D6 Family Conference 2022
D6 is an annual family ministry conference focusing on generational discipleship in our churches and homes. The goal of the D6 movement is to equip families and churches to pass on a spiritual legacy to future generations.
We meet to understand how we can best apply the principles of Deuteronomy 6 in our ministries, contexts and homes.
Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. – Deuteronomy 6:4-7
About Our Speakers
Bishop Emeritus Dr Robert Solomon was the Bishop of The Methodist Church in Singapore from 2000 to 2012. Currently retired, he now keeps busy with an active itinerant ministry. He has served previously as a medical doctor, church pastor, principal of Trinity Theological College and president of the National Council of Churches of Singapore. Dr Solomon holds degrees in medicine, theology, intercultural studies, and a Ph.D. in pastoral theology from the University of Edinburgh. He has contributed many articles to books, theological dictionaries and journals and authored many books, including Marriage and Family, Raising the Next Generation, Finding Rest for the Soul, and Spiritual Disciplines for Urban Christians.
Dr Rob Rienow’s most important ministry is loving his wife, Amy, and partnering with her to help their seven children follow Jesus. He and Amy are co-founders of Visionary Family Ministries, whose mission is to build the Church through a global reformation of family discipleship. He trains family ministry leaders around the world. He has served as a pastor, church planter, and is the author of several books including Visionary Parenting, Healing Family Relationships, and Visionary Church. Rob and his family live in West Chicago, IL.
Ps Benny Ho has seen a lifetime of ministry work, including mission work with World Vision, Bible school planting in Asia, and over 20 years in various pastoral roles in local churches. He founded Arrows College as a teaching and resource ministry to the Body of Christ, and is the Apostolic Leader of D-Net Churches, a network that carries his desire to see churches strengthened to become intentional disciple-making cell churches. Ps Benny’s twin passions in ministry are expository preaching and mentoring. He is currently the senior pastor of Faith Community Church in Perth, Australia.
Elvin and Esther Foong
Elvin and Esther Foong have been married since 2008, and are Papa and Mama to Nathan, 11, and Phoebe, 9. They believe that every parent’s first ministry is to their home, and their first disciples are their own kids. To that end, they founded The Treasure Box Singapore to inspire, train and equip parents with the tools they need to lead their families in seeking, knowing and experiencing God together through worship, prayer and studying His Word.
Samuel Tan is an NUS Business student who is passionate about helping young Christians to apply faith in every area of life. He started the Xccelerate mentorship programme to help graduating students apply faith in the workplace. He has recently started working with international students and would love to talk to people with a heart for international students. He proudly boasts that his mala spice tolerance is 大辣, and that you can easily bribe him with a Milo dinosaur.
Shem Yao is the Head of TOUCH Parenting. He enjoys working with parents, and his interest and proficiency in different types of games, in particular console games, allows him to provide insights on the motivations of gamers to them. He has also been working with youths and parents in various organisations and churches for the past 20 years, impacting and working in the lives of the youths he meets.
Ng Liang Wei
Ho Wei Hao
In his working life, Ho Wei Hao had spent time as a Social Worker in a local Family Service Centre (FSC) and then in different ministries in the Civil Service. During this time, he studied part-time and obtained his Masters in Divinity from the Biblical Graduate School of Theology (BGST). Wei Hao has been involved in Youth and Young Adults ministry since he was a tertiary student and one of his current passions is to help bridge the gap between the different generations in the Church. The ongoing Graceworks’ Generations Project is the outworking of this passion which seeks to increase unity through greater empathy among the generations. Whenever possible, he loves to travel and take photos, with his favourite continent being South America.
In his working life, Wei Hao had spent time as a Social Worker in a local Family Service Centre (FSC) and then in different ministries in the Civil Service. During this time, he studied part-time and obtained his Masters in Divinity from Biblical Graduate School of Theology (BGST).
Wei Hao has been involved in Youth and Young Adults ministry since he was a tertiary student and one of his current burdens is to help bridge the gap between the different generations in the church. The ongoing Graceworks’ Generations Project is the outworking of this burden which seeks to increase unity through greater empathy among the generations. Whenever possible, he loves to travel and take photos, his favourite continent is South America.
Dr Mathew Mathews
Dr Mathew Mathews has been conducting social research for almost two decades and currently leads a research team at a local university. He frequently contributes to the local media through his research expertise. Mathews is passionate about issues faced by families especially how parenting can be value driven. He serves on various board and committees which seek to make a positive difference in society. Mathews actively serves at Alive Community Church.
Carol serves in Generations of Virtue, a ministry that is committed to teaching sexual wholeness and integrity, and equipping families to transform culture. She is also a digital literacy educator and a parenting coach, having spent over two decades in public service, including the Ministry of Education and the Infocomm Media Development Authority.
D6 Family 2020 Devotional Study Guides
D6 Family 2019 Video Resources
Our Daily Bread Resources
Resources on Marriage and Parenting
A website with many Online articles and reading on Parenting (click here to view)
A website with many Parenting and Children Resources (click here to view)
A 30 days Our Daily Bread devotionals on Refreshing your Marriage(click here to view)
What is the Promise of Marriage? (click here to view)
How can a parent find peace of Mind? (click here to view)
Help! I’m Stressed about My Child’s Education (click here to view)
Help! My Child Wants More Screen Time (click here to view)
Help! How Do I Talk to My Child About Love, Sex, and Marriage (click here to view)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
D6 is based on the principles of Deuteronomy 6 and it urges the church and home to work together to implement generational discipleship within the churches, homes and families. The objective of D6 Conference is for the attendees to understand how they can best apply the principles of Deuteronomy 6 in their lives in order to pass on a spiritual legacy for future generations.
Anyone who has a desire to know more about how they can implement generational discipleship in their churches or homes should attend the D6 Conference. More specifically, the following groups of people are strongly encouraged to attend the conference:
- Senior Pastors and Church Leaders
- Family, Youth and Children’s Ministry Leaders
- Parents, teachers, and volunteers
The D6 Conference was founded by Randall House Publications.
Randall House is a Christian publisher and parent ministry of D6, dedicated to promoting the generational discipleship within both churches and homes through curriculums, books and events.
D6 Conference is usually held on a Friday and Saturday on the last week of July.
D6 Family Conference consists of plenary sessions, panellists conversations and breakout sessions for workshops. Participants will also receive e-materials for this conference. More details will be announced at a later date
The registration fee is $60 per pax, but there is an early bird rate of $50 per pax from now till 13 June 2022. For more information, click here
Registrants of D6 Family Conference 2019-2020 are entitled admission for D6 Family Conference 2021 & 2022. Kindly refer to your letter of entitlement. However, registrants for of D6 Family Conference 2021 are only entitled to this year’s D6 Family Conference.
Due to the Covid 19 situation, the conference is held online. Admission fee covers access to the conference and e-materials for 1 person.
Early-bird promotion till 13 June 2022. Register early to enjoy the discount!
D6 Conference fees are non-refundable. However, if you are unable to attend the conference, you may transfer the registration to another person at no additional cost. Please note that your transfer request must be emailed to us at email@example.com before 13 June 2022.
For individual registrants, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and registration number to update us about the changes by 16 July 2021.
Please contact us at 6304 5286 or email us at email@example.com with your full name and contact number for us to assist you.
Group registration leaders would have received information from the organiser.
There are 3 payment modes available:
- We accept both credit and debit card payments.
- Paynow to The Bible Society of Singapore (UEN:S70SS0023A) Kindly indicate your reference number in the remarks. Example: (D6SXXX)
- Alternatively, you may also pay by cheque. Cheques need to be sent to The Bible Society of Singapore within 7 days of online registration. Kindly indicate these details at the back of your cheque:
- Your Registration Number
- Your Name and Contact Number
- We accept both credit and debit card payments.
If no payment is received during the stipulated time, the organizer reserves the right to cancel the registration or the early-bird promotion price for the registration. Registration for the conference is only confirmed upon successful payment.
Yes, you can email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate your request to switch. However please note that your request must be sent before 13 June 2022, and it is also subjected to availability.
You may refer to this website to view a step-by-step guide to help you get started.
Name (Reference No. given by D6)
Example: Rachel Seah (D6G123) or (D6S123)
Yes, links to recording will be provided exclusively to the registrants via email after the conference. It will be available to view for a limited time.
We encourage all participants to switch on their webcam for audience engagement.