Exposition of Ephesians (Evening Course)

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NT520 / NT520A Exposition of Ephesians (2 credits / 3 credits)
Thursdays, 7.00 pm-9.15 pm

The letter to the Ephesians is considered as one of the greatest works of the Apostle Paul that has influenced much of Christian theology, love, honour, prayer, and ethics. The student will examine the book of Ephesians to determine the author’s central message, and its theological significance and relevance to the Christian faith then and now.

Benson Goh, PhD

Benson Goh has been a full-time staff with Cru Singapore since 1996. He has served in the campus ministry for nine years, three of which he was the director of the Great Commission Training Center (GCTC). He graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary in New Testament Biblical Studies in 2017.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

Transforming Leadership (Evening Course)

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LF511 Transforming Leadership (3 Credits)
Thursdays, 7.00 pm-10.00 pm

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 has served as Country Director of Cru Singapore for more than ten years, as National Campus Director and Area Team Leader for East Asia for 18 years, and 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 served in the Chinese Ministry of Philippine Campus Crusade for Christ since 1991.  In 2000, he moved to East Asia, and served as a Campus Director, and later as Regional Training Director (Student-led Movement), City Director (Leader-led Movement), National Coordinator for Church Planting Network (Leader-led Movement), and Regional Leader-led Movement Director. He moved to Singapore with his Singaporean wife, Sophie, in 2011, and is now Dean of Administration at EAST.

Registration deadline is Wednesday, 2 January 2019.  You may register online or contact us for registration form.

EAST Phone Lines Temporarily Down

As we shift our office from 14 to 23 November 2018, our phone lines will be temporarily down while we transition to our new office location.

Please email admissions@east.edu.sg for admissions matters, and eastinfo@east.edu.sg for other enquiries in the meantime.

This Semester’s Concluding Chapel

 

Today we had our last chapel for the semester. Our faculty, Dr Keith Shubert facilitated us in a time of Communion with the Lord.

“The Lord is my Shepherd; that’s all I want.”
Such was the concise notion of Psalm 23 according to a child. The sheep of the Shepherd need only Him, for through Him all will be well.

Photos courtesy of Tan Eng Kwang

Mental Health In Christian Ministry (November 2018 Intensive Course) – Registration closed

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LF569 Mental Health In Christian Ministry (3 credits)
21-30 November 2018
 (from Wednesday to the following Friday), 9.00 am-5.00 pm

This course will focus on diagnosis and treatment of the major psychopathologies. Focus will be given to using the DSM-V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder) and the impact of culture to the understanding of mental illness.

Wilson Phang, PhD

Wilson is the founder of Ministry Personnel Care. He is using his background in crisis response, psychiatry, psychology, Biblical counseling and missiology to provide care, counsel and training to Christian workers globally. He and his wife have three grown children.

Registration deadline was Wednesday, 14 November 2018.

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