EAST – An Intercultural Learning Community

EAST is intercultural. The Lord has put together faculty, staff and students from all over the world as a learning community that literally equips the nations.

Pammiyo Kasar came from India to be equipped in the MDivICS program at EAST. His learning journey has been greatly enriched by having an international mentoring community.

Design by Blessed Ong

God’s Undying Love

Design: Blessed Ong

“Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” ~ John 15:13 (NIV)

God’s expression of love: His life put on the line to rescue us, to give us life and have it more abundantly.


Cancellation of May 2020 Intensive Course


Please be informed that due to the COVID-19 situation, the May 2020 Intensive course, Theology of Leadership, by Dr Guy Safford has been cancelled.

LF512 Theology of Leadership (3 credits)
20–29 May 2020 (starts on Wednesday, ends on the following Friday), 9.00 am-5.00 pm

What are God’s instruction for us today as leaders in ministry? Unreflective reliance on secular theories and techniques can be hazardous to us as leaders and to our people. This course helps participants to develop a solid theological foundation for thinking about practical issues of leadership for application to life and ministry.


Guy Saffold, EdD, the Executive Director Emeritus of the Association Canadian Theological Schools at Trinity Western University holds a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Seattle University (USA). He is an author and Associate Professor in theological studies and organizational leadership.



Opportunities to Love Better

Design: Blessed Ong


Is life not full of opportunities for learning love? Every man and woman every day has a thousand of them. The world is not a playground; it is a schoolroom. Life is not a holiday, but an education. And the one eternal lesson for us all is how better we can love.
~ Henry Drummond


Lamenting as an Act of Faith

Photo: Kalie Stier Photography

“When Jeremy Chew’s wife passed away from an aggressive form of cervical cancer in August 2018, his world fell into darkness. … An Old Testament lecturer at the East Asia School of Theology, Chew had been teaching for years about the suffering of characters like Hannah and Job. Yet, it was only in his personal grief that the Biblical stories hit home,” wrote Gracia Lee of Jeremy’s journey of faith.

Read the moving testimony of an EAST alumnus and resident faculty, Dr Jeremy Chew, on the passing of his dear wife and its aftermath. He composes and sings songs in worship of our God through such season of lamenting as acts of renewed faith. He recently cut a Mandarin album with songs on human grief and God’s goodness. Selah.

You may read Gracia’s full article in Salt & Light here.


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