Anchored on the
five fundamentals of
Singapore Bible College:
Centre for Servant Leaders
Semester 1: January to June
Semester 2: July to December
Each module lasts 16 hours, spreading over either
a) Eight weeks (2 hours weekly, from 7.30-9.30pm) or
b) Intensive basis (e.g. 4 Saturdays, 4 hours weekly, from 9.00am-1.00pm)
Note: Module commencement is subjected to a minimum class size of 10
To graduate with the Certificate of Church Ministry (CCM), students need to
Applicants may also register for any module without having to enrol in the CCM programme.
Note: 1) This programme is open to Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and those with valid residency pass in Singapore. 2) For courses taught online, students taking modules only need not be residing in Singapore.
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The Book of Job is said to be the sleeping giant of the Old Testament, one of the best known but least understood. Pastors find it difficult to preach. Teachers find it unmanageable. Theologians find it untenable. Yet it contains a doctrine so vital that God is even prepared to violate his own sense of justice just to prove its importance. Join us to discover the heart of the message of Job.
Rev. Dr. Daniel Chua is currently Pastor-at-large of Mt Carmel B-P Church where he has served for the last 33 years. He also trains pastors and key leaders in mission countries and serves as Adjunct Faculty for local seminaries. He is the author of Feeding on Ashes, which offers a Christian response to Chinese ancestral worship.
Registration Deadline: 26 Jun 2020
Leading a worship team in church – overseeing, facilitating and coordinating between the worship leaders, tech crew and musicians is not easy at all! Come discuss commonly faced difficulties and brainstorm solutions together!
Mr. Matthew Siew started serving on the church worship team from the age of 11. He has been a professional musician for 18 years, teaching privately and in schools; arranging/producing music in his home studio; performing for weddings and concerts
Registration Deadline: 01 Jul 2021
This course provides a general overview of the message of each Old Testament book, how they relate to one another to form the whole, touching on author, date, occasion, uniqueness, biblical theology, and major events in the history of Israel. The course utilises the 3-section framework of Luke 24:44 when Jesus referred to the Old Testament: (1) The Law of Moses and (2) the Prophets and (3) the Psalms.
Rev. Samuel Poon attended Glory Presbyterian Church and Sembawang Baptist Church; Served as Deacon & Sessions Clerk at Glory Church. Graduated from SBC with a MDiv (2008-2011) and ThM (2010-2014). Pastor at S-Word Evangelical Free Church since June 2011. Married in 1994 and have 2 daughters, ages 22 & 24.
Registration Deadline: 14 Jul 2021
Most of the resources on discipleship, spiritual formation and spiritual discipline that are available to us here in Asia are from the West. As a result of that, some key themes that pertain to our Asian cultural and religious worldviews are not addressed.? This course will look at how we can approach spiritual formation and discipleship in a way that is relevant and effective to our context.
Mrs I’Ching Thomas’ past careers include a missionary in the MiddleEast, an itinerant apologist with an international apologetics ministry, and now Director of Global Leadership Development with Operation Mobilisation. In addition, she also speaks and writes in the area of cultural apologetics. Some of her writings include Jesus: The Path to Human Flourishing (Graceworks, 2018), as well as contribution to the best-selling book, Beyond Opinion (Thomas Nelson, 2007), and the upcoming The Harvest Handbook of World Religions (Harvest, 2020).
Registration Deadline: 19 Jul 2021
This course will help participants identify key milestones and challenges that married couples will navigate through the different stages of family life. It will also cover what the local church can do to address these challenges both from a biblical perspective as well as a practical response towards supporting marriages in conflict. Participants will be acquainted with resources and skills that they can use for their church’s marriage ministry.
Mrs Chao-Koh Ai Jin is Senior Counsellor with Barker Road Methodist Church. She has worked with many couples for pre-marital and marriage counselling for 13 years now. A registered clinical counsellor and supervisor with the Singapore Association for Counselling, she has a Masters of Social Science in Counselling from Edith Cowan University. Ai Jin is also a PREPARE/ENRICH Authorized Seminar Director and Instructor.
Registration Deadline: 2 Oct 2021
This course will look at some key events related to the End such as the return of Christ, the millennium, resurrection and judgement, the future of the person and the New Creation. We will focus on the essentials in eschatology and seek to answer some of the questions Christians frequently ask.
Dr. Simon Chan was former Earnest Lau Professor of Systematic Theology at Trinity Theological College until his retirement in 2018. He is currently the editor of Asia Journal of Theology. Some of his recent writings include essays in the Oxford Handbook of Ecclesiology (2018) and The Routledge Handbook of Pentecostal Theology (2020).
Registration Deadline: 5 Oct 2021
Registration is closed.