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SACYN 2015, a reflective-planning gathering, is aimed at building on the three years of training module which was completed in 2014.
Themed ‘Spirituality and Integrity in Youth Leadership’, it is being held at the Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi, India, from Oct 16 to Oct 20.
It is focusing on a reflection on the journey of SACYN for the past 12 years, as well as plan for the future in the light of those reflections. The reflective-planning sessions will be complemented with serious interactive sessions on Christian leadership, facilitated by senior church and mission leaders.
“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” Any Christian worth his salt will be familiar with this verse from the book of Matthew.
But what does the Old Testament say about mission? Sign up for a weekend course on ‘Mission of God in the Old Testament’ to learn and share.
Spiritual Formation for Life and Ministry
Never mind the seats of honour. Just come for a course on spiritual formation, which will be held on June 27.
The term ‘spiritual formation’ describes the life-long process of being shaped by the Holy Spirit into the likeness of Christ. This course introduces us to the principles and process of spiritual formation and its necessity in both life and ministry.
The 7th Lausanne International Researchers’ Conference has been successfully staged in Kuala Lumpur with the participation of about 60 delegates from all five continents.
The five-day conference, which ended on Thursday, also saw the international delegates participating in an interfaith dialogue during a visit to a religious study centre in Petaling Jaya.
About 60 delegates from all five continents have gathered in Kuala Lumpur for the 7th Lausanne International Researchers’ Conference, which Malaysia is hosting for the first time.
During the five-day conference, the delegates comprising researchers and theologians will also visit a religious research study centre in Petaling Jaya for a dialogue on interfaith issues in Malaysia.
Feeling challenged to answer God’s call for mission? Or perhaps you just want to learn more about missions in order to be an effective leader in the local church.
Then sign up for the seminar entitled ‘Mobilising Local Church for Missions: Contemporary Challenges and Issues’, which will be conducted by Dr. Tan Kang San and Mrs Tan Loun Ling of AsiaCMS.
Registration is now open for the Lausanne International Researchers Network conference to be held in Kuala Lumpur from Sunday 24th May to Thursday 28th May.
The theme of the conference is : Global Challenge – Local Responses : Transforming research for mission and ministry.
There are a number of different delegate categories to choose from please see below;
Malaysian Delegates – Malaysian Delegates Lausanne Details
International Delegates – Lausanne Network Conference 2015
AsiaCMS as local partner are helping to co-ordinate the conference. In addition AsiaCMS will be delivering some of the break out sessions for mission leaders.
Please contact us for more information. For completed applications please scan and email to email@example.com or post to AsiaCMS 10, Jalan 11/9, 46200, Petaling Jaya, 46200.
The countdown is now on, with the delegates arriving for the 2014 conference in Dubai in the coming days. The theme this year is “South Asian Diasporas: God’s new communities in Mission”
Tan Kang-San, Stephen Edison, Vinod Victor and Lee Loun Ling will all be there representing AsiaCMS and to help organise and deliver teaching.
Weekend Training Module by AsiaGateway
Weekend training module especially designed for church pastors, mission leaders, busy professionals and those seeking to serve in full time mission. This course explores the mission perspective in the NT and life-application.
Date – September 20 & 27 (Sat) 9-1pm
Venue – City Discipleship Presbyterian Church, Subang Jaya, Malaysia
Fees – RM40 per course (inclusive of materials and refreshments)
Speaker: Rev Dr Lee Chul Woo
An OMF missionary from Seoul, Korea; Dean of Asia Gateway Training, Petaling Jaya. Former Director of Koinonia Theological Seminary, Philippines.
For more information please visit http://www.asiagatewaytraining.net or simply SMS 017 475 2739 with your full name to register.
- Date : 6 July 11.00-12.30pm Introductory session (free admission) & 12 July 9.00-5.00pm (seminar fee applies)
- Fee : RM100 registration fee, inclusive of refreshments and lunch (reduced fee for PJEFC members) – To register please contact AsiaCMS office – +603-7931 9849
- Closing Date : 6th July
- Venue : Petaling Jaya Evangelical Free Church, PJEFC (3, Jalan 13/6, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)
We live in a nation where Asia’s major religions thrive. But do we really know what the followers believe in? If we do not, how can we have meaningful and genuine encounters with them?
This course gives an introduction to Asia’s major religions (Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism) and examines the elements vital to genuine encounters with followers of different belief systems and worldviews. Videos, case studies and group discussions will be used to enhance learning and understanding of Asian Religions.
About the Speakers
Dr Kang San Tan is the Executive Director of AsiaCMS, formerly Head of Mission Studies at Redcliffe College, UK, with doctoral works in Islam and Buddhism.
Lee Loun Ling, Training Director of AsiaCMS and former lecturer and director Asian Studies at Redcliffe College, UK.
Dr Isabel Moyra Dale has considerable lecturing and research experience in Australia and has mentored missionaries in training with particular focus on cultural understanding and Islam.