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August 8 and 15, 2020
Zoom course (Module 1)
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In response to the Great Commission, churches need to develop themselves into disability-inclusive Christian communities to reflect the Gospel’s radical welcome to all nations.
To support this, Koinonia Inclusion Network (KIN) has collaborated with Scripture Union Singapore to co-organise the Certificate of Christian Disability Ministry (CCDM) programme.
The CCDM aims to train a generation of disability leaders for churches in Singapore and the region.
The CCDM programme is divided into three modules (two days of training each):
1. Knowing People with Disabilities
This module provides an introduction to people with disabilities, disability theology and the disability sector.
2. Sowing the Seeds of Faith
This module teaches Christian education teachers how to create an inclusive learning environment and curriculum for children with special needs.
3. Growing as One Body
This module aims to provide leaders of disability ministries with the necessary theological insight and know-how to effectively lead their ministry.
Participants who complete all three modules will receive the Certificate in Christian Disability Ministry.
Participants can also opt to take the CCDM programme for seminary credit (involves completing additional readings and assignments) with KIN seminary partner, the Biblical Graduate School of Theology (BGST).
Dates: August 8 and 15, 2020 (Module 1)
October 31 and November 7, 2020 (Module 2)
January 23 and 30, 20201 (Module 3)
Time: 9am – 5pm
Cost: $175 (General public)
$225 (With credits for BGST students)
Register at: Click here for online form (Module 1)
About the Organiser:
The Koinonia Inclusion Network was founded in 2019 as a non-profit society to build communities of believers through including people with disabilities. They enable Christian communities by providing training in disability ministry, research to produce resources for the disability ministry, and support for missions to and by people with disabilities.
Their acronym, KIN, emphasises how all Christians belong together united in Christ as one family under God.