iBridge organize Annual iBridge camps since 2002. This camp is an opportunity for Christian young working adults from diverse backgrounds and denominations to encourage, fellowship, share, and learn from one another. Our 4d3n camp are usually held during long public holiday weekend and has attracted 70 to 120 campers every year.

During these four days, we will have speakers who will share their challenges, experiences, and joy in living their lives; sessions that will make us rethink about our life and how we can improve our current way of living, and of course – making new spiritual friends !

Some of the topics from previous iBridge camps:

  • The Historical Christ vs the Christ of the Media
  • Mental Wellness, Dealing with Grief & Loss.
  • DISC, MBTI, Emotional Quotient (EQ), 5 Love Languages at workplace
  • Talent migration
  • Office Politics, Employer-Employee Forum
  • Importance of Selah & Sabbath
  • One Career, 101 Lessons.
  • Practical discernment (Choosing job, ministries, finding life partner, response to certain opinions, etc)
  • Biblical perspective on financial management (On saving, generous giving for mission, retirement, etc)

The campsite usually at a place to unwind, relax and enjoy the beauty and sounds of nature. There are times where one just has to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. What better place than the venue chosen will be either near the sea, mountain or jungle which is nestled among the beauty of nature with lush greeneries and a flowing stream. The serenity of the campsite will immediately envelope you with a sense of relaxation and peace. Just the right place to recharge.

Writeup about the event : iBridge Camp 2017 

Campers testimonies

“But the ONE thing that a camp can do, that nothing else can as effectively, is to TRANSFORM. And iBridge is in the business of transforming mindsets for victorious & impactful living in the marketplace. We want people to leave the camp with a new way of looking at things. When people come away from their workplace to a safe haven (which we must try to provide), they have a golden opportunity to take a step back, see the big picture of their lives, redefine their goals and chart new directions. All in an atmosphere of prayer and submission to God’s purposes.”

“I thank God for bringing me to the low side of my life and made me to sign up for this camp. Throughout this camp, I found the strength and motivation to work well, I gained the confidence in making new friends and connecting with people, I found hope in my dying relationship and finally connected with God once again. Thanks God, thanks iBridge and committee for such a great camp! All glory to God”

“I’m very happy with what the committee has done for the young adult/graduates. I really think this camp will be a pillar for all graduates to keep connected with God and His people. Not only functions as a church, but also provide rest and relaxation for all who wants to join in. Keep it up GCF! I would definitely invite more people to come and miggle.”

“Camp sessions have answered many of my personal questions regarding work-life and ministry. It has also affirmed my direction and calling. Thanks for the well chosen speakers!”

“When you begin working, it’s much harder to find that ‘fun’ you’ve experienced in CF while studying, for example. iBridge is an awesome platform that keeps us energetic and ignited as a family of Christ in the midst of bigger pressures we face coming into the working field.”

“iBridge camp has always been my pit stop away from my hectic workplace. When I can stop and recharge from the camp’s session talks and fellowship.”

“Thank you guys for your commitment. And allowing us to have a “break” from work when our mental, physical and spiritual is feel drained from work. And feed us with God’s word.”

“For the past few months I was quite lost in workplace, I don’t know what in working for, what’s my future and was burdened by the workload, many times I just simply complete the task for the sake of complete it. In this workshop, what strike me the most is the sentence of “The work must be a good work before we called it as God’s work”. I was motivated to do my job well and be more responsible for everything  I do at work.”

“I want to thank you and the camp committee for organising ibridge. I really experienced a different community of working adults at the camp. Grateful for the sponsorship that enable me to join the camp. A plus point is now I know better how to promote GCF & ibridge to our final year students. Thank you for your faithful serving in GCF.”

iBridge Camp 2020/2021
Please contact Jimmy Lee – 0192214199 for further details! 

Some of you have been asking us whether we will go ahead with our annual iBridge Camp by the end of this year or postpone it to 2021. We would like to hear your thoughts / feedback about it. Please help us by answering a simple survey : https://tiny.cc/CAMPSURVEY

P.S. : The camp committee will plan the camp accordingly based on the Covid-19 situation (Only if it’s safe to do so) and adhering to government SOP.


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