Lawrence Tong was appointed the International Director of Operation Mobilisation (OM) in 2013. Lawrence visited the OM ship, Logos, in Singapore in 1974 and subsequently joined the ministry team on OM’s second ship, Doulos, in 1978.
After serving on board an OM ship for 2 years and being OM Singapore’s Executive Director for 15 years, Kenneth became Regional Director of OM South East Asia from 2004 to 2012. He specialises in leadership development, management, planning and strategic thinking.
With a background in Social Work, Business, and IT, Willy has been involved in the non-profit sector of Singapore for more than 10 years, both in the public service and people sector.
Jiamin served on board the OM ship Doulos from 2005 to 2009 and wrote “Out of the Harbour”, a book based on her missionary experiences in sharing the Gospel in over 30 countries from 2005 to 2009.
Ashok has been serving in OM for more than 20 years in India, on board an OM ship and in OM Singapore. A “Licensed Preacher” of the Methodist Church of Singapore, he was the missions coordinator at Bedok Methodist Church for 3 years.
A Malaysian, I’Ching holds a B.A. in Communications and worked for many years as a marketing and communications consultant before joining OM as a missionary in a Middle Eastern country.
In his 40 years with OM, Rodney has lived in 6 countries and on board 3 OM ships – Logos, Doulos and Logos Hope.
As a church elder, Alvin was involved in missions for more than 10 years as his church partnered with OM’s projects in India.
Terence served on board the OM ship Doulos for 2 years and did ministry in over 13 countries. For more than 20 years, he served as the local and regional Personnel Manager, Acting Executive Director and the Executive Director of OM Singapore.
For 18 years, Edwin Koh (高瑞秦) and Mary Koh (罗燕怀), together with their three children, were involved in bible distribution, friendship evangelism, and church planting ministries in a least-reached nation. They also initiated a Business as Mission (BAM) platform there and were given the opportunity to pioneer and pastor a mainland Chinese fellowship.
Samuel and his wife, Marianne, embarked on a missions journey in 2012 with YWAM (Youth With A Mission). Samuel’s heart was captivated by the mission of God in the field, leading him and Marianne on an overland mission to East Asia and Central Asia.