News & Events
News & Events
18 Students from different faculties and disciplines
of NUS visited Breakthrough Missions. Through the sharing of Breakthrough’s Deputy
Director Freddy Wee, they came to understand Gospel-based rehabilitation and
management model, the rehabilitation program Breakthrough offers to ex-drug addicts
and the problems facing ex-drug addicts for reintegrating into the society.
Visitors also toured the workshops which are an integral part of the
We wish the students be enriched in this trip by integrating what they saw at Breakthrough with their classroom study.
Breakthrough’s badminton court, decorated with banners
and lanterns has become a place full of joy in celebrating Chinese New Year.
Breakthrough Executive Director brother Simon Neo, Honorary Advisor Rt Rev Dr
and Mrs John Chew, Management Committee Members, co-workers and assistants
greeted the guests - church pastors, donors, brothers and sisters and their
families who came to Breakthrough’s Chinese New Year reunion dinner on 2
Breakthrough’s choir started the reunion dinner reception with familiar praising songs. Brother Simon then retold the history of Breakthrough with visitors. Since its founding in 1983, it has adhered to its mission through the grace of God, preaching the Lord's love in gratitude to His. He quoted Psalm 103 to provoke everyone commemorating God's forgiveness, healing, salvation from the death into eternal life, and the grace of His love and compassion.
Participants enjoyed the Breakthrough hotpot cuisine while fellowshipping with the one another. The dinner was submerged with New Year’s festivity by the singing of Love Team formed by Breakthrough’s volunteers.
Guests left Breakthrough with the expectation of reunion again the next year in the midst of beautiful and moving songs at around nine in the evening.
The Civil Defence Force came to Breakthrough Missions
to conduct training on first-aid, fire prevention and anti-terrorism security
measures. We had not only acquired the necessary principle of these measures
but we were also given the opportunity to have a hands-on practice. The
training indeed equips us with the skills of saving ourselves and others in
case of a real accident that strikes.
Chuan-Jin, Speaker of Parliament, launched a fund-raising photo exhibition of
his works at Far East Plaza in February 2019. Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok
Tong was the guest of honour and several ministers also attended to support the
The purpose of the exhibition, “Our Place in the World”, was to raise funds to help the poor and needy, and the marginalised communities. Hope Initiative Alliance and Arts@work (a ministry of Singapore Bible Society) under the sponsorship and support of Far East Organization and Far East Plaza, jointly organised this fundraising photo exhibition.
Breakthrough Missions was one of the 13 beneficiaries. CEO Simon Neo, executive committee members and leaders of Breakthrough Missions were also guests at the exhibition.
On 17 April 2019 Simon Neo received a cheque from the proceeds of this fund-raising event on behalf of Breakthrough Missions at a tea reception held at Fullerton Hotel.
Breakthrough Missions is grateful to have been blessed from this fundraising initiative, through which we are able to help and extend God’s love towards large number of ex-drug addicts.