The life of a Christian is built on the foundation of the Word of God. Our Training and Equipping (T&E) classes are designed to equip and navigate you through the different seasons of life. From our 100 series for the new believer to our 600 series for leadership training, there’s something at every stage of your walk with Christ to help you hit the high call of God! (Philippians 3:14)
T&E 2020 Semester 1
Dates for Classes: 7, 14, 21 & 28 April
Time: 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Venue: Classes will be conducted online
Registration is now closed.
Doctrine in its simplest form means teaching and is used as a standard that establishes a set of principles and manner of conduct. A believer will be defined by the doctrine that they uphold. Doctrine isn’t just for theologians—it’s important for every Christian because it shows us who God is and how we should live. This course will examine some of the doctrines of the Bible for the purpose of equipping the student to have an authoritative handling of the Word of God.
The epistle to the Ephesians is considered the most significant document for exercising the most influence on Christian thoughts and spirituality. It summarises what it means to be a Christian, better than any other book of the Bible. Find out what it means to sit in the heavenly places in God through Christ Jesus; and how to walk victoriously over the world, the flesh, and the devil in our daily life. An essential study for every soldier of Christ!
In many ways, Acts is one of the most exciting books in the New Testament because it is full of movement and glory. The Early Church was a Church full of the power and workings of the Holy Spirit. It is also God’s original pattern for the Body of Christ. There are various lessons that the present-day Church can glean from as we examine these accounts. This course aims to help students understand not only the Book of Acts in its 1st century setting, but also its overall message and relevance for contemporary discipleship today.
The revelation of God as a Father was revolutionary. Many religions worship god as a female or mother. In most, He is not addressed as father. His nature is defined across Scripture, but 2 Cor 1 calls Him “the Father of mercy and the God of all comfort”. The impact of this on our lives is tremendous. Many of us have been hurt by our fathers and that leaves an indelible mark on our lives. It causes us to operate in an orphan spirit. Thank God there is healing from that! We will learn from the life of Jesus what it means to be true sons and daughters manifesting our Father.
As we take our faith out from the walls of the church to our workplace, we must change our thinking patterns. Your work place is the place for transformation. Using both a theological framework such as ‘my work is my ministry’ and practical applications on your strengths, this course promises to be mind blowing and fun! Ps Melvyn Mak will be co-teaching with Mr Lim Kim Pong, the founder of Strengths Asia.
This course examines the relationship between Israel and the Church. Are they synonymous? What does Romans 11 teach us about the intended dynamics between Israel and the Church? How and why has the Church managed its relationship with Israel, and with what consequences?