About Andrew

Before Andrew was baptised, his name was Kelvin. He was saved in 1997. Although acknowledging Christ as Saviour, he did not surrender his life to Him as Lord.

It was only in 2000 that he started his committed walk with Christ as a disciple and experienced the transformation power and love of God, the Father.

Subsequently, he obeyed God to leave his job as a club DJ and promiscuous lifestyle to enrol himself into a bible seminary that was part of Hope Singapore Church. It was there he grew deeper in love with God and His word.


Andrew (bottom left) with his fellow classmates at Hope’s Bible Seminary (then called Institute of Leadership Development) in 2001.

At Hope Church, Andrew discovered his assignment to plant the gospel in Vietnam. Later on in 2008, he moved to City Harvest Church where he was launched into his assignment.

In 2011, a job offer that required him to be based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam was presented to him. Needless to say, he accepted it. And resided in the city for 4 years.

It was in Vietnam that he rediscovered the biblical meaning of the “Kingdom of God” through a community of believers that was founded accidentally. The community grew organically and was missional in reaching the lost with the power and love of God.

Through this community, he encountered and experience Jesus in a manner that helped redefined what “Kingdom” truly meant. And that “church” was not about a building, but about His people – relationships.

In 2015, he was sent back to Singapore and he believes his next assignment is to plant the Gospel of His kingdom in Singapore as what/how he rediscovered and experienced in Vietnam.

Today, he is discipling a church community in the northern east region of Singapore and continues to serve as a ‘tent-maker’ traveling to Vietnam to spend time with the brothers and sisters. Read more here.


The kingdom community in Vietnam that grew organically from a seed. Photo was taken at one of their annual retreats.

13 thoughts on “About Andrew

  1. Hi.
    I really enjoyed reading articles posted on your blog. I am a South Korean and a layworker at my local church named Dure Church located at Gangnam area (the CBD area of the City of Seoul.)

    I once visited CHC at the beginning of last year and freshly impressed by its scale and impact on Christian community and the city as whole. It was compelling revelation towards what and how God wants us to do in this time of age.

    I am working in government district office as replacement for my military duty and almost finishing my college work. (majoring Englisn & Polici) I am interested in political risk management and knowledge democratization and work on various subjects like finance, oraganization, strategy and so on and so forht.

    God bless you! What you are doing is great!

  2. KIM:

    Hey nice having you here! I visited your blog but sadly I don’t understand Korean =P

    Please drop me an email if you are visiting Singapore again. Would be a privilege to host you or show you around.


  3. Hi Andrew,

    I’m glad that you have used blog to spread the word of God and share testimonies of how a life is transformed with God as the centre of control.
    I truly believe with all my heart that it is time for all beleivers to start winning souls for Him before the time comes.

    God Bless you:)

  4. I dun know you are a writer till i read this section. Wow, your english is so good although you are a dropout! How do you manage to better your english?

  5. what an interestng blog…after I typed in “I hate Pastor Andrew Ong” on google!

    You certainly sound alot more interesting and wiser than the Pastor I, up to this day, has little regard for….

  6. Hi.

    I used to be a member of Hope in Australia. I think I met Pastor PN once at an Oceania convention, and I am familiar with Simon Eng and Wilson Lim (and the rest of the Australian Hope leadership).

    And I have to say, my 6 years in Hope helped me to become an atheist (but that’s a long story!).

    Look after yourself. If you want to know my story, feel free to ask 🙂

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