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TERM 1 - APRIL / MAY / JUNE

Course Facilitator Date & Time Synopsis  
Moving in the
Prophetic (Part II)
Ps. Dian Botha 27 April & 4 May, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Prophecy and Christian Living – Cover the basics of the prophetic gift in the life of the believer. Activating the Gifts – Practical training on “how it works”. Exercising your spiritual senses – Exploring the realm of our spiritual senses.
         
Chinese Culture Vs.
English Speaking World
Mr. Alvin Teh 1 May, Wednesday
2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
This course will help you understand the Chinese culture better, and at the same time, equip you in using this common ground in the area of evangelism to the Chinese speaking non-believers.
         
S.H.A.P.E. Mr. Earl Tan &
Mr. Jonathan Ong
4 & 11 May, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

God did not design ministry for just a few with seminary degrees.
At CMC, we believe that every member of our church is a minister.

During this course you will learn how God can use your Spiritual Gifts, your Heart (passions), your Abilities, your Personality and your Experiences to minister to the needs of others. When you chose to follow Christ, you were given special abilities, known as Spiritual Gifts.
God gave you these gifts for you to use to build up His Church.
God also gave you passion for particular activities and subject.
Having the heart for specific things, people or circumstances is to be used to guide us into a ministry that we really care about.

In these sessions, you will be shown how to assess your abilities,
gifts and passions to see where in ministry you may be fitted to serve.

         
Rediscovering Our
Methodist Roots
Ps. Benjamin Lau 11 May, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Have you ever wondered why we are a people called “Methodist”? This course seeks to help us understand and appreciate our Methodist roots. We will learn about our History, our Distinctives and our Organisation through the life of John Wesley. We will also discover how this Methodist heritage shapes how we can live out
our Christian faith in Singapore today.
         
The Victorious Christian Mr. Rupert Lim 18 & 25 May, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Every believer faces varying degrees of trials and temptations in the walk of faith that often leave us defeated but the Lord’s intention is for each of us to live a victorious Christian life. If we live the life in the Spirit, we shall live a life that will glorify and bear witness of Christ.

In this course, we will be looking at what this means, touching on the different terms mentioned in the bible that pertains to living the life in the Spirit (ie. walking in the Spirit, being led by the Spirit, and moving in the power of the Spirit). Understanding this will help you come into the victorious life that our Lord wants for you!

         
Missions:
Understanding
Your Calling
Mr. Beat Kipfer
(Director of
YWAM Myanmar)
8 June, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
This course will help you understand what it means to be a missionary and how to determine the calling of the Lord upon your life to the mission field (short term, long term or full time missionaries).
         
God's Plan
For Relationships
Mr. Chan Mun Wai 8 & 15 June, Saturday
1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Our relationships bring us such great pleasure and also much pain. Why is this so? God created us to relate to one another and yet we have broken relationships.

In our reflection of Genesis Chapters 1 to 4, we will learn what relationships are like and how to grow relationships God’s way. We will find answers to the following key questions. What is the source of all relationships? How does being a man or a woman in
Christ help me as a single, married or divorced person? How do we handle the three most important relationships in our lives? Why do relationships break up? How to restore broken relationships?

         
Practical Guide to
Effective Counselling
(Module II)
Mr. Amos Yap 22 & 29 June, Saturday
1.00 pm - 4.00 pm

This is a lay counselling course focusing on the problem solving aspect of the counselling process. It is designed to increase counsellors’ understanding of different methods and strategies to develop an eclectic framework in order to implement interventions in a variety of issues.

Effective counselling is a combination of a repertoire of basic skills (Module I), and the ability to use those skills to eventually implement appropriate interventions and strategies that help to promote change.

Students will be given opportunity to discuss cases and learn intervention skills in a practical conversational setting.