Introduction to the Founder

Rev. (Dr)Francis Ngoi was a pastor of the Methodist Church in Singapore for more than 25 years. He received his Master of Ministry in Pastoral Care from Trinity Theological College, Singapore in 1978, Doctor of Ministry in Personality, Culture and Religion from Boston University in 1990 and a professional Diploma in Marriage and Family Therapy from Institute of Family Therapy, London in 1996.

Besides his pastoral ministry, he had also served as a part time lecturer of pastoral care and supervisor of clinical pastoral care training. He was subsequently appointed to spear head of the family life ministry in 2002. Through eight years of research and experiment, he has integrated basic biblical principles and years of experience in shepherding, lecturing, counselling, knowledge in personality development, behavioural  traits and systemic theories as his building blocks for family life ministry. A series of family life enrichment programmes, that he, designed and written, have proven to be effective.

He has also published a series of textbooks in Chinese and bilingual workbooks for family wellness courses, including "Self-awareness ", “Courting Couple", "Marriage Enrichment ", and “Parenting ". He has also written supplementary books in Chinese and English versions such as "Guide to Christian Family Life", “Challenges of Shepherding Ministry in the 21st Century" and “The Basic Beliefs of Oasis Family Life Ministry ", as well as guidebooks “Family Altar I”, Family Altar II "in English and Chinese versions, and “Family Altar III” in the Chinese version.

He has also published a series of textbooks in Chinese and bilingual workbooks for family wellness courses, including "Self-awareness ", “Courting Couple", "Marriage Enrichment ", and “Parenting ". He has also written supplementary books in Chinese and English versions such as "Guide to Christian Family Life", “Challenges of Shepherding Ministry in the 21st Century" and “The Basic Beliefs of Oasis Family Life Ministry ", as well as guidebooks “Family Altar I”, Family Altar II "in English and Chinese versions, and “Family Altar III” in the Chinese version.