Upcoming Modules

BS521 New Testament Foundation 1

This course offers an overview of the composition of the New Testament, a survey of the New Testament world, as well as a study of the Gospels, the Book of Acts and the General Epistles. It highlights the historical, social, economic and religious backgrounds behind the beginning of Christianity, and will include a study of the occasions and purposes leading to the writing of the Gospels, the Book of Acts and the General Epistles. Special emphasis will be placed on the major theological themes of each book, thus providing an important foundation for interpreting and understanding the entire New Testament.

Date: 7, 14, 21, 28 August & 11 September (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: Connect 802 @ The Axis

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign up here, non-members here.

Registration ends 30 July 2017 or when class is full.

 

CM531 Introduction To Christian Counselling

This course offers a framework of counselling, counselling theories and techniques, and examines the practical application of church-based counselling utilizing several theoretical approaches. It also discusses spirituality in counselling.

Date: 15, 22, 29 April and 6 May (Sunday)

Time: 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 2

Instructor: Ms Charmaine Chee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Registration is closed.

BS512 Old Testament Foundations 2

This course covers the second half of the Old Testament – the Poetic books and the Prophetic literatures. It includes the study of the historical, geographical and cultural backgrounds of each of these books, as well as outlines of their contents. Special emphasis will  placed on the major theological themes of each book. This course thus provides an important foundation for interpreting and understanding the Old Testament and offers a practical and contemporary understanding of God’s redemptive plan and purposes for His church and the world.

Date:  28 May, 4, 11, 18, 25 Jun and 9 Jul (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studios 1 and 2

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here. 

Registration is currently open and closes on 21 May 18 or when the class is full. 

CM551 Foundations of Prophetic Ministries

This course examines the biblical and theological foundations of prophetic ministries in both the Old Testament and New Testament eras. Historical development of prophetic ministries throughout church history will also be covered, with special emphasis on the distinct role of the prophetic ministries in the contemporary church.

Date: 16, 23, 30 April, 7, 14 and 21 May (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1 & 2 

Instructor: Assistant Pastor Michael Raditya

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Registration is closed.

TH514 Comparative Religion

This is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world, such as Hinduism, Buddhism/Taoism, Islam and Roman Catholicism. The historial development, key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices will be explored. Each religious tradition will be studied in the context of an overarching worldview, with attention given to the presuppositions of that worldview, and how the specific religion upholds those presuppositions.

Date:  16, 23, 30 Jul, 6, 13 and 20 Aug 

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1&2

Instructor: Ms Chen Jingting & Mr Eugene Chong

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration is currently open and closes on 9 Jul 18 or when the class is full.
TH502 Holy Spirit and the End Times

This course will be divided into two segments, covering the doctrine of the Holy Spirit and the doctrine of the End Times respectively. The segment on the Holy Spirit will include the contemporary issues concerning the understanding of the baptism of the Holy Spirit, the initial evidence of speaking in tongues, spiritual gifts, and other phenomenal manifestations. The segment on the End Times will include a study of the various views concerning the Rapture, the second coming of Christ, the Tribulation, the Millennium, the resurrection of the dead, the final judgment, and the eternal state.

Date: 27 Aug, 3, 10, 17, 24 Sep and 1 Oct (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1&2

Instructor: Mr David Lim Han Hui

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign up here, Non-Members sign up here. 

Registration is currently open and closes on 20 Aug 18 or when class is full. 

CM532 Counselling Microskills

This experiential module covers the practice of basic counselling skills and the process of counselling. Participants will learn the basics of listening and microskills of an effective counsellor and people helper. It also focuses on he experiential application of theories learned to the basic techniques of counselling. Learning is facilitated through role plays and videos.

Date: 2, 9, 16, 23 Sep (Sunday)

Time: 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 2

Instructor: Ms Charmaine Chee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign up here, Non-Members sign up here

Registration is currently open and closes on 26 Aug 18 or when the class is full
CM552 Gift and Ministries of Healing

This course examines the biblical and theological foundations of healing ministries in both the Old Testament and New Testament eras. Historical development of healing ministries throughout church history will also be covered, with special emphasis on the distinct role of the healing ministries in the contemporary church.

Date: 9, 16, 30 Oct, 13, 20, 27 Nov (Tuesday)

Time: 7.30 – 10.30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 2 

Instructor: Assistant Pastor Michael Raditya

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign up here, Non-Members sign up here.

Registration is currently open and closes on 1 Oct 18 or when class is full

CM534 Human Life Development

This course is an experiential exploration of theoretical approaches and skills to prominent life issues faced in churches. Some of the issues covered include prominent issues like depression; developmental issues like adolescence; interpersonal issues like lust and homosexuality; family issues like marriage; and control issues like addictions.

Date:  3, 10, 17 & 24 September (Sunday)

Time: 1pm – 5pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 2

Instructor: Ms Charmaine Chee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration ends 26 August 2017 or when class is full.

 

TH513 Apologetics

From the beginning of the Early Church, Christians have been called upon to give an account for their beliefs, and it has been the case even up to today. What is the relationship between faith and reason? How do we defend our faith appropriately in this modern time and age? This course is a study in how to demonstrate the validity and coherence of the Christian faith.

Date:  18, 25 September, 2, 9, 16 & 30 October (Monday)

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Venue: CT Hub 1, #06-05, Studio 1

Instructor: Mr Matthias Lee

Class Fee: Credit $60, Audit $30

Members sign here, non-members sign up here

Registration ends 10 September 2017 or when class is full.

 

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