United in Christ

Design: Joshua Wong

 

The first 10 verses of Ephesians 4 describe the concept of Christian unity and the importance of working together for God’s glory. All of us are uniquely created and gifted by God to serve him and each other to the best of our abilities.

Even though we may know this, we may sometimes find it difficult to put our knowledge into practice. Believers can come from any culture, any background, all walks of life. Regardless of our differences, we are called to love each and every believer as family.

Ephesians 4:2 is Paul’s instruction on overcoming these differences. We are to approach one another with humility, gentleness and patience. Pride and impatience have no place in the body of Christ and will only cause disharmony and chaos. As 1 Thessalonians 5:11 says “Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”

Theological Issues “I’ve Always Wondered…” (Part 2)

 

Cru Singapore organised and EAST presented at a theological issues webinar, “I’ve Always Wondered” (Part 2), which took place on 26 June 2020. The panel of speakers consisted of Dr Lewis Winkler, Dr Raymond Go, and Dr Heng Hwee Chuang, all Resident Faculty of EAST. You may view the webinar video above.

The webinar covered the following theological issues:

  • role of women and the Bible,
  • an all-good God and the existence of evil,
  • proliferation of denominations and biblical unity?

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Webinar: “I’ve Always Wondered…” (Part 2)

Have you ever wondered about hot-button biblical and theological issues such as,

  • role of women and the Bible,
  • an all-good God and the existence of evil,
  • proliferation of denominations and biblical unity?
Then join the “I’ve Always Wondered…” (Part 2) webinar organised by Cru Singapore and presented by East Asia School of Theology. Come and hear from a panel of three: theologian (Rev Dr Lewis Winkler), teaching pastor (Dr Raymond Go), and woman bible teacher (Dr Heng Hwee Chuang) who are all EAST Resident Faculty.
Date: 26 June 202, Friday
Time: 2.00 pm – 3.15 pm.
 
To register for free, visit cru.sg/covid9