Dev Menon

Dev Menon is currently serving as a pastor in Zion Bishan Bible-Presbyterian Church. He is married to one wonderful wife, Chene, and they have three young children, Josiah, Jerusha, and Tirzah. Dev has been ministering to young adults for the last few years in Singapore. Prior to that, he was working with tertiary students from around the world at All Souls Church, London.

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  • An Owl’s Journey

    $15.00

    This collection of 20 essays explores how the church intersects with a range of different spheres: leadership, the arts, academia and pastoral care. It challenges us to consider the possibilities of what a healthy and well-rounded church can accomplish.

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    Bundled Set: The Pattern, The Plate Spinner

    $17.00$20.00

    A bundle of Dev Menon's books which are catered to the needs of the young adult. Dev has a heart for serving the young adults and relating to them, which is evident in his extremely engaging writing style.

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  • Sale! The Pattern: Discovering God's Design for Marriage (eBook)

    The Pattern: Discovering God’s Design for Marriage

    $9.60$20.00

    Readers will find Dev’s writing conversational and accessible. He combines a strong theological framework with a lot of practical help for couples as they begin their marriage. While those preparing for marriage need counsellors, mentors, and models — companions who will walk with them — they also need to base their marriage on God and His truth. The Pattern provides this biblical foundation and does it admirably.

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  • Sale! The Plate Spinner (eBook)

    The Plate Spinner

    $8.00$20.00

    The seemingly benign issue of time, if not handled wisely, can become malignant. We have only so much time in a day, a week, a month — and soon, all too soon, the years will catch up with us. The best part of our lives hurries past us, and we wonder if it has gone the way of waste and regrets. Could we have invested our time better? As in medical conditions, malignancy is best treated when detected in the early stages.

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