The Sanctity of Our Sexuality – A Public Lecture

You are cordially invited to an EAST Public Lecture. Free admission for all. Please register your attendance for logistics purposes.

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How often do we think of “Sexuality” as “Sacred”?

Chances are not too often. As a matter of fact, the social spaces we occupy and the culture where we live, move, and have our being impresses upon us with an ever increasing weight that sex and sexuality are private matters.

All that matters is one’s personal preference, and any suggestion that hints at alternatives is treated as divisive and dangerous. Is that really the case? In this seminar we will explore the dynamic relationship between our sexuality and the way of life the Church is called to model in the light of all that surrounds us.

 

When:    Wednesday 10 August 2016, 9.00 am – 12.30 pm

Where:  East Asia School of Theology, 1 Dorset Road (219486), 2nd Level, Library Block

Click here for directions to EAST. For registration and questions, call 6291-9744 ext 202 or email eeyuing@east.edu.sg

 

Resource Persons:

Jose Philip

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Jose was born in Kerala and grew up in Chennai. He is currently an Evangelist and Apologist with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. In his checkered working life, he was a prawn biologist and head of operations in a software firm. But it is in teaching and preaching the Word of God that he now finds great satisfaction. He is married to Cinu, a special educator by training and they have 2 children, and they live in Singapore.

 

Kevin Chow

Before embarking on theological studies Kevin worked as corporate communications executive in Singapore. He is a qualified audio engineer and loves the outdoor and sports, and hopes to integrate them into theological education. He is currently a second-year student in the Master of Theology programme at SBC. Kevin, married to Alina and is blessed with baby Shona, and they worship at Church of Our Saviour.

Fong Ming Hui

Minghui taught English Literature at a Junior College, and is now a second-year student at the Master of Theology programme at SBC. His hobbies include reading and baking. He worships at Faith Methodist Church.

Are You Satisfied?

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Christians, are you tired of living a defeated Christian life?

The Bible reveals the secret to a victorious Christian living is simply to be Spirit-filled and to walk in Him on a continuing basis (Galatians 5:16-25).

While we are indwelt with the Holy Spirit the moment we trust Christ, learning to walk in the Spirit (fully empowered, reliant, yielded to God’s will) is a lifestyle requiring our active participation.

“The Christian life is so simple that we stumble over the very simplicity of it, and yet it is so difficult that no one can live it.” ~ by Bill Bright

To learn more and begin your journey of victorious living in Christ, refer to the following resources from Cru. These are trusted resources from the ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, International.

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EAST Faculty Welcome You!

The EAST faculty are excited to receive you in their classes for the upcoming semester July-November 2016 beginning this 18th July. Have you signed up for any courses yet?

Do you know by using the Feast@EAST promotions you can take your First Course Free? For more details, please visit: east.edu.sg/promotions/

Do call us and arrange to visit one of our chapel or classes. Please contact EAST Admissions at 6291-9744 ext 234 or by email. We look forward to having you over at EAST. Shalom.

 

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Expository Preaching 1 (Day Course)

LF555 Expository Preaching 1 (2 credits)
Wednesdays: 9.00 am-11.15 am 

It is not enough just to know public speaking skills in order to preach. This course helps you learn how to take a biblical text and from that develop a message relevant to the audience. Pre-requisites: BS510 Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics, OT510 Old Testament Narratives, may be taken concurrently with NT510 New Testament Narratives.

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Carlos Pena, ThM

Carlos Pena has a strong background in public speaking and preaching. He is the pastor of Life Change Fellowship (Singapore), has preached to groups across Asia in person and via radio. He is a Senior Consultant for Far East Broadcasting Company International.

 

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Monday, 11 July 2016.

Click here for the 2016/2017 First semester courses (July-November 2016).

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Worldview and Biblical Decision Making (Day Course)

TS560 Worldview and Biblical Decision Making (2 credits)
Wednesdays: 9.00 am-11.15 am

Your worldview shapes how you live even if you don’t know what it is and how it works. This course seeks to explore the big questions of life and develop the necessary categories to develop a Biblical view of life to help you develop a truly Christian framework for moral decision making. You will be encouraged to, creatively and thoughtfully, apply what you learn to a number of case studies and scenarios as well as teach the information to others. You will also develop a ministry project that will be genuinely helpful to the context in which you serve.

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Jose Philip, ThM

Jose Philip is the Director for Itinerant Development with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (Asia-Pacific). He grew up in India and became a follower of Jesus Christ at the age of fourteen. While working in the Middle East he discovered his passion of teaching and preaching the Word. As a result he moved to Singapore and completed both an MDiv in Biblical Studies and MTh at Singapore Bible College. Since graduating in 2008 he has taught in various settings and countries.

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Monday, 11 July 2016.

Click here for the 2016/2017 First semester courses (July-November 2016).

Find out if you are eligible to take any one of these courses using the First Course Free@EAST (FEAST) Promotion!

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