador International Church Limited” or submit your receipt from your ATM transfers to the church: HSBC account no. 500-730700-838.


Emily Givens

Registration Deadline

Sunday, 23 February 2013
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Information Booklet

Retreat 2014 Reply Slip


There will be a FREE bus setting out from Central at 5pm and another from Shatin at 5:30pm. The return buses will leave Breakthrough Youth Village on Sunday, 16 March at 1pm.

For those who prefer to drive, we’ve arranged with International Christian School to provide parking for $60/day. You will need to take a mini-bus or 10 mins cab ride to Breakthrough Village. Space is limited, so please check the option in the registration slip and let us know soon.


Breakthrough Youth Village will be serving both the western and Chinese menu throughout the retreat and there will be a BBQ on Saturday, 15 March for dinner. Snacks will also be served during breaks.


Creche and children’s programme will be provided during our sessions.

Items To Bring

[ ] Octopus card (vending machines for snacks and drinks available)
[ ] bible
[ ] notebook and pen
[ ] towel and toiletries
[ ] comfortable shoes for activities

Guest Speaker:


In his former life, Denesh Divyanathan used to report on facts of a quarterly or annual financial significance in his capacity as a business journalist for The Straits Times in Singapore. But he has traded that in to report on facts of an eternal spiritual significance as founding pastor of The Crossing Church in Singapore.

Denesh read Economics at The London School of Economics (BSc Econs). He trained for theology Down Under at Moore Theological College (BTh) and then pursued a Research Masters at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois (ThM).

He is married to Deborah and they have three children, Ethan, Elijah and Emma. Denesh is a long-suffering fan of Liverpool Football Club…but he knows that in Christ, he will truly never walk alone!

Denesh is also President of Project Timothy Singapore.