May 2015 Intensive Course: Theology of Leadership

LF512 Theology of Leadership (3 credits)
18 – 29 May 2015 (9.00 am to 3.30 pm, Monday to Friday)

What is the biblical basis of the role and responsibilities of a leader? This course will look at the biblical foundations of leadership as well as a biblical evaluation of leadership theories and approaches. The course will enable ministry practitioners to develop a rich theological foundation for thinking about issues of leadership in the Christian community.

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Guy Saffold (EdD)

Dr Guy Saffold has many years of educational and ministry leadership experience. He developed and directed an academic leadership training program and is currently the Special Assistant to the President, Trinity Western University. He is also the Global Director of The Life Project for Power to Change. He is on the Presidents’ Council, ACTS Seminaries and an Associate Professor of Theological Studies. He taught this block course at EAST two years ago and many commented how helpful it was.

Deadline for class registration is Friday, 8 May 2015. You may click here to register online or contact us for registration form.

May 2015 Intensive Course: Crisis Counselling

LF563 Crisis Counselling (3 credits)
18 – 29 May 2015 (9.00 am to 3.30 pm, Monday to Friday)

There are crisis every day, large scale ones such as earthquakes and typhoons and personal ones which also have long term impact.  Designed for those in discipleship ministries and pastors, this class provides biblical understanding on different crisis and discusses basic counselling skills and practical strategies for intervention.  Crises to be discussed include depression, trauma, grief, stress, teenage issues and life transitions.

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Rod B. Santos (DMin)

Dr Rod Santos is a pastor, professor, author, and counsellor. He and his wife, Malou, serve with Family Life Philippines. He speaks at conferences, leads contemplative retreats, counsels families and facilitates healing for individuals with sexual and relational brokenness. He appears as a resource speaker on TV and radio programs related to various family life and counselling issues.

 

Deadline for class registration is Friday, 8 May 2015. You may click here to register online or contact us for registration form.

Book: Touched By The Master’s Hand

EAST alumni, Rev. Alfred Yeo, and his wife, Joyce, know the power of the Master’s touch in a very personal way.

They share their encounters with God in the book, Touched By The Master’s Hand: My Father Remembers Me! Their prayers is that people who read it will find a ray of hope with the God of wonders. Their desire is that it would be read and shared with those who are experiencing physical and emotional pains so that God through the pages might reveal Himself to them.

 

Touched by the Master's Hand

Rev. Alfred Yeo is an Ordained Minister with the Assemblies of God of Singapore. Together with his wife, Joyce, they pastor Zion Full Gospel Church. Having experienced God’s love and mercy, their desire is to share their encounter with the God of wonders in this book.

If you would like to purchase the book, please contact Rev. Alfred Yeo at zfgcc@singnet.com.sg. Each book costs S$10 (self-collect) or $10.90 (mailed to you).  Together with your name, mobile, mailing address, and total quantity of book(s) desired, you may crossed a cheque payable to Yeo Hock Leng and send to Zion Full Gospel Church, 44 Hoot Kiam Road, Singapore 249421.

 

Lent, Passover and Easter

Chapel with a special emphasis on Lent, Passover, and Easter took place today. The theme of “Celebrating God’s redemption of His people” ties together the Passover, Christ’s work on the cross, and how God has changed our lives.

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Dr. Keith Shubert expounded on the Passover elements and administered the Holy Communion. The student-led worship, scripture reading, personal testimonies, and prayer makes it a meaningful and reflective time.

Inter-Collegiate Games 2015

Five seminaries duke it out at these (mostly) annual games uniting theological institutions in Singapore. Staff and students originally from all continents of the world converge on ACS Independent School football pitch to play competitively, yet in Christian fellowship, in four sports: Telematch, Football (Soccer), Captain’s Ball, and Dodgeball. For the first time since its inception, there was no overall champion this time round. There were winners in individual games played, but what is championed is Christian fellowship and healthy competition among schools at the field. To God be the glory!

The ICG Cup was then passed from EAST to Trinity Theological College who will be the organizer for next year’s Games. Participating seminaries include Baptist Theological Seminary (BTS), East Asia School of Theology (EAST), Singapore Bible College (SBC)​, TCA College (TCA), and Trinity Theological College (TTC)​.

Thank you EAST Student Council and student councils from all other seminaries for your hard work in organizing it.  And thank you to all staff and students for your enthusiastic participation.  PRAISE THE LORD!

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