November/December 2014 Intensive Courses

Biomedical Ethics and the Contemporary Church (Intensive Course)
1 – 5 Dec 2014, Mon to Fri, 9.00am – 5.00pm

We are living in a time of a tsunami of change. Christians are often swamped by newer and latest technologies without having a chance to examine the ethical considerations. This course will help to surf this tsunami by evaluating from a pastoral-theological perspective, issues that will involve everyone at some time in their lives.

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Dr. Alex Tang, teacher for the course, is associate professor of paediatrics in Monash University and consultant paediatrician at KPJ Johor Specialist Hospital. He is an ordained Presbyterian elder and lectures at several seminaries.

 

Character Development (Intensive Course)
24 Nov – 6 Dec 2014, Mon to Fri, 9.00am – 12.30pm

Interested in more mature character in your walk with God? Not sure what steps to take? Character Development offers a depth of insight and Biblical wisdom for people in all stages of life.

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Ms. Winky Leinster, teacher for the course, has ministered since 1994 as a Licensed Marriage and Family Counsellor at Genesis Counseling Service in California.

 

Registration deadline: Mon, 10 Nov 2014.

Click here to sign up online!

2014/2015 Second semester courses (January – May 2015)

Registration & payment deadline is 19 December 2014 (Friday).

EAST Day of Prayer 2014

EAST Day of Prayer 2014 joined CCC/Cru ministries around the world in praying for the nations and for matters close to our hearts. Praising God and praying for His will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. “Worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness; tremble before him, all the earth. Say among the nations, ‘The LORD reigns.'” Ps. 96:9-10 (NIV)

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Special THANKS to the EAST Student Council for organizing and leading the event.

Praise God!

Moving and Heartfelt Valedictorian Speech

Witty Ms. Boo Hui Ling gave her valedictorian speech at the recent EAST 20th Commencement Service. Hear her heartfelt graduand’s reflections in this video. After graduating with her MDiv degree, she served with a Christian organization before furthering her studies.

Mongolia Nomad – Cross-Cultural Team Internship 2014

How do you show God’s love to the Mongolian nomads? Just by being there with and serving them. And a team of EAST students did just that through their Cross-Cultural Team Internship. The first part of their trip to Mongolia was doing ministry with the nomads. Watch the video as they lived and ministered amongst the nomads.
 

A team of students was in Mongolia as part of the Cross-cultural Team Internship during the summer break. The Nomad ministry was the first part of the intern…

Course: Bible Study Method and Hermeneutics

The Bible Study Method and Hermeneutics course teaches students how to study Scriptures for themselves so that they can feast on God’s Word. This skills course as taught by Dr. Keith Shubert helps believers to feed themselves on spiritual truths and not be spoon-fed as spiritual babes. Here’s the class in role-playing action!

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