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Upcoming Events

Evening Courses

The Five Looks

  A Model for Interpreting the Bible for Yourself and Others

Lecturer/Trainer: Rev Dr Andrew Reid
Thursdays; 10, 17 and 24 October 2019
Time: 7:30pm to 9:30pm (registration at 6:30pm)
YMCA, 1 Orchard Road, S(238824)
Register: tinyurl.com/etca-ec10
Cost: Early bird $90 (until 19 September 2019), Standard $120 (until 3 October 2019)

This course supplies and demonstrates a model for interpreting the Bible that was developed by Andrew and has been used around the world to train lay people and preachers and teachers of God’s word to interpret Scripture for themselves and for preaching and teaching God’s people. It is easy to understand and use and is soon to be published by Langham Partnership.

The Book of Revelation 

  Blueprint for the Future? Understanding the Book of Revelation (Part 2)

 Lecturer/Trainer: Rev Dr Rohintan Mody
Thursdays; 6, 13 and 20 Feburary 2020
Time: 7 to 9pm (registration at 6:30pm)
Yet to be announced.
Register: tinyurl.com/etca-ec11
Cost: Early bird $90 (until 16 January 2020), Standard $120 (until 30 January 2019)

 The Book of Revelation is one of the most amazing books ever written. It raises many questions about the future of the world, the identity of the antichrist, the millennium, the coming of Christ, and heaven and hell. This course is in two parts and will enable us to interpret and apply Revelation correctly.







Hearing God’s Voice Today


 The Doctrine of Revelation


Lecturer/Trainer: Rev Dr Marty Foord
Thursdays; 2, 9 and 16 April 2020
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm (registration at 6:30pm)
Yet to be announced
Register: tinyurl.com/etca-ec12
Cost: Early bird $90 (until 12 March 2020), Standard $120 (until 26 March 2020)

 How does God speak to us? A still small voice? A hunch? How we think about guidance is absolutely crucial in the Christian life. This course will unpack from Scripture how God speaks to humans today, and how God guides us through life.


‘Preparing Christian leaders for ministry of the word in the Asian Century’