Sisters in Ministry Toolbox Workshops (Jan to May 2022)

 

Mrs Josephine Li, an EAST Partners in Ministry Adjunct Faculty, will be conducting six upcoming workshops for sisters in ministry, from January to May 2022, on Thursdays and Fridays, in the afternoons and evenings. To register for any of the free online English workshops, sign up here!此处查看研讨会的中文版。

See more details of the workshops below. For further enquiries, email sistersinministrytoolbox@gmail.com.

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My Missional Journey To and At EAST: MACM Student Hannah Ong

(L-R) Hannah Ong, husband Wong Chee Hoe, son Timothy (18), & daughter Anna (20)

EAST News caught up with a 2nd year Master of Arts in Christian Ministry (MACM) student Hannah Ong regarding her journey to and her experiences at EAST thus far. Hannah joined EAST before the Covid-19 pandemic started but since then, there have been a lot of changes in terms of lessons delivery at EAST too. Still, she has adapted well, and God has continued to equip her through life lessons through classes at EAST.

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KCCC Korean Alumnus Updates from Seoul: Kim YuJin

L-R: Joy, Christine(9), Alice(6), Amy(15), YuJin

EAST News caught up with KCCC Korean Alumnus Eugene Kim YuJin who graduated with a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies in 2013. He and his wife Joy have since returned to South Korea and have been serving with Korea Campus Crusade for Christ (KCCC). YuJin is with the Leadership Development Human Resource (LDHR) department, focusing on Leadership Development and he helps to coordinate the Doctor in Ministry program which EAST and AGST are in collaboration in providing the KCCC staff with. Below is a short interview with YuJin.

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No Perfect Time to Serve God But Now!

L-R: Toe, Mag, Annie with Noa (11 months), Siyi with Eli (2yrs 8mths), Gus

EAST News caught up with one of EAST’s longest serving Resident Faculty Toe and Magdalene (Mag) Set who have served in EAST since 2006 and joined Cru since 1986. They have just received their 35 years long service award from Cru Singapore. Toe and Mag have two adult children Gus and Annie, a daughter-in-law Siyi and two grandchildren: Eli (boy) and Noa (girl).

Below is an account by Mag of how the Lord led both of them to serve in Myanmar and began serving in the Cru ministry there in the early 1990s. They were there for six years and began the Campus ministry and new Staff Training Centre in the mid 1990s. They also started local staff training in campuses over three different cities during that time. Also, in 2014, they were back in their beloved Myanmar for sabbatical, teaching in Myanmar Institute of Christian Theology. In 2002-2006, Toe went to Dallas Theological Seminary to obtain his Masters of Theology and soon returned to join EAST afterwards as resident faculty. However, his ministry to the staff in Myanmar continues to this day via digital means. Do continue to pray for their family and ministry.

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Welcome EAST’s newest Faculty: Roy Tan

L-R: Roy, Gloria (daughter), Eunice (daughter-in-law), Bee Lay (wife), Ryan (son)

 

EAST News welcomes Roy Tan (EdD Studies in Child & Family Development) as our newest Resident Faculty Member, although Roy is neither new to EAST nor Christian Ministry. He has joined EAST since September 2019 and served in Navigators for 22 years as staff, was a pastor in a local church (Neighbourhood Church) for 8 years, and even worked as a Clerk of Works in the army all prior to joining EAST. Since joining EAST, he has co-taught the Shepherd Care class with Dr Casey Lok for three cycles and given personal counselling sessions to dozens of students as part of the course assignment to enable students to work through life issues and understand their own temperaments and giftings better.

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