EAST Aleph 2017

How do we help new students transition well into a multicultural community of learners? By creating multiple opportunities for structured and unstructured interactive activities with and among the new students. The EAST Aleph two-week immersion program orientate students to the cultural and academic norms, provide spiritual and relational connections, and begin building the personal and ministry foundations for lasting transformation in their study life.

The journey has begun on 30 June 2017.

Transforming Leadership (Evening Course)

LF511 Transforming Leadership (3 Credits)
Mondays, 6.30 pm-10.00 pm, 17 July-17 November 2017

Leadership is a passion and a calling.  A transformational servant-leader is capable of bringing about change in organisations, and individuals. This course examines the underlying theology, leadership theory, and skill set of such a leader in today’s world.

CHAN CHONG HIOK, DD

Chan Chong Hiok is a Cru Singapore staff since 1975 and has served in the Philippines and more than ten years as Country Director of Cru Singapore.  For eighteen years, he served in East Asia as the National Campus Director and then as the Area Team Leader.  He served as President of EAST since 2011.  He has an MDiv and DD (Transformational Leadership) from the International Graduate School of Leadership (Philippines).

 

Nelson Lo, MDiv/DMin Studies

Nelson has served with Cru since 1991 in regional and national leadership positions in the Philippines, East Asia, and Singapore.  He is currently pursuing the Doctor of Ministry in Leadership with Asia Graduate School of Theology – Alliance.

 

Registration deadline is Monday, 10 July 2017. You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Click here for the 2017/2018 First semester courses (July-November 2017).

Find out if you are eligible to take any one of these courses using the Two Courses Free@EAST Promotion!

 

Impact Not Impress

Don’t use social media to impress people. Use it to impact people” – Dave Willis

Image source: Man’s Heart on Facebook

I & II Samuel (Evening Course)

OT538 I & II Samuel (3 credits)
Tuesdays, 6.30 pm-10.00 pm, 17 July-17 November 2017

This class invites you on a transformational journey as we deal with contemporary issues concerning leadership, parenting, the role of women, friendship, and servanthood through a study of 1 and 2 Samuel.

Jeremy Chew, PhD

Jeremy is a Cru Singapore staff since 1991 and has ministered to high school and campus students.  He has also led and mentored at new staff training, and coached at cross-cultural training.  Jeremy and Bee with their two children have served in East Asia for five years before doing his PhD at Asbury Theological Seminary (USA).  Jeremy’s greatest desire is to integrate biblical exposition with spiritual formation.

Registration deadline is Monday, 10 July 2017. You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Click here for the 2017/2018 First semester courses (July-November 2017).

Find out if you are eligible to take any one of these courses using the Two Courses Free@EAST Promotion!

 

Physical Settings of the Bible (Evening Course)

BS531 Physical Settings of the Bible (2 credits)
Thursdays, 7.00 pm-9.15 pm, 17 July-17 November 2017

Have you gone on a Holy Land tour in the past and would like to learn more about the places you visited? Or would you like to go some time in the future?  This course will help you better understand the biblical geography, history, and culture.

Keith Shubert, PhD and Jeannette Shubert, DMin/PhD Studies

Keith lived in Israel for three years while completing a Master’s degree in Historical Geography of Ancient Israel. Many who have gone to Israel with Keith over the past 15 years have commented that his teaching at the biblical sites brings the Bible to life. His wife, Jeannette, co-leads the group. As a team they make this a memorable trip for all who have gone with them in the past.

Registration deadline is Monday, 10 July 2017. You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Click here for the 2017/2018 First semester courses (July-November 2017).

Find out if you are eligible to take any one of these courses using the Two Courses Free@EAST Promotion!

 

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