In June, a group of international students attending the Asia Gateway residential training on inter-cultural mission participated in an exposure trip to Perak. Though short, the trip gave them invaluable insight into the lives of the Orang Asli community. More importantly, it helped the students to contextualize what they learned in class during their month-long training. The following is a report written by a student from Bhutan:
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KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Gateway has successfully conducted yet another annual residential training, this time hosting the largest single group of trainees who came from eight countries.
Praise God for gathering 20 of his workers and leaders at STM in Seremban from June 3 to 30, 2017 to train and equip them for cross-cultural mission.
On 22 March 2017 in Kuala Lumpur, around seventy people from various churches and para-church organisations participated in a talk entitled “The Global Church Landscape: Trends in global Christianity, religion, & mission.”
Despite the usual congestion in traffic on a weekday evening, many turned up early and the programme commenced on time.
The talk was organised by AsiaCMS in collaboration with Asia Gateway, Seminari Theoloji Malaysia, and the Malaysian Center for Global Mission.
We serve and share as the Lord leads. We thank the Lord for guiding Kumar in his preaching preparation and giving him the privilege of sharing the Christmas message entitled “Unwrap: The Gift of God” in our local church, Makati Gospel Church, on Dec 25.
The retelling of the Christmas story as told in the Gospels proves crucial at a time when festivities centre on Santa Claus, gift-giving and family gatherings. Praise God for how He reminds us through His Word of the real reason behind the season — the Saviour Christ born to take away our sins and grant us new and everlasting life! He is definitely the best gift any person can ever share and receive.
Asia Gateway has successfully launched its 2016 Residential Training, which is a key initiative of AsiaCMS to train and equip workers and leaders for cross-cultural mission.
The six-week training at Malaysia Theological Seminary in Seremban attracted 16 students from six countries – Malaysia, Nepal, Myanmar, Pakistan, Singapore and Turkey.
By Milan Magar
I tried to refrain from writing this but I was very excited and moved by the spirit to share this short testimony of my daughter’s involvement in mission work.
Recently, at our family night prayer, I was sharing with my wife that if we could help the Mushar community with an umbrella it would be a great help for them in this rainy season.
AsiaCMS executive director Dr Tan Kang San and AsiaCMS training director Lee Loun Ling will be conducting the seminar, with SFI director Dr Alex Tang as the facilitator.
AsiaCMS has been spreading its wings throughout Asia. Listen to stories of how our co-mission partners have been making disciples of the nations and sharing the love of Christ.
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.