Religious Movements in Asia (Day Course)

IS570/TS573 Religious Movements in Asia (3 credits)
Fridays: 2.00 pm-5.30 pm

This course examines the beliefs and practices of the major religions of Asia (Christianity included) as well as their “folk” expressions.  The historical and national contexts and overall trends of these religions will be examined to achieve the goal of a deeper understanding of how our pluralistic Asian context impacts our identity and witness as Christians.  This will also aid our ability to respect and live in harmony with people of other faiths and perspectives.

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Song Tae Suk Raymond, PhD

Raymond served with Cru for 15 years in the USA and Japan, and pastored emerging generation of Asian-Americans in Korean-American churches for 19 years.  He has been a Course Tutor of Education and Pastoral Ministry in the Distance Education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (USA). He and her wife, Justine, have two adult children.

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

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Biblical Counselling in Ministry (Day Course)

LF561 Biblical Counselling in Ministry (3 credits)
Fridays: 9.00 am-12.45 pm

Have you been asked to counsel a friend, someone at your church, or a member of your small group? This course introduces foundational principles and techniques of a ministry of care and counselling. This course includes a study of biblical, theological, and ethical aspects of counselling in ministry as well as common counselling concerns often encountered by ministry practitioners.

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Han Hye Jeong Justine, PhD

Justine has counselled people in church and ministry situations in Korea, Japan, and USA.  She served with Cru and has also been a Pastor of Women’s’ Ministry and Children’s’ Ministry for Korean-American churches.  She has been a Course Tutor of Education and Pastoral Ministry in the Distance Education at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (USA). She and her husband, Raymond, have two adult children.

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

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Building Spiritual Movements (Day Course)

IS501 Building Spiritual Movements (3 credits)
Fridays: 9.00 am – 12.45 pm

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.

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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 Monday, 11 July 2016.

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Exposition of Second Corinthians (Evening Course)

NT538A / NT538  Exposition of Second Corinthians (2 credits / 3 credits)
Tuesdays, 7.00 pm-9.15 pm, 18 July to 18 November 2016

2 Corinthians is the Apostle Paul’s letter to a vibrant church in the ancient city of Corinth. The Christians there loved the Lord but struggled to live Christian lives in a culture that was fast-paced, materialistic, intellectual, multi-cultural, and multi-religious—similar to contemporary cities. Paul loved the Corinthians and wrote to help them grow in grace. As such, those teachings found in 2 Corinthians are relevant for us. In this class, we will hear Paul’s pastoral heart to a growing and vibrant church and will learn to apply those principles in our lives.

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Andrew Spurgeon, PhD

Andrew Spurgeon, PhD in New Testament from Dallas Theological Seminary is the Chairman of Publications for Asia Theological Association. He has written commentaries on Romans and on 1 Corinthians. He and his wife Lori serve with Global Outreach International.

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

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Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (Day Course)

BS510 Bible Study Methods and Hermeneutics (3 credits)
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9.00 am – 10.45 am, 18 July to 18 November 2016

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.

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Jacob is passionate about teaching God’s Word. He holds a Master of Continuing Education – Adult Learning from University of Calgary (Canada) and Master of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary (USA) with an emphasis on Bible Exposition. Jacob has taught the Bible at churches, para-church ministries and seminaries in Canada, USA and other parts of Asia. 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 Monday, 11 July 2016.

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