Reverend Jeff Yuen and Tammy Yuen
Rev. Jeff Yuen
– Founder and Senior Pastor of Soakability Church
– Founder and teacher of Soakability School of the Supernatural (SSS)
– Revivalist Healer, Prophetic Evangelist, Worship Minister and Preacher
Rev. Jeff Yuen started his ministry journey by prayer-walking in Singapore and many countries across Asia since the late 1990s. Rev. Jeff has also been a missionary in Thailand before returning to Singapore, where he embarked on a new season of revival ministry which includes starting Soakability church and being ordained for ministry under Harvest International Ministries (HIM).
Because of his experiences in seeing amazing doors open after prayer-walking, worship and Presence-evangelism, Rev. Jeff has experienced changing the spiritual landscape of nations and churches with God’s love and power. Ushering in God’s presence is so powerful that miraculous signs and wonders and healing usually follow suit.
Rev. Jeff now ministers and teaches supernatural ministry lifestyle, prophetic healing and evangelism on an international platform. He has written his first book “Presence-Driven Donkeys” based on his experiences and teachings.
Rev. Jeff resides in Singapore with his wife Tammy and son Josiah. He ministers at Soakability on Saturday evenings and with his healing team on the streets every Sunday.
Reverend Patrick Loh
– Associate Pastor of Soakability Church
– Teacher at Soakability School of the Supernatural (SSS)
– Revivalist Healer, Prophetic Teacher, Worship Minister and Preacher
Rev. Patrick Loh graduated from Singapore Bible College with a Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Ministries in 2005. He is an ordained minister under Harvest International Ministries and is Associate Pastor at Soakability, a Church that carries the healing presence of God into the hospitals and into the streets.
Being active in missions, Rev. Patrick travels all across South East Asia, helping people to encounter the Father’s heart and empowering people to move in the Father’s authority in areas such as healing the sick and moving in the prophetic.
Rev Clement Sim