Dr Eric Yap
Eric considers himself a local tentmaker - doing research and teaching as a professor in a medical school and serving as a pioneering member of Mustard Seed Community Church. Having a heart for the needy in the region, Eric co-founded a Christian charity in the Philippines. He develops advanced medical technologies to provide healthcare and aid for low-resource countries. Eric identifies with the Interserve mission of caring holistically for an individual's medical, financial and spiritual needs. He is supported by his wife of 27 years, Sharon, and their sons Joel and James.
Ps Andrew Raman
Ps. Andrew is a pastor at St John’s-St Margaret’s (Anglican) Church. He has been married to Doreen for 35 years. He believes that the Great Commission is the key mandate of all believers and that the greater focus should be on people groups that are unreached. Ps. Andrew’s key decision to serve on the Board is largely because Interserve focuses on people groups that are considered unreached. He has been encouraged that there is a strong emphasis on faith and obedience to where God wants us to be – trusting the Lord in the presence of danger. He is also drawn to Interserve because he has seen many young people attracted to serve God passionately through the organisation.
Tang Shin Yong
Shin Yong has been actively involved in global missions. He has served in Wycliffe Bible Translators, Church Mission Society United Kingdom, Healthserve, the Mission Department of the Diocese of Singapore as well as Evangelism Equipping Missions Singapore.
He believes that global missions is about hospitality, genuine service and developing greater insights into culture and community. He is aligned with Interserve’s unique character of reaching out to marginalised and disadvantaged communities. He is currently self-employed. He has been married to his wife Joyce for 27 years.
Lim Bee Eng
Bee Eng, a member of Grace Assembly of God since the 1970s, has been faithfully serving with Interserve since 2007. First, in membercare work to Interserve's current National Director, then as a board member for a stint before moving onto serve Interserve in other capacities. She has been actively involved in serving partners and encouraging staff and board members. She recently completed a course on personnel assessment and membercare. She believes that global missions means letting people of all nations know that Jesus loves them and desires for each one to know Him in a personal way. The wholistic approach of Interserve is what motivates her to serve on the Board.
Vincent graduated with a Bachelor of Theology from Trinity Theological College Singapore and holds a Masters in Counselling from Singapore Bible College. Subsequently, he served in a variety of roles in Harappan Komuniti (HK), an organisation that reaches out to the needy in Malaysia and Singapore. He also served the migrant population through Healthserve. He has worked with AIDSLINK International to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic. He currently does counselling work on an ad-hoc basis and facilitates service-learning programmes and community development for marginalised communities locally and overseas.
He believes that Global missions means the proclamation of the gospel of the kingdom of God and making disciples of all nations until the Lord returns. Interserve’s focus on hard places and wholistic ministry to the whole person resonates deeply with Vincent. He believes he can contribute as a Board member by supporting the staff team to fulfil the task of our missions mandate.
Key MANAGEMENT Personnel
National Director (ND)
The spokesperson for Interserve Singapore, the ND oversees and directs all the Office's personnel and activities. She is responsible for the Office's compliance with Interserve International's requirements and the laws of Singapore.
The Administrator oversees the day-to-day operations of Interserve Singapore and holds the supportive functions of the Office together. These supportive functions include administration, finance, communications and human resource management.
Audrey Quay was born in Kuala Lumpur and still calls it home, even as she has made her residence in Singapore since 2010. She practiced tax and corporate law for many years before undertaking theological studies, and continues to be attentive to the pursuit of spiritual formation. Besides mission work (and as part of it), her special interests lie in creation care, technology, and contributing to the Church’s witness amongst marginalised communities. She currently runs a social enterprise located in a major Central Singapore hospital, serving healthy food to healthcare workers and other beneficiaries. She hopes to offer both her marketplace experience and heart for the underserved to her role in the organisation.