Event: THE NEW TESTAMENT IS NOT CHIM
Speaker: Stephen Chan
Date: 17 Jan
Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
VENUE: ALBY Events
111 North Bridge Road, Peninsula Plaza #05-09 (City Hall MRT)
(Parking available at Capitol Piazza. $3 per entry after 6pm on weekdays)
Fee: $10 (includes $5 voucher)
Matthew 6:25 is not about worrying.
Matthew 11:28 is not about the stress of daily living.
Colossians 3:15 is not about calmness or serenity.
Many people believe that since the New Testament is shorter and easier to read, it must be easier to understand, and thus more applicable to us today.
While the challenge of studying the Old Testament is understanding the text, the challenge of studying the New Testament is to avoid misunderstanding the text and therefore misapplying the lessons.
Come for this talk learn how to study the New Testament correctly and apply it appropriately.
- Find out what are the three most common mistakes made when studying the New Testament
- Learn how to use simple and freely available resources to avoid these mistakes
- See how the 27 books of the New Testament tell a single epic tale of the ministry of Jesus Christ from birth to the fulfilment of his Great Commandment from Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth
Conducted in an informal and easy to follow setting, this talk will help you study the New Testament more productively and more accurately.
About Stephen Chan
The trainer, Stephen Chan has been teaching the Word for more than 10 years in various settings including Children's Ministry and Vacation Bible Camps.
A technologist by profession who has worked for multinational banks and the government, he now spends his time teaching children, youths and adults on how to have personal bible studies and how to lead family devotions.
He has written two children's devotion books Christmas: The Rescue Mission and Exams, Bullies and other scary words.Stephen's passion is for Christians to hear God for themselves through self-study of the Word.