Theology of Missions (Evening Course)

IS540A Theology of Missions (2 credits)
Tuesdays: 7.00 pm – 9.15 pm, 20 July – 20 November 2015

Will you join a mission trip in the future or mobilize others to go? This course will better equip you through a study of the underlying principles and theological presuppositions of the global Christian mission. It provides theological foundations for the global mission of the church, and will attempt to help you unify and integrate a wide range of theological themes in and around the issues of mission. Basic issues that confront the missionary will be investigated, as well as the more complex and contemporary issues.

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Raymond Song Tae Suk, PhD

Raymond Song was a staff member of Cru for 15 years in the USA and Japan (Tokyo and Osaka) where he served as a Campus Director and a Regional Director. He also has 19 years pastoral ministry experience in local church, preaching, teaching, and discipling emerging Asian-American English generation in Korean-American churches.  He has been an instructor of Missions in the Distance Education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (USA). He is married to Justine Han and they have two sons in university.

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015.

The complete 2015-2015 First Semester Courses Information PDF brochure may be downloaded or visit the 2015-2016 First Semester Courses Information page.

Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (Day Course)

BS510 Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (3 credits)
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9.00 am – 10.45 am, 20 July – 20 November 2015

This course is designed to help you learn how to study the Scriptures on your own – systematically, contextually, and independently. You will be surprised by how much God’s Word has in store for you as you feast on it through the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

Pre-requisite or concurrent with: LF500 Research and Writing for Christian Leadership. Students taking this course for audit (i.e. not for credit), will not be required to fulfill the pre-requisite.

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Keith Shubert, PhD, & Jacob Li, ThM

Keith, a staff member of Cru for 44 years, has ministered and taught in over 30 countries and served as resident or adjunct faculty for four seminaries located in Asia and the USA.  One of his favorite quotes is “the Bible is not given for information but for transformation.”

Jacob is passionate about teaching.  He holds a Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary (USA) and a Master of Continuing Education – Adult Learning from University of Calgary (Canada). Jacob is committed to helping people study the Word of God as well as to live out their God-given potential. He is married with two children.

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015.

The complete 2015-2015 First Semester Courses Information PDF brochure may be downloaded or visit the 2015-2016 First Semester Courses Information page.

 

New Testament Narratives (Day Course)

NT510 New Testament Narratives (3 credits)
Tuesdays: 2.00 pm – 5.30 pm, 20 July – 20 November 2015

There’s only one Jesus Christ, so why are there four Gospels? This course will uncover the way each Gospel gives us a compatible, yet distinct, portrait of the character, life, and teachings of our Lord. It will also explore what Jesus continued to do and teach through the early church as seen in the book of Acts. You will learn about the first-century context of Jesus and the early church as well as how the world-changing movement Jesus started continues to impact our lives today. Pre-requisite: BS510 Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics. Students taking this course for audit (i.e. not for credit), will not be required to fulfil the pre-requisite.

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Rob MacEwen, PhD

Rob has lived and served in various Asian countries for over twelve years, with ministries including university student outreach, leadership training, and Bible teaching. He is the author of Matthean Posteriority (2015 Bloomsbury T&T Clark), a book that explores the literary relationships between the first three Gospels.

 

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015.

The complete 2015-2015 First Semester Courses Information PDF brochure may be downloaded or visit the 2015-2016 First Semester Courses Information page.

Building Spiritual Movements (Day Course)

IS501 Building Spiritual Movements (3 credits)
Fridays: 9.00 am – 12.45 pm, 20 July – 20 November 2015

Most Christians desire to be effective witnesses and spiritual multipliers but never quite know how to go about it. This course provides an effective and practical approach to equip you to build communities of Spirit-filled multipliers by following Jesus’ example and strategy. Pre-requisite: IS401 Evangelism and Follow-Up Seminar. Students taking this course for audit (i.e. not for credit), will not be required to fulfil the pre-requisite.

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Janice Chuang, MDiv

Janice’s ministry spans more than 30 years in Singapore and in cross-cultural settings in the region. Her passion in evangelism and discipleship has inspired many to go into the harvest fields and serve as leaders in spiritual movements.

 

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015.

The complete 2015-2015 First Semester Courses Information PDF brochure may be downloaded or visit the 2015-2016 First Semester Courses Information page.

Contextualisation (Day Course)

IS520/TS570 Contextualisation (2 credits)
Wednesdays: 9.00 am – 11.15, 20 July – 20 November 2015

This class will give you tools to contextualise critically both the gospel message and ministry methods and strategies so that the gospel will be planted deeply in Asian soil.

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Kwa Kiem Kiok, PhD

Kiem Kiok spent six years with Graduates’ Christian Fellowship, equipping graduates for ministry in the market-place, and subsequently at a Methodist church in the areas of discipleship, training, and mentoring. She continues to actively serve in church and also sits on medical ethics committees.

 

You may register online or contact us if you have any query. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015.

The complete 2015-2015 First Semester Courses Information PDF brochure may be downloaded or visit the 2015-2016 First Semester Courses Information page.

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