[Past Event] Theology for Life

Platform Launch [Past Event] Theology for Life
September 3 2021 | 08:00 AM (GMT+8)
September 3 2021 | 09:30 AM (GMT+8)
FREE


Do you face time constraints from work, family or ministry commitments?
 
Yet, you want to make your faith WORK for you where you are, whether at your workplace or in your ministry?
 
Join us for the launch of TFL – an exciting new platform where you will find a range of inter-disciplinary learning courses.
 
These courses are bite-sized, anytime, anywhere for your convenient learning. We also offer extended certificate courses to engage you.
 
TFL looks at problem-focused concerns. It is a platform where we encourage open, safe and friendly discussions that would help and guide you in making sense of your faith at work.
 
Join us for the Launch of the Theology for Life Platform and the Conversation between Dr Lai Pak Wah and Dr Tan Soo Inn on "Friendship: East & West".

Date: 3 September 2021, 8:00pm - 9:30pm (GMT+8)

Register at tinyurl.com/theologyforlife2021
 
To check out our micro-learning courses:
 
 
The Friendship Way:


Location: Zoom Webinar , please register directly at the link provided in description.
Lecturer : Lai Pak Wah

Principal; Lecturer in Church History & Historical Theology

Pak-Wah obtained his PhD from Durham University, UK. He is the author of The Dao of Healing: Christian Perspective of Chinese Medicine and a certified Belbin coach. Pak-Wah was previously a full-time lecturer at the School of Business, Singapore Polytechnic, and engaged in investment promotion work with the Singapore Economic Development Board. He worships at Mt Carmel Bible Presbyterian Church where he serves as Elder overseeing the Hybrid Church Initiative. Pak Wah enjoys engaging in Tai Ji and Wing Chun martial arts as a form of spiritual formation practice.
Lecturer : Tan Soo-Inn

Rev Dr Tan Soo-Inn is the director of Graceworks, a ministry committed to promoting spiritual friendship in church and society. He has a BDS from the University of Singapore, a ThM (NT) from Regent College, and a DMin from Fuller seminary. He has served as the lead pastor of two churches and as the executive leader of a major para-church ministry. His passions include connecting the Word of God to the struggles of daily life, and the mentoring of emerging leaders. He wants to do fresh thinking on the meaning of discipleship and what it means for the 21st century.

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