Church Discipleship Ministry


Mogan Mannar, Sita Shanmugam and Kuek Chung Lee (from left to right)

One of The Navigators’ Core Values is “interdependent relationships in the Body of Christ in advancing the Gospel”. We fulfil this by:

  1. Serving the churches here in Singapore by:
    • Facilitating the Intentional Disciple-making Church Process (IDC Process) in several churches.
    • Remaining available and engaged with these churches on how they are progressing towards becoming a disciple-making church
    • Supporting groups of churches by:

    1. Facilitating a Forum for all the pastors and councilmen of the Lutheran churches under the headship of the Bishop Terry Kee
    2.  Initiating a gathering of the Brethren church pastors and elders under the Brethren Network Fellowship to consider the discipleship and disciple-making strategies in their respective local churches.
  2. Conducting clinics, seminars to equip leaders:
    • To use HighQuest, a mentoring tool 
    • To use our discipleship tool, the 2:7 Series
    • On evangelism strategy, using the Authentic Evangelism Seminar
    • With discipling principles and skills, through the Discipling Others Seminar
  3. Our contribution at The Global Disciple-ship Congress (GDC) 2013, and GDC Asia 2016 in Manila.

Our ministry has taken us to:

  1. Nagaland, India
    • Pastors and leaders of the Nagaland Baptist denomination
    • Introducing “Discipleship in the Church” to the Nagaland Missions Movement in 2013
    • Discipling Others Seminar and 2:7 Clinics in Dimapur and Kohima, in 2015
  2. Nairobi, Kenya
    • Teaching and training pastors and church leaders in 2015
    • Ministering to young working adults at a Navigator conference and in small groups

  3. Medan, Indonesia
    • With Greja Kristen Protestan Indonesia
    • Mentoring 3 key pastors from the denomination, a ministry which began 5 years ago.
    • Teaching at a Pastors’ and Leaders’ Seminar
  4. Country X
    • A closed access country
    • Equipping a pastor and his wife in ministry skills and life skills
    • Teaching and interacting with the church’s key women and men labourers


“As we journeyed, it was beautiful to see that people were cultivating a very regular daily devotion, and how we desire to apply what we are learning. It is thrilling to see the journey that the church is on, taking the Word seriously… I want to thank the Lord for what He has been doing through this IDC Process.”
— Pastor David Yap (Yio Chu Kang Chapel) of the IDC Process

“Giving praise to God for enriching times with you; appreciating the time and precious moments you gave as a friend of QLC; applauding your faithfulness in journeying with us, the family of QLC.”
— Pastor Jim Lee (Queenstown Lutheran Church) of the IDC Process


Infographic of Church Disciple Ministry