Becoming What God Intended – Online PIM Day Course

Becoming What God Intended (LF300, 3 Credits, Online)
17 July to 17 November 2023, Mondays, 1.30 pm-3.30 pm 

Looks at Scriptures to understand the need for us to become what God intended for us at creation.  It takes an in depth look at what has gone wrong with the human race since the Fall.  It then looks at what God has done to bring about what He intended for us — A New Creation in Christ.  The process of learning includes both head knowledge and heart involvement so that lessons learned can be integrated and lived out in the learner’s life.

Registration deadline is Friday, 7 July 2023.

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From Crafts to Christ


All of us are called to live out the Great Commission. How then can we use our interests/talents for evangelism? For the longest time, I love beautiful things because of my background in fashion and interior design. God challenged me to use my interests/talents for His glory.

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Bible Study Methods – Online PIM Day Course


Bible Study Methods (BS410, 3 Credits, Online)
16 January – 24 April 2023, Mondays, 1.00 pm-3.00 pm 

This course will help students to learn basic inductive bible study methods, understand small group dynamics and facilitation, and to equip students on how to first study the bible on their own and in turn to teach biblical truth through the leading of small group discussions and effective telling of the bible stories.

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The Significant Woman – Partners in Ministry Online Course

The Significant Woman (Online)
LF411, 2 Credits
Mondays, 1.00 pm-3.00 pm (18 July–5 September)

As a woman, would you like to learn how to live a life of significance?  No matter what season of life you are in, this course is designed to help you grow in your relationship with God, become aware of who God created you to be, discover and do what He has called you to do. Read more

Christian Marriage – Partners in Ministry Online Course

Christian Marriage (Online) – For couples only
LF460, 1 Credit
Mondays, 2.30 pm-5.45 pm (12 September–7 November 2022, 7 sessions: 12, 26 Sep; 3, 10, 17, 31 Oct; 7 Nov)

Aims to build a thriving marriage by exploring important topics like understanding God’s design for marriage, communication and conflict resolution, power of forgiveness, impact of family background and upbringing, physical intimacy, and maintaining romance in marriage.  It offers assessments for marriage and practical skills in handling challenges unique to ministry couples.

Course is limited to Partners in Ministry program and visiting students. This class is for married couples only – husband and wife must register for and attend the class together. Read more

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