EAST Aleph: Mission Explorer

Mission Explorer

EAST Aleph 2015 ended with the school on a multicultural hunt dubbed Mission Explorer. The Student Council sent Mentoring Groups out to discover multifaceted Singapore, learn other cultures and languages, and have a great time of team building. THANK YOU all for capping the two-week long orientation program with a fun and meaningful time together. Classes begin next week!

EAST Aleph: Partners In Ministry

EAST Partners In Ministry (PIM) welcomes newcomers to the program. PIM targets the students’ most valuable ministry partner–their wives–for personal development. Through Bible teachings, practical equipping, and personal coaching, PIM seeks to holistically develop them as fellow partners in ministry to their husband.

PIM 2015

Find out more: www.east.edu.sg/academicprograms/pim/

EAST Aleph 2015 Started

EAST Aleph for new students started last Friday and runs for two weeks before academic classes start. We are grateful for the bumper number of new students this year coupled with new faculty who has joined us for this new academic year.

EAST Aleph 2015

Please pray for a most fruitful time for all during the EAST Aleph as new students: attend their Research Writing class, get oriented to their academic program and resource facilities, develop skills of evangelism, live out Spirit-filled walk, and begin relationships with fellow Mentoring Group members. Thanks!

2015-2016 First Semester Courses (July – November 2015)

Faculty 2015-16 Sem1

All Day and Evening Courses listed are valid for the semester of 20 July-20 November 2015. Registration deadline is Friday, 10 July 2015. You may register online or contact us for registration form. Click on individual course titles for more details.

Evening Courses:

Day Courses:

You may visit the Courses Information page or download the Courses Information brochure (in PDF).

 

Jubilee Day Of Prayer 2015

EAST was at the Jubilee Day Of Prayer together with 51,000 Christians to thank God and pray for Singapore in her 50th year of independence. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was the guest of honour and was prayed for by all present. Some 3,500 took part by viewing ‪#‎JDOP2015‬ ‘live’ online.

“Prayer does not equip us for greater works—prayer is the greater work.” ~ Oswald Chambers, My Utmost For His Highest.

JDOP 2015

Join EAST’s SG50 Jubilee Promotions with First Course Free or 50% Off Seconds! See www.east.edu.sg/promotions

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